Interview with WMAP on February 11th, 2019

Hello friends, This interview below was fairly emotional for me so please, if you are someone that places judgment…don’t listen.  I only communicate from the heart and with vulnerability… Thank you and many blessings, Marcy  MarcyStone30min7.mp3

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Clarity around Anger and Grief…

Anger has been my “go to” emotion over these last two years since losing Syd, but especially the 2nd year. In my book, “The Voice of an Angel”, I write about “leaning into love” and while I do always get back to love, anger was definately present. I experienced anger during the 1st year of life without Syd, but I was still incredibly numb and that seemed to dull the senses making the anger seem less profound. The 2nd year thou, the numbness...

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Is it “Happy Holidays” or “Merry Christmas” ..

…for people that are grieving the loss of a loved one?  Speaking from experience, which in my opinion makes me an expert*, I can say that while I am incredibly happy for the people that are able to truly enjoy the festivities that Hanukah, Kwanza, Christmas and the New Year bring, it currently no longer promotes that feeling within me.   And now having had this experience, my naïve’ wish going forward, would be that no more people experience...

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An INCREDIBLE outcome from an interview with KC Armstrong of…

WMAP Radio.   I had the honor of being interviewed by KC Armstrong, owner of WMAP Radio which stands for “Worlds Most Amazing People”.  KC is a 25 year veteran of radio and was a cast member of the Howard Stern show.   As you can imagine I was a little nervous!  But he was very down to earth and it didn’t take me long to relax and enjoy our conversation.   You see… KC, like many of us, had the...

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Newspaper Article dated October 21, 2018

Below is the link to an article about “The Voice of an Angel” in Perkasie Herald and Reporter Online dated October 21, 2018 Harleysville woman writes how ‘Voice of an Angel’ helped in responding to death of child | News | th   Harleysville woman writes how ‘Voice of an Angel’ helped in responding to death of child LOWER SALFORD — Now what? That’s the question after you get through the initial days of shock from a...

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An excerpt from the book…

…”Even with the guidance of my Angel, it took me time to get a handle on allowing myself to feel the actual emotion the anger was protecting me from and it was usually the deep feeling I was dodging.   The voice of my Angel says to me, “Momma, feel the pain, lean into it.   Find the love, that is what will get you through”…this was a mantra for quite a long time and I find it visits me often, still.  So staying present in the pain...

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