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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 ...
 
This is a podcast FOR bereaved parents BY bereaved parents. Join your host, Jill Sullivan, as she talks with parents who have lost children of all ages to all types of circumstances. This is a podcast of stories ... stories of devastating loss and grief and heartbreak and struggle ... and stories of hope and healing and faith, and yes, even joy. Underlying every conversation will be the hope we have in Jesus Christ, which makes it possible to not just survive the loss of a child, but to live ...
 
The death of one’s child is a grief like no other. As a bereaved parent, part of your very being has been cut off from you, and you must figure out how to live with that part of you missing. You will never be the same, but you can have hope that your life can still have meaning and purpose again, as you learn to live in a way that honors the life of your child instead of being stuck in the deep grief of his or her death. The Grieving Parents Sharing Hope podcast is an outreach of the nationa ...
 
Mary M. McCambridge (Mary Mac), a Grief and Bereavement Specialist, Coach, Speaker and Award-Winning Author of several works in her field, who established the Foundation for Grieving Children, Inc., her podcast, The Mary Mac Show, and The Mary Mac Store offering products and gifts for the bereaved. She lends her over 35 years' experience to comfort and educate those grieving the death of a loved one. Her show is recognized among the 10 Best Podcasts on Grief and Bereavement by several organi ...
 
Shapes of Grief is brought to you by Liz Gleeson, an Irish grief therapist. Liz hosts conversations with people about their experience of loss and grief in their lives. Through the recounting of our grief stories, integration can begin to happen, both for the teller and the listener. Everyone has a story of loss and everyone's story offers hope and inspiration to other grievers. Sharing these stories with each other can go a long way in normalising this human experience. Please do become a P ...
 
This Jewish Life is Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe’s flagship podcast. Since its founding in January of 2013, This Jewish Life has featured a delightful potpourri of podcast episodes on a myriad of Jewish subjects. In its current incarnation, the podcast focuses on exploring the deeper elements of Jewish life and philosophy. In each episode our objective is to go a bit deeper into subjects that we may be familiar with, to plumb the depths and uncover the essence of the beauty and sublimity of Jewish lif ...
 
Having a baby is life-changing. Having a baby in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is life-altering. But as a parent, you do not have to do it alone. Whether your baby is premature, has special needs, or you are grieving a loss, Hand to Hold provides whole-family support to get you through this challenging time. Hand to Hold’s NICU Now Audio Support Series is a support-based podcast aimed to eliminate the many physical and emotional barriers NICU parents face in accessing and receiving ...
 
The One Inside: An Internal Family Systems podcast is for anyone looking to find balance and harmony. IFS can help you understand the tug-of-war within your mind and rediscover your natural calm, creativity, and clarity. IFS can also heal the parts of you who hold pain. Hosted by certified IFS therapist, Tammy Sollenberger, this show aims to educate, support, and encourage those who are curious about IFS model of psychotherapy. Join Tammy each episode for a fun, warm, engaging conversation w ...
 
A podcast for women who have experienced pregnancy or infant loss. Listen in on honest conversations from real women as they share candidly about their own experience of loss and what it has looked like for them to navigate grief. If you have experienced the loss of a baby and are searching for hope and joy and just another mama who understands what you are going through, then this podcast is for you. If you are a friend or a family member of someone who has experienced the loss of a baby an ...
 
1 in 4 people experience mental health problems every year – half of them say that isolation and shame is worse than the condition itself. In Open Mind, Frankie Bridge opens up about her ongoing journey from her breakdown to her breakthroughs, and invites her guests to share their own experiences with mental health. In opening up about her battles, Frankie hopes to help a generation of people to be more open about their mental health. Speak out. Ask for help. And be helped. Open Mind, the po ...
 
This podcast is a brought to you by Southwest Counselling Services in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada. The show is for social workers, counsellors, psychotherapists and anyone in the mental health profession as well anyone looking for more information on improving their mental health or overall wellness. The show is hosted by Clinical Social Worker/Psychotherapist- Matt Barnes. Every episode aims to be informative, relevant and full of practical tips, tricks and wisdom from some of the leading exper ...
 
