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Stories from everyday humans who have encountered grief in one of its many forms and have found themselves on a different trail than they ever intended. Join us as we hear about the ways grief has changed people in all of its ugliness and unexpected beauty.
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Do you wish you had a caring guide to accompany you in the darkness of grief? You are not alone. Receive comforting, practical wisdom each week as grief coach and author Shelby Forsythia answers anonymous letters from people facing death, divorce, diagnosis, and other major life transitions. It’s possible to live a good life after devastating loss. This is your way forward.
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Grief Out Loud

The Dougy Center

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Remember the last time you tried to talk about grief and suddenly everyone left the room? Grief Out Loud is opening up this often avoided conversation because grief is hard enough without having to go through it alone. We bring you a mix of personal stories, tips for supporting children, teens, and yourself, and interviews with bereavement professionals. Platitude and cliché-free, we promise! Grief Out Loud is hosted by Jana DeCristofaro and produced by The Dougy Center for Grieving Children ...
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A conversation about life, loss, grief, and grief dreams with one of the leading academic researchers on the topic, Dr. Joshua Black. Visit www.griefdreams.ca for more information on grief dreams.
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As an Author, Life Transformation Coach, Online Instructor and bereaved mom since 2005, through guest interviews and coaching, I share great content that is informative, inspiring and practical to help anyone who has suffered a loss, or other adversity manage grief and heal. Topics focus on loss, grief advocacy, grief support, healing, personal growth and holistic wellbeing.
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Guiding Grief

Nicholas J Welzenbach

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This podcast is a series of conversations around Something we all will feel and yet no one really talks about and we are never prepared for. Grief My goal is to provide a resource people can access to help them understand they are not alone as they experience grief. Stay tuned for Future episodes, we'll host: o Faith leaders with decades of experience helping people deal with grief o Hospice workers and Nurses sharing their experiences And other Guru's talking about the effect physically and ...
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Grief Observed Podcast

Brad Morrell, LPC-MHSP, CGP

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Grief Observed Podcast is a series where real people in different stages of life share their personal experiences with grief. The host, Brad Morrell, is a Licensed Professional Counselor who specializes in grief counseling. He guides heartfelt conversations, offering listeners a window into the diverse ways individuals process and navigate the complexities of loss. Through these stories, the podcast aims to provide comfort, solace, and a sense of shared understanding for those grappling with ...
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What's Your Grief

Eleanor Haley, MS and Litsa Williams, MA, LCSW-C

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In this podcast Eleanor Haley, MS and Litsa Williams, MA, LCSW-C, the mental health professionals behind the website and book 'What's Your Grief', leave no stone unturned in demystifying the complicated and messy world of living life after loss. One digestible topic at a time, Haley and Williams distill topics ranging from grief theory to coping. Grievers and grief professionals alike will find their approach practical, relatable, informative and engaging. Grief is sad and confusing, but you ...
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Grief is the New Normal

