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Shapes Of Grief

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Shapes Of Grief

Liz Gleeson, MSc Bereavement

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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 ...
 
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The Silent Why

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The Silent Why

Chris Sandys, Claire Sandys

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Can hope be found in every type of loss? Join Chris & Claire Sandys, a childless couple (not by choice), on a mission to find 101 different types of loss to see if it's possible to find hope, or even joy, in every type of grief. You can expect: first hand experiences with grief, inspiring guests, honest conversation, tears, laughter and plenty of Hermans. For the official 101 list, weekly blog posts and more about the hosts, visit: www.thesilentwhy.com.
 
Want proof of life after death? Your loved ones may be physically gone but they still exist and you will see them again...your pets don't die either. Each episode of We Don't Die you'll hear the experiences of men and women, and why they believe life after death is REAL and why your life on earth is important. Join your host, Sandra Champlain, author of the #1 international bestseller, We Don't Die - A Skeptic's Discovery of Life After Death, for podcast episodes that aim to give you goosebu ...
 
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Grief Refuge

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Grief Refuge

Reid Peterson | Grief Refuge

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The Grief Refuge podcast, hosted by Reid Peterson, features reflective conversations and helpful information about grief, loss, and managing the process. Filled with insights and creative ideas for navigating grief’s difficult emotions, the Grief Refuge podcast educates, soothes, and comforts anyone who is trying to better understand what they’re going through. Through the stories and reflective conversations shared, hopefully you will find meaning, live with purpose, and heal your broken he ...
 
"Bereaved But Still Me" is a podcast for the bereaved community that was formerly known as "Heart to Heart with Michael." As we entered Season 5, we decided to rebrand our podcast to make it easier for the bereaved community to find us. We are happy to announce that "Heart to Heart with Michael," was nominated for a 2020 WEGO Health Award. "Heart to Heart with Michael" was a finalist in the Health Podcast category. This was a great honor for our podcast."Bereaved But Still Me" is a product o ...
 
My goal right from the beginning was that I wanted it to be a podcast that, when it stopped, you didn’t feel worse,” says Cariad Lloyd, host of Griefcast, a weekly interview podcast where media personalities share stories about loved ones they've lost. “We’re all in this club that no one asked to join, and it’s really helpful when you realize there’s other people in the club. Part of grief is feeling quite isolated, so when you realize, ‘Oh, it's not just me,’ It does help.” In each episode, ...
 
White Shores is a podcast for spiritual beings having a human experience. Hosted by Sunday Times bestselling spiritual author and modern mystic Theresa Cheung. This podcast shares inspiration on personal growth and how to create the infinite life of your dreams. Stay in touch via www.theresacheung.com @thetheresacheung, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter
 
Hospice Quinte's weekly 4-5 minute podcast brings you important information about end of life issues, bereavement, grief, hospice palliative care, and Hospice Quinte's services and events. Hospice Quinte also hosts 15 minute interview specials called "Heart to Heart with Hospice Quinte". Changing Lives and Heart to Heart can also be heard on 91.3 Loyalist Radio in Belleville, ON.
 
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As I Live and Grieve

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As I Live and Grieve

Kathy Gleason, Stephanie Kendrick - CoHosts

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It’s time for grief to come out of the basement, or wherever we have stuffed it to avoid talking about it. When you suffer a loss you need support, comfort, and a safe place to heal. What you are experiencing is painful but normal, unique but similar, surreal but very, very real. As grief advocates we understand and want to provide support, knowledge and comfort as you continue to live and grieve. Host, Kathy Gleason; Producer, Stephanie Kendrick. www.asiliveandgrieve.com
 
Good Mourning is the podcast about grief that shines a light on what loss is really like with honesty, hope and humour. Hosted by Sally Douglas and Imogen Carn, we cover all elements of loss and grief, interviewing inspiring guests to help listeners feel seen, heard and understood. We laugh, we cry (and drop the occasional f-bomb). Listening to this grief podcast is like sitting in on a no holds barred conversation over a glass of wine, about the grief process, with two very good mates. Grie ...
 
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 ...
 
