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Death is an inevitable part of life, and yet it can be difficult and uncomfortable to talk about the process of grief amongst one's peers. In this podcast, comedian Jordon Ferber helps shine some light into the darkest parts of our own existence and encourage a more open discussion about the effects of grief, and offers coping mechanisms to those suffering.
 
Have you lost someone special and had a difficult time accepting they are gone? Do you feel so alone because you miss them so much? The Grief Refuge podcast is a resource for you to honor and help manage your grief. Through stories and reflective conversations shared on this podcast, hopefully you feel comfort and support to find meaning, live with purpose, and heal your broken heart. The Grief Refuge podcast is part of Grief Refuge, LLC. More support and access to the Grief Refuge app is av ...
 
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 ...
 
After the death of her parents within 2 years of each other, trauma therapist, writer and podcast host Meghan, found herself on the receiving end of the same treatments she used with her own clients. In complement to her writing on the popular blog "Grief Is My Side Hustle," Meghan and her guests discuss how little education and support we have been been historically given in grief and explore the question she hears most often in her office, "aside from crying, what does it mean to grieve?'
 
Why don’t we openly discuss grief if ultimately everyone will experience it?Spoken Grief is here to unapologetically talk about grief. Your host, Shuma Rouf lost her mum in 2015. She is here to share her experience and stories from people of all walks of life. This is a safe space for everyone to feel a little less alone in their grieving journey, but it’s here to raise awareness too. So whether you’re grieving or not, join in on the conversation. Instagram (@SpokenGrief) Email: spokengrief@ ...
 
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 ...
 
Sisterhood Through Grief is a collaborative group of women, who lost their spouses and bonded through their grief support group. While we are not licensed therapists or doctors, we are all women who have gained knowledge and wisdom from the journey of grief we endured and survived. We will share what we suffered, encountered, and conquered during our journeys and impart raw truth about grieving. We'll offer compassionate support by providing empathy and validating one's grief. Knowing you ar ...
 
About grief, death and dying - and led by young people so the stories and conversations are open and entertaining way with a clear, simple message; it is ok to talk about grief. Parting is honest, and heartfelt, but filled with hope and humour.
 
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 ...
 
Two dads discussing baby loss, coping with life, and working their way through grief. In the aftermath of losing babies, Liam and Matt found there was no support specifically aimed at dads to help them process their grief, prepare for what was to come next, and help them to support their partners. So, they've teamed up to create this podcast for other dads (and families) which shows a bereaved father's perspective and provides the tools to help them on their journey with grief. If you would ...
 
A twice weekly podcast hosted by award-winning interviewer and everyone's new best friend Alison Rosen. Mondays are one-on-ones featuring surprisingly honest conversations that are equal parts silly, serious and revelatory. Thursdays are roundtable group shows. You will laugh, think, and feel less alone. (Unless you don't feel alone at all in which case, congrats! You've done it!) Support the show on Patreon. Sign up for a year and get two months free. Patreon.com/alisonrosen
 
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
 
A show about what becomes possible when we look at hardships differently. Lucy Kalanithi—physician, storyteller and widow of Paul Kalanithi, who wrote When Breath Becomes Air—shares personal reflections, poetry, and deep conversations. Join us to explore transformations around loneliness, the myth of the ideal nuclear family, climate crisis, and more.
 
From terminal parents to sex workers, extremists and drug addicts, The Deep is a place for thought-provoking conversations that help us explore who we are, when no one is looking. Cracked wide open by her past trauma, grief and abuse host Zoe Marshall holds the space for others to share their fascinating stories and perspectives through these deep conversations.
 
The Double Shift is a narrative show that challenges the status quo of motherhood in America. Katherine Goldstein and Angela Garbes are starting off the year with a series on the true cost of the pandemic for moms. Other timely episodes include a series around mental health and moms, rethinking career ambition, processing grief with an indigenous motherhood activist, challenging our ideas around unpaid labor for Mother’s Day, and hearing some inspiring stories from listeners who’ve been able ...
 