Dr. Heather Taylor, PsyD, Psychologist

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A podcast to help normalize, validate, educate and discuss grief and mourning practices and experiences through psychoeducation, interviews and working toward changing the narrative of loss.
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It’s a fact: death is inevitable, and so is grief. It can stop us in our tracks, regardless of the amount of time that's passed. Good Grief is a six-part, sixty-minute binge of true, short stories that immerse us in the grieving process, find healthy (and avoid unhealthy) ways to cope, and even share a few laughs. Comfort, community, and catharsis guide this audio portrait of love and loss.
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Explore the profound journey of grief—a path marked by its messy, challenging, and draining aspects, but also by its beautiful lessons. In this podcast, we invite you to delve into the transformative power of grief, discovering how amidst its trials, it becomes a poignant reminder of our capacity to love. Embrace this opportunity to navigate your emotions, to pause, breathe deeply, and immerse yourself in the important wisdom that grief bestows upon us.
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From my story to your story, let’s talk about grief. I will share my grief journey and interview others about their path of sorrow and healing. I hope that you, the listener, will hear something that helps as you navigate your own grief and that God is glorified along the way. This is a discussion and not meant to give professional help.
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Diane Morgan is a Life- Grief- and Motivation Coach. She created this podcast to bring grief awareness out into the open. It is part of an overall project to help people connect and share their experiences with grief and loss. Grief is caused by more than death. On this podcast, Diane has talked about grief caused by everything from divorce to losing a pet. Would you like to share your story? Click on the Send Voice Message button to share your story with Diane. Let her know whether you'd be ...
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Grief in Brief is a podcast hosted by Ken Barringer, LMHC a mental health counselor with a specialty in grief and loss. He is the director of H.E.A.L.I.N.G. (Helping Everyone Accept Loss Instead of Neglecting Grief). In each episode you will hear a conversation about the management of grief and loss. Most episodes are between 15 – 20 minutes in length. There is also great irony in the title as Grief is NOT Brief. In fact, it’s a marathon in a world that loves sprints!
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Trauma therapist, writer and podcast host Meghan, found herself on the receiving end of the same treatments she used with her own clients after the death of both her parents within two years of each other. Meghan hosts a weekly discussion with guests who carry personal loss, professional expertise, and a belief that talking about grief and loss helps provide needed support in a world that finds the topic all kinds of awkward.
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Welcome to "griefsense," a bi-weekly podcast for creatives who are grievers. I'm your host, Mimi Gonzalez, guiding you through discussions about life, death, and 'grief sense,' a unique perspective born from my personal loss and confrontation with mortality. We'll invite guests to share their stories of loss and healing and how they've tapped into this thought exploration of their #griefsense. Together, we'll explore the intersection of grief, creativity, and mortality, striving to normalize ...
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The Beautiful Side of Grief your go-to weekly podcast if you are wanting to hear interviews from people who have moved through heart-wrenching loss or those who are at the coal-face supporting this process. It diverse, heart-warming though most of all it is positive and filled with go-to's that you can use yourself. For user-friendly FREE resources visit https://thebeautifulsideofgrief.com/free-resources
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What's Your Grief Podcast

Eleanor Haley & Litsa Williams

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In this podcast Eleanor Haley, MS and Litsa Williams, MA, LCSW-C, the mental health professionals behind the website and book 'What's Your Grief', leave no stone unturned in demystifying the complicated and messy world of living life after loss. One digestible topic at a time, Haley and Williams distill topics ranging from grief theory to coping. Grievers and grief professionals alike will find their approach practical, relatable, informative and engaging. Grief is sad and confusing, but you ...
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Beneath tne Grief Ministries Network