Let’s Talk Death is a series of conversations created to normalize, educate and demystify the taboo around death, dying and the journey of grief. Let’s Talk Death is brought to you by HealGrief, a non-profit providing the tools and resources to support one's journey with grief. We seek to empower individuals to achieve a healthy post bereavement growth. Everything we do is inspired by our core belief that no one should ever grieve alone.
 
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Grieving Voices

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Grieving Voices

Victoria Volk, The Unleashed Heart, LLC

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Grieving Voices is a podcast started by a lifelong griever for grievers. The mission of Grieving Voices is to change the conversation around grief; how we address our own and that of others and give grievers a platform for sharing what grief has taught them. Through education and personal story, listeners will learn more effective ways to help themselves and others. The Grieving Voices podcast is part of The Unleashed Heart, LLC. Grief resources and additional support are available at www.th ...
 
Welcome to The Grief Gang podcast, the show normalising the topic of conversation that is grief.Grief is something that inevitably we will all experience in our life, so why aren't we talking about it? This show was created to break down those taboos by sharing my own experiences of loss along with phenomenal guest episodes sharing theirs too.You will laugh, you will cry, but above all I hope that you learn from this show. I hope you learn that you are never alone in your feelings and that y ...
 
Listen in as a host of well-known guests open up and share their experiences of grief and death in a therapeutic conversation with Marie Curie bereavement expert, Jason Davidson. On the Marie Curie Couch is a new podcast that aims to open up conversations about death, break down the taboo and encourage people to share their end-of-life plans. This podcast is made by Marie Curie – the UK’s leading charity providing care for people at the end of their lives. For more interesting perspectives o ...
 
“Being kind is more important than being right. Most times, what people need is not a brilliant mind that speaks; rather, they need a patient heart that listens.” — Dr. Yvonne Kaye Mother, grandmother, storyteller, writer, published author, thanatologist, humorist, and former Philadelphia radio show personality, Dr. Yvonne Kaye has been involved with people since 1951 in her native England. "In this podcast, I will cover all aspects of growth and overcoming challenges. Anything goes. Laughte ...
 
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 ...
 
If you need to feel understood and are in pain, you've arrived at the right place! Mary M. McCambridge (Mary Mac), is a Grief Authority, Executive Coach, Speaker and Award-Winning Author of several works in her field, who established GriefAuthority.com, the Foundation for Grieving Children, Inc., her weekly podcast, The Mary Mac Show, and The Mary Mac Store offering products and gifts for the bereaved. She has endured many deaths of family and friends to drunk drivers, accident and illness, ...
 
In 1961 the Suicide Act made suicide legal in England and Wales but it remained a criminal offence to assist or encourage someone else to commit suicide. In 2010, following a successful legal battle by multiple sclerosis sufferer Debbie Purdy, new guidelines were published on assisted suicide to clarify when people were likely to face prosecution. Gary Slapper, Professor of Law at The Open University discusses the case and its implications on assisted suicide and mercy killing with Frances G ...
 
The Mindfulness and Grief Podcast series, hosted by author and thanatologist Heather Stang, features compassionate insights for coping with grief and life after loss. Designed for bereaved people and grief professionals, you will learn how a mindful approach to grief can help you deal with difficult emotions, cultivate self-care and self-compassion, and honor the relationship that remains. May these teachings be of great benefit. To learn more about Mindfulness and Grief visit the website at ...
 
​​Hello everyone, I’m Mike Frey, your host, I want to welcome you to my Bereavement Miracles program of recovery. The Bereavement Miracles program is a 12-step systematic approach to unity and hope when dealing with the loss of a loved-one. My intent of this 12-step program is to help our listeners begin their journey towards healing by way of developing fellowship and a relationship with Christ. ​​The word Miracles can be understood by the little changes in one’s life. What I mean by this i ...
 
Author, Speaker, and Coach Tim Maceyko delves into the topics of loss & grief, pain & adversity, and faith & hope. You will hear from individuals who have faced extreme adversity, as well as guests who provide advice and insight on how we can live a better life despite the pain of today. And what really happens when we die? Do people actually get signs from their deceased loved ones? How do we find our faith again after tragedy strikes? Faith Beyond is about surviving the pain of today, find ...
 