The podcast explores human consciousness, death, grief, spirituality and if the afterlife is a reality or just a concept we created. The podcast was inspired by the recent passing of my father. After my father passed I experienced severe grief, while at the same time a huge spiritual awakening The aim of the podcast is inform our viewers about interconnected of the universe and what we see tends to be an illusion.
 
Get UNSTUCK and change your relationship with depression. Join host, life coach, and health expert Malikee Josephs, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday to hear talks from leading health and inspirational experts to lift your mood and change your life! If you’re struggling with feelings of unhappiness, loneliness, emptiness, anxiety, sadness, grief/loss, or not having a sense of purpose, this show is for YOU! —————— If you are in need of medical care, please consult with a therapist or physic ...
 
We all experience death at some point, so why is it still a taboo topic? Good Mourning is on a mission to normalise talking about grief, through wholehearted conversations with honesty and a sprinkle of humour. Hosts Sally Douglas and Imogen Carn interview interesting guests to hear how loss has shaped their lives. Follow us on Instagram at @goodmourningpodcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
What happens when an award-winning writer hits 'eject' on the 9 to 5, grabs a backpack, and dives head-first into the weird and wild world of 'digital nomads'? After 7 YEARS in Asia, Europe, and parts unknown, BROOKE BURGESS (Broken Saints, Becoming, The Cat's Maw) shares candid tales of culture shock, creative inspiration, sex and relationships, psychedelics and spirituality, and much MUCH more... It's a mid-life renaissance man's 'Eat, Pray, Love' — but with the naughty bits proudly intact ...
 
If you love deep conversations and learning something new, then get ready to love this podcast. Grief is a Sneaky Bitch creator and host Lisa Keefauver brings her deep curiosity, love of conversation, and knowledge of how language and culture shapes our experiences of ourselves and our world (including our grief) to each unscripted conversation. From CEO’s and social workers to authors, educators, filmmakers and stay-at-home moms, her guests open up about the complexity, confusion, and even ...
 
When it comes to heartbreak, most people fear it, citing it as one of the most crushing experiences of a lifetime. Not Chelsea. On this podcast, Breakup Coach Chelsea Leigh Trescott explores the upside of heartbreak, shedding light on how loss is our greatest opportunity to become meaningful, relatable human beings who are stronger in love, life, and character.
 
Therapy without the fluff. Short episodes about mental health using real-world language. TJ Tucker, a licensed therapist, and Cody Pritchett, a next-gen nonprofit leader, help you live a free, fulfilling life through mental health conversations using stories and a down-to-earth style. They keep the episodes short so you can get to the root quickly. Friends for over 10 years, they tackle topics head-on and skip the flowery language and academic terms that sometimes accompany counseling - all ...
 
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 ...
 
If you've had a miscarriage, you don't have to wait for time to heal your wounds. There is a way to heal yourself, physically, emotionally and spiritually. And you don't have to do it alone! I'll be with you every step of the way, teaching you everything I've learned through my 3 miscarriages and 6 years of infertility.
 
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 ...
 
Freud famously said that the aim of psychoanalysis was to enable us to work, love and play with minimum conflict. So what gets in the way of us doing that? Philosophy of Psychoanalysis is an educational course presented at a third-year tertiary education level by A/Prof. Doris McIlwain. The course aims to ground you in the basics: the nature of unconscious processes, repression, sexuality, dreams, morality, grief, gender identity, drives and affects and their implications for perception, mem ...
 
This is Real Talk Radio, a podcast filled with honest conversations about... everything! Join host Nicole Antoinette and her guests as they dive deep into work, love, sex, money, sobriety, friendship, racism, body image, mental health, grief, fear, big life changes, and more. To help support this 100% listener-funded show, visit https://www.patreon.com/nicoleantoinette.
 