Beneath tne Grief Ministries Network

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Let's Talk About Issues pertaining to #grief"that hits us everyday, #Coaching #Narcissism #spiriituality #IntercesoryPrayerWeekend #Coaching: Coaching has responsibilities. Discussion about coaching issues #The Narcissist: Do you know one? What do you know? Jesus Christ is Lord🎶 He rules, reigns, and is King and is coming again. Dr. Jones brings the weekend message on either the 1st, 3rd, or 5th weekends. . Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/drlarendajones/support
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The Pillars of Grief podcast is an essential resource for anyone who is struggling with grief. Jock Brocas is a renowned medium, grief researcher, and spiritual mentor. Through his interviews and personal teachings, Jock provides a safe and supportive space where listeners can learn to navigate their journey through grief. Jock is not fearful of challenging societal ignorance when trying to understand grief. He offers those grieving, deeper understanding and guidance from his own experience ...
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Guys and Grief is geared toward fathers that have experienced pregnancy or infant loss. The Podcast is meant to provide a platform to talk about the under-resourced, and often undiscussed, perspective of men that have experienced child loss. Created by 3 close friends - Brad who experienced multiple pregnancy losses, Brandon who lost a child to stillbirth, and Brian who lost a child to SIDS - the guys share stories and challenges, as well as laughs and a few tears, as they navigate helping m ...
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I’m Dr. Ray Calabrese and I host the Journey From Grief to Healing Podcast. The Podcast is available on all major podcasting venues. If you’re grieving, experienced grieving, or know someone who is grieving, this podcast will help. I share my grieving journey as I walked through the darkness and into the sunlight. I hope it will help you find your way through.
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I am a bereaved father, a bereaved son, a bereaved brother & a bereaved friend. Listening to other people's stories of how they cope with their death losses has almost always given me useful tools to use in my journey. The purpose of Heroes in Grief is the same. It is my sincere hope that hearing the remarkable things that grieving people have done to honor their loved ones, or maybe just to cope will encourage you as well. Thank you for taking the time to read this.
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You can't go through life without experiencing loss and trauma the question is how do we deal and live with the grief and pain? Join Nathalie Himmelrich, grief expert and author, talking to people who have experienced grief and trauma first-hand. If you want to be inspired by others who traveled through their grief and trauma, found that healing is possible, and came out the other end knowing they can survive and thrive in life after loss. For more info: www.nathaliehimmelrich.com
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I’m a Mother who had to deal with the loss of a child on Nov 29,2006. Her name is Shatoria P. Peterson she was 11 yrs old, a fraternal twin. God helped me through this healing process and I would love to help other’s reach the place where God has brought me.
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Grief Street

Jordy Glassner & Erica Rozmid

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Welcome to Grief Street! What happens when two lifelong friends and therapists experience grief in the forms of late-term baby loss and terminal brain cancer? A podcast exploring all things grief, loss and the human experience! Your hosts, Jordy Glassner, LMFT, and Erica Rozmid, PhD ask each other the messy, scary questions and invite guests and experts to join them in the vulnerability by sharing their own stories of how grief has touched their lives. In each episode, Jordy and Erica naviga ...
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Claire Sandys is on a mission to see if it's possible to find hope in 101 different types of loss and grief (occasionally joined by husband Chris). New ad-free episodes every other Tuesday. With childless (not by choice) hosts, this podcast is packed with deep, honest experiences of grief and hope from inspiring guests. You also get: tips on how to navigate and prepare for loss, blogs, experts, exploring how loss is handled on TV, and plenty of Hermans. For more visit: www.thesilentwhy.com.
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Overcoming Grief serves to break down the stigma surrounding grief and mental health and helps women cope with loss and regain control of their emotional worlds. Join Master Grief and Life Coach Sandy Linda as she shares tips, secrets, advice, and practical knowledge about the grieving process to help you stop feeling anger and sadness, and process your grief in a healthy and nurturing way. For more information on how Sandy can help you develop a healthy relationship with yourself and your e ...
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Welcome to ”Finding Light In Grief,” a podcast dedicated to exploring the profound journey of life, death, and loss. Hosted by grief coaches, Melanie Schneider and Andy Willers, we delve into the many facets of grief, offering heartfelt conversations, personal stories, and practical advice to help you navigate your own path. Whether you’re coping with a recent loss, seeking to understand your own mortality, or looking for ways to support a loved one, our channel provides a compassionate spac ...
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Bienvenidas/os a Transformando el duelo, un espacio donde hablaremos abiertamente y del corazón sobre lo que vivimos al enfrentarnos a una pérdida. Soy Ligia Houben y te hablaré no solo a nivel profesional sino también, personal, compartiéndote mis vulnerabilidades y mis fortalezas. Mi propósito es acompañarte en tu duelo, validarlo, y ayudarte a sanar de adentro hacia afuera. Hablaremos sobre cómo vivir con sentido y propósito a pesar de haber experimentado una gran pérdida, y cómo usar her ...
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Welcome to the Life With Grief Podcast! Host Tara Accardo, a Grief & Transformational Life Coach, created this podcast and community to normalize the complexities of grief, navigate life after loss and all this entails, and so much more. Each week, consider this your safe space where we work together and dig deep to live a full life with our grief in tow. Tap into the world of healing with Tara and guests and discover guidance, support, tangible coping tools, inspiration, and some laughs alo ...
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Grief Listening Within