My name is Darwyn M. Dave, and I lost my father in April of 1978 when I was just 10 years old. Even though that was a long time ago, I have realized that I'm not "over" his death, but in fact I'm still dealing with it. I've started the Dealing With My Grief podcast to discuss how I have been coping with grief and bereavement since that time. It is my hope that in creating this space I am able to connect with others who have lost someone close to them and in some small way help them deal with ...
 
This unit asks the reader to consider the experience of grief and bereavement and in particular the extent to which grieving people need professional help. The unit considers the evidence for the effects of grief and the extent to which current ways of responding are helpful. This study unit is just one of many that can be found on LearningSpace, part of OpenLearn, a collection of open educational resources from The Open University. Published in ePub 2.0.1 format, some feature such as audio, ...
 
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Carrie shares her perspective on how child loss gravely affects every aspect of life and how she is devastated to know what these families are experiencing. She shares her hope that the children whose siblings died and the children who witnessed the shooting will get the help they need. Carrie has experienced so much wreckage on every level and she…
 
Covid-19 Bereaved Families for Justice is a campaign that has called for accountability for the UK Government Response to Covid and for the lessons to be learned so that mistakes are avoided in future pandemics. In this episode Campaign Director Nathan Oswin tells us how the campaign has been successful, and what the challanges were. You can join h…
 
On this week’s episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, Rabbi Ilan Glazer and Cantor Hinda Labovitz discuss their support group for parents who have lost children, Our Love Continues. Our Love Continues is a Facebook group, a dedicated space where Jewish parents who have experienced miscarriage, end of a wanted pregnancy, stillbirth, …
 
What Jewish prayers deal specifically with mourning? How have prayers of mourning changed over time? How is this Jewish prayer surprisingly connected to Christian prayers? Rabbi Dalia Marx, Ph.D., is the Rabbi Aaron D. Panken Professor of Liturgy and Midrash at HUC-JIR's Taube Family Campus in Jerusalem, and teaches in various academic institutions…
 
Valenca Valenzuela, MSW, was born on Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) which seems fitting for someone who grew up to hold space for people before and after a death. Valenca is the Volunteer and Group Coordinator at Dougy Center, supporting children, teens, young adults and their adult family members who are grieving a death. As a death doula, s…
 
Because of the July 4 holiday weekend, we present an encore of the May 22, 2022 episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast. On this program, Rabbi Lawrence Hoffman, Ph.D., the Barbara and Stephen Friedman Professor Emeritus of Liturgy, Worship and Ritual at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, New York, discusses new ways o…
 
Often in grief, the language used to support another is well intended but hard to receive. The language used to communicate is filled with cliches and platitudes that are painful to hear, not relatable at all, and frequently upsetting to people who are grieving. How can language be used to help grievers be more supported? And how do the supporters …
 
Welcome to another My Why from me, Claire Sandys, co-host of The Silent Why podcast. My Why episodes are weekly audio shorts of my latest blog post. If you'd prefer to read it, you can find it here: thesilentwhy.com/post/theseasonofjuly This My Why is the next instalment of my ‘To every thing there is a season’ series, where on the first Friday of …
 
We’re joined by therapist and author of Anxiety: The Missing Stage of Grief, Claire Bidwell Smith to talk about the link between grief and anxiety. We also discuss: How to cope with worrying and catastrophic thinking Managing health anxiety PTSD and dissociation Anxious attachment Alcohol and anxiety Coping with anxiety around big life events Grab …
 
Experiencing the death of a close loved one changes people. I became a changed person after mom mom died of cancer when I was in college. I changed again probably even more dramatically after my son, Andy, was killed in our car accident. When today’s guest, Crystal, lost her sister to suicide 3 years ago, Crystal’s life was forever changed. Crystal…
 
In this Episode of Mostly Automotive Marketing with Matt Wilson, we discuss the Cardboard Box Theory. It might be a theory Matt made up, but we’re not sure. Listen to find out what it is and how it can help you see the shopping experience at your store from your customers perspective. Mostly Automotive Marketing with Matt Wilson is a bi-weekly-ish …
 