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CPN’s Blyth Lord talks with Michelle Moon, a bereaved mom and adult neurologist, about her decision to pursue fellowship in Hospice and Palliative Medicine: what about her experience with her daughter Julianna led to this career pivot and how is it feeling for her as she nears the end of her fellowship and considers her future as a doctor while alw…
 
Did you know that the first Sunday of each May is International Bereaved Mother s Day? That s what we will be talking about in this episode, along with touching on the week that follows which most of us dread Mother s Day. Just a warning, I am very real and honest about my thoughts and feelings about all of this, in a way that isn t normally like m…
 
On todays episode I chat with Kim Daniels, Level 2 IFS Therapist. Kim is a Clinical Psychologist, Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, and Emotional Eating Coach who's on a mission: to create an army of women who never deny themselves the food they love, who treat themselves with the compassion and respect they deserve, and who value themselves an…
 
'For some people, it takes 70 years for them to make an impact on the world; for Bryson, it took just 7.' - Amanda, Bryson's Mom Over the past 20 months, I have heard about many amazing children through their powerful stories. None, however, affected me in quite the way that Amanda's story of Bryson did. Perhaps it is because he was a 27 week premi…
 
Grief might not be the first thing you think of when it comes to summer camp, but there are thousands of children and teens who take their grief with them as they get to know bunkmates, play soccer, and make crafts. Experience Camps is one of many camps specifically for children and teens grieving the death of a parent, sibling, or primary caregive…
 
Josh King was the kind of friend everyone wants to have. He loved kids, he loved playing the guitar, and he loved singing, even though his mom affectionately describes him as "tone deaf". He battled anxiety and depression due to some challenging circumstances which ultimately culminated in him taking his own life in April of 2017. Join Jill for a c…
 
The Book of Ruth – and its eponymous heroine – are true enigmas. The Book contains no new laws and its story, while inspirational and poignant, bears no easily discernible connection to the Festival of Shavuos, when it is read. The Book’s protagonist, Ruth, has a decidedly checkered pedigree, yet becomes the matriarch of the Davidic and Messianic d…
 
Joy Ware Miller lost her healthy and active thirteen-year-old son as he collapsed from an unknown heart condition at the local YMCA one afternoon in March of 2005. Joy has become one of my treasured friends who brings encouragement, as she has been on this journey several years longer than I have. In this episode, Joy shares: How she kept pushing h…
 
Shavuos is the day that marks the most significant event in the history of humankind: A nation coalesced around Mount Sinai to temporarily catapult into a state of prophecy, to hear God say the Ten Commandments, and to live to tell the tale. Shavuos is thus aptly named, “the Day of the Giving of the Torah”. In the Talmud we discover that the power …
 
Your motherhood is motherhood, too. Your mothering may look different than those around you or what you ever imagined it would be. But this day is for you too. Today I acknowledge you who are hurting this year. “I see you. I have not forgotten. God has not forgotten. YOU are not forgotten.” To the woman looking at yet another negative pregnancy tes…
 
In Episode 75, we remember our mothers and mother figures who made an impact on our lives. We also discuss the pain of bereaved mothers, ladies who struggle to bear the title and those who will never be called "Mom." Additional Notes: Visit Crisis Connections at my website to telephone a trained counselor to speak with whenever you are feeling over…
 
On Episode 24 Matt is joined by psychologist and psychotherapist Roger Solomon to talk about trauma, grief and EMDR. Roger has over 40 years experience in the mental health field and is currently the program director for the EMDR Institute. He is an author, international trainer in basic and advanced EMDR, and consultant for the US senate, NASA and…
 
On todays episode, I chat with Nic Wildes about 'Is Gender a Part?' Nic spoke on this topic at the 2018 IFS Annual Conference and that is where we met -also when I decided my next step was to start a podcast :) Nic Wildes, LMHC (Pronouns: they/them/theirs) is a White queer nonbinary Certified IFS therapist based in the Boston area. They are in priv…
 