Rosalie Norman, Grief Professional; Spiritual Director

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"Grief Listening Within" is a podcast for those who are grieving and seeking understanding and healing throughout their Grief journey. Listeners are encouraged to covenant with themselves and with other listeners for self care with the following ways: 1) Be Gentle with Yourself ; 2) Honor Your own unique Grief journey; 3)Listen Within for the spiritual guidance and consolation along your own unique grief journey. This podcast affirms and supports that we each have a right to grieve. Grief is ...
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Welcome to ”The Good Grief Good God Show,” hosted by Brad Warren, a Grammy nominee and Emmy award-winning hit songwriter known for 15 top #10 songs, including 9 #1s. Brad, drawing from his own heartbreaking experience of losing his eldest son, Sage, to an accidental fentanyl overdose in May 2020, brings a powerful perspective shaped by experiencing every parent’s worst nightmare and 18 years of sobriety, creating a fabric of authenticity and vulnerability. The show, available in audio and vi ...
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Nothing Was The Same Grief Podcast

Jocelyn Lee and Kimberly Mairin

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Grief is the club that no one wants to join. Forced entry only. We hope to have healing conversations about what it is like to live with the reality that although grief changes over time, it never goes away. Join hosts Jocelyn Lee and Kimberly Mairin as they discuss all aspects of the grief journey. Virtually two strangers who met in a workout class and discovered they both had a desire to normalize conversations around grief that no one is having and everyone is feeling. Nothing Was The Sam ...
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Journal Gently (formerly Let’s Encourage One Another) is a podcast designed to help introverted women find healing after experiencing grief, hurt, and trauma. This is a sacred space for us to meet together and draw close to God on the pages of our journals, especially when life is hard. It's all about taking small, gentle steps and inviting God to do His healing work in us. Let's journal gently. ------ Kari Bartkus is a spiritual director who walks with hurting Christian women, helping them ...
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Are you frustrated with practically no one understanding your grief? Do you wish there were other mothers who were there at the push of a button? Are you hoping there's a way to connect no matter what you're doing throughout your busy day? Hello I'm Angela R. Presley an #Angel Mom and Founder of Alonna's Song... And even though I hate being a member of this unwanted club I am here for you! Inside this podcast you will find my personal stories, interviews with other Angel Moms and Experts to ...
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Welcome to the Grief and Rebirth Podcast. Author and Trauma Survivor Irene Weinberg is here to encourage you wherever you are on your healing journey. In each episode, she chats with incredible grief and trauma specialists, healers, mediums, and celebs as well as remarkable people who have inspiring healing stories to share. If you’re looking for a podcast that’s both uplifting and inspiring, you’ve found it. Let us help you find your joy in life!
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Grief 2 Great Day - Christian Grief Support for Women, Questioning God in Grief, Life after Loss, Hope in Grief

Stefanie Cabaniss - Christian Grief Coach, Purpose After Loss Coach, Health Professional