Melissa Crone joins me today to share the story of her beautiful daughter Kristen, who was gentle and kind with an innate gift for music and an affinity for sharks … and someone who lived her life fearlessly. In the fall of 2019, laced heroin took Kristen to Heaven. I hope you’ll listen in to the first half of this two-part episode as we discuss sp…
 
In this Episode of Mostly Automotive Marketing with Matt Wilson, we discuss Justin Searles Cold Calling Adventure. Justin is the VP of Sales at Think Ad Group and SALT Automotive. A couple months ago he announced on LinkedIN that he was going to walk in cold on a bunch of dealerships in one day. There are lots of things to learn from Justin’s adven…
 
Top secret! We’re talking about NDAs, non-disclosure agreements. What’s an NDA? It’s an agreement between you and the company saying that you won’t share information about the company outside of the company. These are shared whether you’re an employee or a contractor. Sometimes you sign an NDA when you’re interviewing, which means that whatever you…
 
When you're pulled between the feelings of what you wish would be different, better, or more, and faced with a moment where a decision has to be made, it can be challenging to cut through all of the emotion and lean into trust. In this week's Takeaways & Reflections episode, I use Kasey and Michelle's stories to illustrate the challenges we can hav…
 
Summary: Is grief made easier when you have time before a death, knowing it is coming? Listen in and draw your own conclusion as we chat with Kasey Perkins, Executive Director of Aurora House. It may be this situation allows more time to plan and prepare, but grief, whether you are armed and ready for it, or whether it blindsides you with no warnin…
 
#038. England meets New England in the US, as we talk to Clarissa Moll who lost her husband Rob during a family adventure across America. Loss #27 of 101 - Loss of a young father and husband In the summer of 2019, Clarissa and her husband, Rob, took their four home-schooled children on a 3,000 mile coast-to-coast vacation across the United States. …
 
Radio producer and presenter Dan Hudson sits down with Marie Curie bereavement expert Jason Davidson to explore his experiences of death and grief. On the Marie Curie Couch aims to open up conversations about death, break down the taboo and encourage people to share their end of life plans. This podcast is made by Marie Curie – the UK’s leading cha…
 
In this episode of the Healing Pet Loss Podcast, Marianne Soucy shares a beautiful and inspiring Sacred Spirit Journey she did to meet with Monkey the angel cat on behalf on the cat's grieving human companion, Jocelyn. Listen to the spirit journey and Monkey's comforting message of love - and afterwards go to Marianne's website to see a photo of Mo…
 
Theresa reaches for the stars in this sparkling interview with former S Club 7 member, Paul Cattermole, about his spiritual awakening and his exciting journey into Tarot. To find out more about Paul visit: Paul Cattermole on his Youtube channel. To find out more about Theresa’s bestselling dream, intuition, afterlife, astrology and mystical titles …
 
In Episode 134, we discuss what children and teens experience when dealing with their grief after a loved one's death and how to help them navigate through this pain. Visit my corresponding blog for show notes and to learn more: https://www.marymac.info/2022/06/26/the-mary-mac-show-helping-children-and-teens-cope-with-grief-podcast-ep134/ www.MaryM…
 
In this episode, Zander shares how going through his father's photos created a new relationship with his father, almost a co-dependency. For Zander to tell his father's legacy, he needs his father's photographs. And his father needs Zander to share his story. Zander Masser is an occupational therapist, husband, father, musician, and author of the n…
 
On this week’s episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, the guest is Tia Newcomer, CEO of CaringBridge.org, a nonprofit social network that helps people connect with family and friends during a health journey. Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast Now Available on Roku Streaming Service You can add the Jewish Sacred Aging TV channel …
 
Welcome to another My Why from Claire Sandys (co-host of The Silent Why podcast). My Why episodes are weekly audio shorts of my latest blog post. If you'd prefer to read it, you can find it here: thesilentwhy.com/post/sunshinedoesntfixeverything As summer arrives in the UK there's the temptation to assume everyone will be living life to the full, b…
 
Amanda Drews is the founder of Buzzy’s Bees, the organization she started after her son Hudson, who was 13 months old, died of SUDC (Sudden and Unexplained Death in Childhood). Amanda started Buzzy’s Bees with a mission to provide financial support to families dealing with the unexpected loss of a child. Over time, Amanda realized what families rea…
 
