By Cindy Clarke
Dated: Mar 30, 2011
Connecticut therapist and talk show host Trevor Mahony Crow, LMFT and Roland Comtois will tackle the
issue of grief and loss during a special two-hour live broadcast on WSTC and WNLK 1350 and 1400 AM,
on Tuesday, April 5, from 7 to 9 PM.
WESTPORT, CT – (March, 2011) Headlining news on CNN and in USA Today on March 29, 2011
reported on the findings of a study about heartbreak and physical pain, stating that there is a very real
connection between the two. While the articles focused more on broken relationships and jilted lovers, they
confirmed that grief of any kind hurts and that the emotional and physical pain that comes with losing a
loved one can be crushing. Westport therapist and talk show host Trevor Mahony Crow, LMFT and her
featured guest, Roland Comtois, a spiritual healer, will tackle the issue of grief and personal loss during a
special two-hour live broadcast of “Keeping Connected with Trevor Crow,” airing on WSTC and WNLK
1350 and 1400 AM, on Tuesday, April 5, from 7 to 9 PM. Listeners will be able to text or call in at
203.400.4339 or e-mail questions at [email protected] during the live broadcast.
As a therapist who practices Emotionally Focused Therapy that is based on attachment, Trevor Crow
knows how challenging the healing process can be for people who have suffered a loss. “Unfortunately, in
today’s society, we are often too afraid to let our feelings and vulnerabilities show even though we yearn
for the intimacy and security that a close relationship brings. This place of fear prevents us from connecting with each other and experiencing the secure bonds that personal, loving attachments bring,” explains Crow, whose work helps her clients find balance and form healthy relationships in their lives.
“In his work as a nationally acclaimed healer and inspirational speaker, Roland Comtois, author of And
Then There Was Heaven: A Journey of Hope and Love, brings a spiritual perspective to this topic, helping
people cope with the grieving process through divinely inspired messages and ultimately rediscover joy in
their lives again. His appearance on my show is especially timely given the great tragedies that are taking
place in Japan and other countries around the world. I am delighted to have him as a featured guest on my
show and look forward to hearing his expert insights on grief and the possibilities of everlasting love.”
“In my work I have come to know grief and sorrow through the eyes of the thousands of people who I
have met and through the personal losses I have experienced,” says Roland Comtois, who has made it his
life’s mission to comfort others with personal messages from the spiritual realm. “What I do is help people
move forward with life. What I bring are messages of hope and love that begin in the heart and immortalize
the soul. The messages are soul markings, reminding us of a life lived and love experienced.”
Roland explains, “People want me to teach them how to find this spiritual connection within themselves.
Most importantly, they want to know that love and life, death and dying don’t separate us from each other
and that their memories and that the love they shared will always hold us together.”
Grief is a process, says Roland, who offers tips to help them get through the pain.
“Stand as tall as you can even when your body resists,” he advises. “Remember that loss is a physical
experience, as it is emotional. Your body will ache. Your spirit will ache. Be kind to yourself. Rest as much
as you can. Remember your inner strength. It’s there and always has been there.”
“Most importantly,” he says, “do what you can to remember the joy, remember the memories and always
remember the love. The memories of our relationships with the people we love are what sustains us through
good times and bad. Above all else, the love remains.” He adds that remembering brings healing, acknowledging our love for those who have passed brings comfort and believing brings hope. Roland Comtois will share his expert insights on loss, life and the healing power of love during this special two-hour broadcast of “Connecting with Trevor Crow” on WSTC and WNLK 1350 and 1400 AM. Listeners will have the unique opportunity to ask questions and receive messages from Roland during the live broadcast.
For more information about the show, contact Trevor Crow at (203)-243-7060.
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