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Grief Support for Christian Women to Breathe, Laugh and Live again. Loss, Grief and Healing * Coping with Grief * Beginning of Grief * Life after Loss * Stages of Grief * Purpose After Loss * Faith * Surviving Loss * Grief Resources * Holidays and Grief I help Christian women navigate grief through understanding grief, growing faith and processing daily life to find hope. • Do you feel lost, confused, or overwhelmed by grief? • Is the pain so great, you lose your breath and feel it will neve ...
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Life After Child Loss is a personal and deep podcast with focus on, not only my journey, but the journey of other parents all over the world who have lost children of various causes and reasons. It's the grief many don't understand and other's aren't willing to talk about. An in depth, uncensored talk about parent's trying to live a life after they lose their child. Walk with me as I take you on my journey of twists, turns, highs and lows of fighting from merely existing to living, but also ...
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Where’s the Grief is a weekly podcast about loss and grief in everyday life that somehow manages to be consistently funny, surprisingly insightful and easily absorbed. It’s a show that isn’t afraid to face some of the most difficult questions of what it ultimately means to be human, while finding the ever-present comedy in our day-to-day truths, and some of the things we all fear. In each episode, host Jordon Ferber interviews comedians, actors, writers, and others who have experienced tragi ...
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My guest is Rachel Powell. She is the founder of Hope Speaker. She is an RN, a writer, speaker, and singer. She is a suicide loss survivor as well as a suicide attempt survivor. Website: https://www.hopespeaker.com/ If you would like to join me on an episode, find me at www.facebook.com/griefobservedpodcast or send me an email to griefobservedpodca…
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Novelette is 38 year old woman, living with a life limiting illness, called Epidermolysis Bullosa. I have the Recessive Dystrophic form of Epidermolysis Bullosa, RDEB. I live in Canada. I have a specialist in philosophy from the University of Toronto. Since 2018, I have been a trained hospice and peer bereavement Volunteer. I co-facilitate a lot of…
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How to Deal with Grief and Trauma - 2nd Anniversary Special Celebrating Two Years of Healing Conversations Key Takeaways: 1. Milestones: Celebrating 80 episodes over the past two years. 2. Noteworthy Guests: Highlighting episodes with Turiya Hanover, Chris Young, Fish James Gill, Julia Samuel, Dr Mary-Frances O'Connor, and David Kessler. 3. Communi…
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We continue to celebrate the release of Irene Weinberg’s Good to the Last Drop! Embracing Your Life’s Third Chapter. In this second part of the series, we journey through life’s third chapter, exploring profound reinventions and new purposes with more of our contributors. Meet Julie Ryan, a former businesswoman who embraced her psychic abilities, a…
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Today we’re talking about a really important type of grief that I see often in the clients I coach and countless people on social media. I’ve experienced it myself big time and, simply put, I thought it warranted a conversation! We’re digging into cumulative grief. In this episode, we're going to chat about what this type of grief is and why it’s e…
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In this special Father's Day episode of "Journey from Grief to Healing," I reflect on the importance of connections in the grieving process. My five daughters reached out with loving messages, and neighbors and parishioners also shared their kind wishes. These interactions highlight a key strategy for coping with grief: maintaining connections. Whi…
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In the new episode of my podcast “Transforming Grief” we will explore the profound value of rituals in the grieving process. Rituals not only keep the connection with our loved ones alive, but they also help us heal from within. We'll talk about how rituals offer structure and comfort in times of loss. From simple daily practices like lighting a ca…
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SHOW NOTES Well, Hey Framily! Welcome to Coffee & Kathy, this is Stef from the Grief 2 Great Day Podcast. You are listening to our weekly devotional episode. Grief is the hardest thing you’ll ever face, don’t ever let anyone diminish that – but let’s also not diminish the power of God’s Word and the transformational healing He will do in your life.…
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Is divorce the same as grieving a death? Many people compare going through a divorce to grieving the death of a loved one. But when someone makes this comparison, it's normal to feel like they're discounting your experience of grieving your departed loved ones, so I'm exploring this complex topic on today's show and giving you some much-needed pers…
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In addition to grief, do you experience anxiety, fear, depression, procrastination, perfectionism, or any number of other conditions that hold you back from being able to live the life you want? Have you spent more more money than you care to recall on doctor's visits, therapists, books, apps, healing modalities, to maybe feel a little better thoug…