It’s the final episode of this season 3. And it’s with my big brother, Kyle. The only other person in this world who truly knows what it is like to live without our mum. I’ve wanted to record an episode with him from the very beginning if I’m honest, but the time was never right. We just weren’t ready to sit down with each other and really look at …
 
A few years ago now, Cassie’s daughter, Ella, wrote a piece on the meaning of beauty. In the final sentence of the piece, Ella wrote, “The only thing that means anything at all is excruciating beauty if only you can find it.” For people who follow me on social media, they will recognize that I have grown to appreciate that phrase and even apply it …
 
In this second half of our two-part conversation, David and Tracie Freeman discuss specific issues faced by a parent whose child died due to fentanyl poisoning, including forgiveness for the decisions that child made. They also share some very practical advice for parents who are in the early months and years of grief, discuss how the loss of their…
 
In the grief recovery programs, one way we describe grief is that it is the loss of hopes, dreams, and expectations. This description of grief, in this way, has not been better understood by society as a whole more than it has since 2020 with the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. As society begins to emerge from the darkness Covid brought to so many …
 
Summary: New to the list of books for the middle-school age level is Heaven’s Bell, by Sherrie Barch, Sherrie introduces an easily understood concept about remaining in touch with our departed loved ones that can be read by or with your tweens. Best friends deal with a relationship made vulnerable by terminal illness. Though targeted for a specific…
 
#037. On 13 March 1996, a 43-year-old man walked into Dunblane Primary School near Stirling, Scotland, and shot dead sixteen pupils and one teacher. Fifteen others were also injured before he killed himself. It remains the deadliest mass shooting in British history. Loss #26 of 101 - Loss of a daughter in a school shooting The outpouring of loss an…
 
Certified Genealogist®, the author of twenty-seven books and hundreds of articles, essays, and more that have appeared in nearly every major genealogical journal and publication. Sharon Carmck is also a medium and her brand new book is titled “Midlife Medium: A Genealogist’s Quest to Converse with the Dead” https://amzn.to/3zKixJg Visit Sharon's we…
 
Carrie spoke with Sherrie Barch about her wonderful book called “Heaven’s Bell.” It is a story of two teenage best friends. They have a special friendship and are inseparable until one of them becomes ill. Then Ashley has to confront what her life will be like without Cody. Here are some of the Amazon Reviewer’s Comments: “It’s a Comforting Hug in …
 
Jerris advocated for his daughter Faith from her diagnosis at age 4 with osteosarcoma, through 23 major surgeries, side effects, setbacks, and complications, until her death shortly after her 18th birthday. Towards the end, they met Dr. Bob Macauley who helped get Faith home. Jerris emphasizes the need to create a space for dads as advocates and em…
 
Joining Theresa to discuss spirituality for every season is Horizon Inspired meditation teacher, retreat leader and author of Your Spiritual Almanac and Mind and Bowl, Joey Hulin. To find out more about Joey, her retreats and order Your Spiritual Almanac and Mind and Bowl visit: horizoninspired.co.uk To find out more about Theresa’s bestselling dre…
 
In Episode 133, we discuss the challenges we face after the death of our father or father figures, those longing to become fathers, those who have buried children as well as how we can help ourselves during our grieving process. Additional Notes: To learn more about me, visit www.MaryMac.info. Visit Crisis Connections at my website to telephone a t…
 
It's Father's day. A tough day for those missing their dad or fatherly figure in their life who is no longer with us. This episode is dedicated to you & to them. A moment to stop and reflect on who they were and the love you shared for one another. To think about those golden memories, their smile or even their annoying habits! However you mark or …
 
This episode originally aired in June, 2019. What is it about dark humor and why are we drawn to it when wrestling with painful life events? Laughter, especially the kind that wells up from a shared understanding of heartbreak, can be a surprising aspect of grief. Harry Jensen's father died of stage 4 colon cancer in January of 2017. Harry turned t…
 
On this week’s episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, Rabbi Stephen Karol, rabbi emeritus of Temple Isaiah in Stony Brook, New York, returns to the program to discuss his latest book, Embracing the Supernatural in Judaism: Signs from Our Deceased Loved Ones and Stories About The World-to-Come. Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast …
 
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