This week we start a special 4 part series called What is Motherhood: A special series about what motherhood means to the mom who has experienced pregnancy or infant loss. Listen in to our first ever round table conversation with six women, each with different types of loss from 6 month to 35 years ago, share honestly about their journey of loss, g…
 
A butterfly lights beside us like a sun beam, and for one brief moment its glory and beauty belongs to our world. But then it flies on again, and although we wish it could have stayed, we are thankful to have seen it all. This is the inscription written on Renee's daughter, Carly's headstone. She was a bright light for her family and for the whole …
 
Join me in listening to Meg Walker as she reads a letter she wrote entitled, 3 Truths When You Don’t Feel Like a Mom This Mother’s Day. In this bonus episode Meg says these words: “We can’t make promises on whether or not every person you’ve ever met will remember your child’s name or the special anniversaries that are etched into your memory - eve…
 
Mother's Day can be one of the hardest days of the year for a bereaved mom. What used to be a quiet holiday set aside to recognize and honor the mothers in our lives has become an overly commercialized nearly month-long event. It's inescapable! And the cheerful cries of "Happy Mother's Day!" can be brutal to a hurting mom's heart. In today's episod…
 
We often equate love with happiness, which make sense. But love also has a side to it that doesn t give a person whatever they want, just so they won t have to suffer. This is really difficult to comprehend or accept, when our child dies, especially if there was suffering involved. If God loved us, why doesn t He step in and stop the suffering and …
 
In Episode 74, we discuss the anxiety and stress our children and teens can face after a loved one's death and how to help them deal with their difficulties and challenges. Additional Notes: Visit Crisis Connections at my website to telephone a trained counselor to speak with whenever you are feeling overwhelmed, confused, frightened, fearful or an…
 
Join me in listening to Meg Walker as she reads a letter she wrote entitled, To the Invisible Mother this Mother’s Day. In this bonus episode Meg says these words: “Your motherhood may be invisible to the outside world, but it’s there.” and she goes on to offer so much hope as she directly speaks to the woman with empty arms this Mother’s Day. We p…
 
On todays episode I chat with Spencer Thompson, a Level 2 IFS Practitioner. He practices what he calls 'Self-Leadership Coaching,' emphasizing how IFS and Self-Leadership can impact us daily. He is passionate about group dynamics and creating unique container spaces that invite people into situations to practice and share in Self-leadership with ot…
 
As we approach Mother’s Day, maybe you are wondering will anyone recognize my motherhood? Will anyone remember? Will anyone see me as a mother? Today I am talking about what it looks like to prepare for Mother’s Day as a bereaved mother. I am sharing my best advice about how to tangibly prepare for this day, and the days leading up to it, as well a…
 
Pregnancy with your first baby should be a fun, exciting time. For Farhana, unfortunately, this fun time lasted for only the first 22 weeks. It was at that ultrasound when Farhana's life was forever changed. She and her husband discovered that their firstborn daughter had a congenital heart defect. Eesha, though, was a fighter, spunky and stubborn …
 
This podcast's topic is about subsequent pregnancy after loss, which we know can be one of the most conflicting times for bereaved families to face, filled with complex and often contradictory emotions. Angie Alexander chats to two of our befriending team Heather Taylor and Gemma Brady, who share their own personal reflections of pregnancy after th…
 
Today's conversation is surprisingly encouraging, even though Don and Patsy Akin have experienced the loss of all three of their sons ... one to murder, one to illness, and one to an accident. Our discussion ranges from issues of Don's alcoholism, to anger, to forgiveness, to the restoration of joy, to learning to live life with an open palm. For m…
 
Join me in listening to Mary Margaret Powitz as she reads a letter she wrote to you as we anticipate Mother's Day. In this bonus episode Mary says these words: “your motherhood, no matter how it looks, is worth celebrating... However long you had with your child, they still lived, and you still loved them, and you are still a mother. Whether anyone…
 
In Episode 73, we discuss the various intellectual challenges we go through after the death of a loved one and ways to help ourselves cope through these challenges. For my listeners in India and around the world who are being affected again by the Coronavirus, below is a list of the episodes I shared in 2020 when we were locked down in the USA: Epi…
 