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Hooray! After a much needed month off for my own sake and sanity, I am back with more grief! I talked with Michael Lalor, MD, Chief Medical Officer for Trellis Hospice and Palliative Care about the difficulties this past year and half have brought in being able to properly grieve. Already a difficult topic to tackle without a pandemic, we talk abou…
 
Summary: When your partner is given a diagnosis of terminal illness, your grief journey starts. You may move through your days providing care for your loved one, driving them to a myriad of appointments and treatments or back and forth from the hospital. As you lose your own identity, your routine, you tend to focus on the things you can do somethi…
 
Widowish author Melissa Gould talks about her husband's death from West Nile virus, raising a teenage daughter with a legacy of loss, and writing as a way to navigate grief. An award winning screenwriter who worked on such shows as Bill Nye the Science Guy, Beverly Hills 90210, Party of Five and Lizzie McGuire, Melissa's book is a quick, compelling…
 
Dealing with the death of a spouse is already an unbearable feat, then when you add having to tell and nurture young children, the pain of grief multiplies. In this episode, Ami, Brenda, and Christina discuss their approaches when they were faced with telling their children their daddy was gone. The women also offer advice and provide hope to those…
 
It’s hard to find support for your grief. It’s even harder to find a community that can provide the support you need. On this episode, I interview Sara Cobb from My Grief Connection- who is putting her heart and Soul into making it easier to find your community of grief support. Be sure to download the Grief Refuge app (iOS or Android) for grief su…
 
Speaking up on Addiction - In the next few episodes we will be exploring experiences of both the loss of someone to addiction and addiction as a result of loss. This week we speak to Emma in London who shares the story of her mother who died due to alcoholism. Emma talks us through a childhood overshadowed by addiction and how this had an impact on…
 
When Faith Wilcox’s daughter Elizabeth began to complain about knee pain, her doctors thought it was just growing pains and she would be fine. As her pain continued, she was diagnosed with a rare bone cancer that affects pediatric patients. Through 10 months of treatment, Elizabeth remained positive and supportive of the other patients. Ultimately,…
 
Alexandra Franzen (she/her) is a writer, consultant, and entrepreneur based in Hawaii. She is the author of six books and the founder of the Tiny Press, a publishing imprint specializing in very short books of 100 pages or less. Alex writes beautifully about a wide range of topics: life, love, death, grief, unplugging from technology, Continue Read…
 
Anita and Mel continue the discussion in part 2 of this episode on grief in children, parents, and overall humans, with child therapist, Kyndel Marcroft LCSW. Help us keep the podcast going by joining our Patreon starting at just $5 - www.patreon.com/wwdn Want to buy us some tacos? https://www.buymeacoffee.com/widowwedonow Sponsored by: BetterHelp.…
 
Welcome back to this weeks episode of the Grief Gang episode. This week I’m joined by the 2 founders of charity Suicide&Co, Emma Morrisroe and Amelia Wrighton. I am obsessed and totally inspired by these two phenomenal women and it has been an honour to have them on the show and to witness their journey and their bright future with the charity. In …
 
Dr. Roger Ivar Lohmann is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Trent University. He has published extensively about the relationship between dreaming and culture, including Dream Travelers: Sleep Experiences and Culture in the Western Pacific. An ethnographer of the Asabano people of Papua New Guinea, he has served as editor-in-chief of the journ…
 
It's our 200th episode! To celebrate we talked with Harry, Gabby, and Madison, the crew behind the Monday Mourning Podcast and the Dead Parents Club. Gabby and Madison's mom died of cancer in 2016 and Harry's father died, also of cancer, the next year. As friends and members of the Dead Parents Club, the three of them talk openly and irreverently a…
 
Grief Dreams. What are they? What do they mean? Is it normal to have a grief dream? Is it normal not to dream of the deceased? These are questions that Dr. Joshua Black has been studying for years now. Ever since he had a dream about his father several months after he had suddenly died, Joshua was curious about how these dreams affect people. For J…
 
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