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🟥 S2/EP6 - Brad welcomes actress, author, podcast host, and twice kidnapping survivor Jan Broberg. Jan's life story extends beyond her accomplishments in the performing arts. As a child, Jan endured the traumatic experience of being kidnapped twice by a family friend, first at the age of twelve and again at fourteen. Her harrowing ordeal has been w…
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A recently bereaved father thought he would feel more after the death of his young son. Is he an emotionless monster? Or is something deeper going on? … Ready to find your way after devastating loss? Check out my FREE workshop: Grow Through Grief: 3 Ways to Stop Feeling Stuck and Start Moving Forward: https://www.shelbyforsythia.com/free-workshop S…
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Have you ever struggled with grieving someone you had a complicated relationship with? In this week's episode I'm exploring the challenging emotions that come with losing someone you didn't always get along with. I discuss why it's important to allow yourself to grieve, even if the relationship was difficult, and I'm sharing practical tips for hand…
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The guys had so much fun last episode talking about practical advice over their grief journey that they decided to keep the energy going and offer practical advice directly for friends and family. Having a close relative or friend go through child loss can be difficult to manage, so the guys try to offer some helpful tips to help. The boys talk abo…
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Addictions, we cannot just let go because we are fixated on that thing and it's almost like an idiot. Substance abusers, are not the only ones who get addicted, believers get addicted to things as well. Anything that takes all your energy a d time can force one into addiction. Addiction is grievous because we are are to never give anything more att…
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It's impossible to speak for an entire community, especially when it comes to grief, but Sharice Burnett, LCSW, knows a lot about the ripple effect of loss in the Black and African American community in Portland, OR. Born and raised in the community, Sharice is clinical mental health therapist and consultant dedicated to naming and dismantling the …
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This is episode 1 in a two part series on grief in children and adolescents with Dr. Ashok Shimoji-Krishnan, a child psychiatrist. In this first episode, Dr. Heather Taylor sits down with Dr. Ashok Shimoji-Krishnan, a child and adolescent psychiatrist, to discuss grief and loss in children and adolescents. Dr. Ashok shares insights from his extensi…
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In preparation for homeschool next year, I’ve been pre-reading some missionary biographies that we’ll be using for our history curriculum. And in the one on Amy Carmichael, it shared several times when she would spend the day in prayer, seeking the Lord on one question or another. For example, should she build a house for the Bible study she led wi…
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While I am on a podcast break I will be reposting an episode or two of my old episodes! Here is one I really enjoyed with Jennie Ogilvie - EP56. Have you ever met someone and you walk away from the conversation you've had a bit stunned, and a whole lot relieved? Those are the emotions I had after having a recent reading with my next guest. Jennie O…
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Live from a hotel lobby in San Diego on our grandma-mom-babies trip, we welcome Alex Firestone, Erica and Jordy's best friend since kindergarten, to discuss the recent and devastating news of Jordy's brain tumor returning. As we process this difficult update, we delve into themes of sadness and fear surrounding Jordy's timeline and the uncertaintie…
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Tom & Jean discuss Jean's multiple losses; mother to cancer, father to cancer & sudden loss of her husband. All of it while trying to raise her children. How the losses led to her examining her spirituality, how it changed & motivated her to let her life transformation work to help others. Jean also has an upcoming book titled The Woke Widow, hmmm,…
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After experiencing multiple deaths, including the murder of her sister and two miscarriages, Anne Peterson struggled with anger towards God, yet He still pursued her. As a result, Anne returned to writing poetry – something she loved to do in her childhood. Through poetry, she was able to express her deepest questions and emotions and discovered wh…
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We’re excited to drop in your feed today to tell you about a new Lemonada Media series called The Pink House with Sam Smith. Hosted by five-time Grammy winner Sam Smith, The Pink House is about the people and places that make us who we are. One of those places was Sam’s childhood home in the English village of Great Chishill, literally called The P…
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There is a grief that comes from losing a loved one, over time, to dementia. As her father went into the hospital, my sister-in-law was faced with the caring of her mother overnight. Her dad did not come home, so her mom came to live with her. Along with these adjustments, her mother had dementia. We discuss the decisions, progression, and the fina…