This week we speak to Gavin who is a London taxi driver. Gavin talks on the loss of his mother and then later his father and how this shaped his life. Gavin is a supporter of Grief Encounter is currently running to raise money for this charity. Gavin also hosts a page on instagram called @grief_warriors which shares reflections on living positively…
 
On today's episode I talk with Molly Lacroix, a certified Level 3 IFS therapist, about her new book, "Restoring Relationship: Transforming Fear into Love Through Connection." I love this title so much I keep repeating it throughout the show... Outline: 1. Reasons she wrote the book 2. Her introduction and journey with IFS 3. IFS and Christian Spiri…
 
Grieving the death of your child is horrific, but grieving it publicly is even worse. When Ivan died in his fraternity room while he was away at college, his mom, Velvet, desperately wanted to know what happened to him. His own sister learned of his death by people who saw the local news. Soon Ivan's death grew and made national news. He was young,…
 
If you know and love a mama who has experienced pregnancy or infant loss. This episode is for you. Whether you are a friend or a family member, if you know a mama who is grieving this episode is really important. Because while she may not tell you, the reality is she is hurting right now. In just a matter of weeks we will celebrate mothers on mothe…
 
Dr. Jill A. Harrington grew up surrounded by superheroes on television and in comic books and movies. As a parent and a professional, she turned to superheroes as a way to connect with her children and clients around loss, grief, and transformation. She recently teamed up with Dr. Robert Neimeyer to publish Superhero Grief: The Transformative Power…
 
Lag BaOmer is the day that marks the Yahrtzeit/Hillula of Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai, one of the great Sages of the Mishnaic Era. In celebration and recognition of Rabbi Shimon’s accomplishments and stature, the custom is to make it a mini-holiday. But of course, Rabbi Shimon was not the only transcendental Sage of that time. His teacher was the great…
 
Arlo and Capri Weiskopf are the parents of four children, including Amoss, who went to Heaven nearly fifteen years ago as a result of a tragic accident in the driveway of their home. Their story will speak to any parent who has felt they bear some responsibility for the death of their child. In our conversation, you will hear deep desperation, grac…
 
When our child dies, we want to die ourselves so we can go be with them. It may not make sense to others, or even ourselves, especially when we know in our heads that we have reasons (people) to live for. It is important for you to know that this is normal for someone who has lost a child, and also that you will get past those feelings at some poin…
 
In Episode 72, we share the life of HRH the Prince Philip, his devotion to HRH The Queen Elizabeth II, who was married for 73 years and died on April 9, 2021 at age 99, two months shy of his 100th birthday. We also discuss widowhood and its affect on the Queen as she approaches her 95th Birthday only a few days after her husband's funeral and buria…
 
On today's episode I chat with Heidi Armstrong- IFS Informed super warrior, super star, and all around one of the most resilient human beings I have ever met. Her story is tragic and hopeful and inspiring. Here is a brief outline of the show: Her story and lessons learned along the way (0-30 minutes) Recipes for Success (30 minutes on- ) Steps peop…
 
Today we finish up our series on marriage after loss with a special interview with Libby Marler about intimacy after pregnancy or infant loss. Libby joins us as a trained and experienced counselor who specializes in the perinatal period, the time of pregnancy and the year following a pregnancy. She also specializes in grief and loss and joins not o…
 
At first glance, Kelly's life seems incredibly scary after losing two of her four kids to tragic accidents eleven years apart. You may even think that you wouldn't want to hear her tragic story, but to me and many others, Kelly is an absolute inspiration. I know that when others see Kelly, they must think, 'Wow! Look at Kelly. She's lost two kids a…
 
Bereaved parents tend to be "keepers" ... keepers of time, keepers of lists, and keepers of our child's legacy. But all that keeping can sometimes make us grow weary. Thankfully, God also takes on the role of "keeper", and in today's episode, Jill shares some ways He keeps those who grieve close to His heart. For more information about the While We…
 
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