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What do you do when an unfathomable tragedy such as losing both your parents at the age of 3 happens to you? You grow up to be a grief therapist who supports those who are members of the parentless, parents club. While Randi’s grief support expands to many walking their first steps after a loss it is with honor and dignity, she contributes to the h…
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Grief can prompt many people to stop using substances when that use gets unmanageable. Though it is often an important and healthy decision, giving up alcohol or another substance brings its own set of new struggles and losses. Eleanor shares her personal experience with managing grief in and from sobriety. Eleanor's article: Grief and Sobriety: Di…
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Send us a Text Message. #106. Ever felt the grip of serious addiction? Drink and drug addictions can destroy life, but what about the person in recovery who's celebrating being 'clean' while also having to accept the loss of the many things ruined by years of misuse? This is The Silent Why, a podcast on a mission to open up conversations around gri…
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Welcome to the first episode of Finding Light in Grief. In this debut, hosts Melanie Schneider and Andy Willers share their personal journeys through loss and how these experiences shaped their work supporting others in grief. From their own heartbreaks to their insights as grief coaches, Melanie and Andy offer a heartfelt conversation on navigatin…
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In episode six, Jocelyn and Kimberly discuss what it’s like to grieve during birthdays and anniversary dates of their lost loved ones and why these specific days feel so heavy to move through more so than others. They each share personal stories of their grief journeys and how they attempt to create positive experiences during otherwise hard days t…
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Welcome to the Guiding Grief podcast. In this episode, host Nicholas Welzenbach is joined by Juliann Halvorsen from Cancer CAREpoint. Cancer CAREpoint offers personalized Counseling, Assistance, Resources & Education to Bay Area cancer patients, survivors, families & caregivers at no cost. Juliann, an MA, LMFT, and Counselor, brings a wealth of exp…
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I decided since I took a few months off from the podcast to heal, I should probably get deep in this episode! I recount the poignant last moments she shared with my father and the unexpected healing that came 15 years later. Through this emotional journey, we can see the unpredictable and ongoing nature of grief. Join me as I share my story of sorr…
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Welcome to another heartfelt episode of "Pillars of Grief." Today we're delving into an aspect of grief that often goes unspoken: the audible connection to our loved ones who have passed. In this touching episode titled "Talk to Your Loved Ones," we'll explore the profound impact of missing conversations with those we've lost and how we can still m…
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Send us a Text Message. Join us as Kelila Green- mom, surrogate, and pregnancy loss survivor- shares her story of surrogacy and grief. Kelila is host of the podcast, "Pushing Through Loss", a speaker, and founder of Ours and Yrs- a pregnancy loss survival toolkit. You can connect with Kelila on Instagram @OursandYrs, or on Facebook @Kelila Beth Gre…
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Send us a Text Message. In Part 7 of the Soul Sisters series, join me with my real-life sister Brenda Rachel, as we share our personal experiences with trauma, loss, and identity struggles, emphasizing the crucial role of self-reflection and resilience in healing. Discover the strategies we've used to manage trauma and anxiety, overcome the challen…
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In this episode Sascha and I respond to some frequently asked (and a few unasked) questions about The Grief House. The sound quality is a little off in this episode. You might ask Q: Laura, did you chose to record this sitting cross legged in an armchair with your microphone balanced on a pile of books balanced on your lap? And I would have to answ…
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Dr. Saul Ebema brings over 20 years of spiritual care experience to his role as President of Hospice Chaplaincy and Director of Bereavement Services for a leading home health and hospice provider in the United States. Ordained as a minister in South Africa, he served in various pastoral roles supporting congregations and outreach. Dr. Ebema complet…
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Send us a Text Message. Step into a space where grief meets creativity in this enlightening conversation with Kat Primeau, aka the Good Grief Doula. Host Mimi Gonzalez and Kat dive into what it means to be death positive and how embracing grief can unlock creative expression and personal growth. Kat opens up about growing up in hospice and how her …
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In this episode I got to talk to Author Courtney Deane about her new book, "When Happily Ever After Fails." Courtney's father died when she was just 14, and her mother when she was just 28. In order to process her grief and make sense of her feelings about her own identity as a now parentless person, Courtney wrote a romantic comedy novel about a y…
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