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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.
 
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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 ...
 
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Guiding Grief

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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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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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Diane Morgan is a Mindset and Grief Recovery 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 ...
 
Welcome to Giving Grief a Voice hosted by Maureen Desmond. Maureen is founder of Navigating Through Loss, a grief consulting business that guides and supports those going through loss and significant change. In this podcast, Maureen and each of her guests explore their own real life loss journey, and the strategies that helped them find meaning in their struggle to face their fears and emotions.
 
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.
 
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
 
The Grief Code podcast looks at grief from a very different perspective than what you have heard anywhere else. As you tune into each episode, you will receive insight into your own grief, how to eliminate it and what to do next. The host and Founder of The Grief Code, Ian Hawkins, specialises in helping you to heal your unresolved and unknown grief. Ian will take you down the rabbit hole of The Grief Code to see that there is life after grief and that it can be more magnificent than you pos ...
 
Are you looking for a safe space to talk about grief? Are you a millennial who wants to stop making grief, loss, & death such a taboo topic? Then get ready to love this podcast because creator & millennial host Loryn Denise was where you were not too long ago. After losing both of her parents to cancer, she went on a journey to learn more about grief. Loryn’s bubbly personality & overall positive outlook on life, allows room for open, candid, transparent, & raw conversations on the different ...
 
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, ...
 
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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 ...
 
A space for any mom who is on the wild ride of motherhood while navigating a grief journey. This ain’t your average grief podcast. As motherless moms, Cara and Rashida tackle tough conversations about grief and how it shows up in motherhood with grace and understanding, but also humor. Yes. Humor. Because grief isn’t always sad. There is joy and celebration on grief journeys too. Join The Grieving Mamas Club weekly as we tackle anything and everything at the corner of grief and motherhood.
 
Fear, boredom, grief, confusion—we're all feeling... a lot right now. How do we cope with our heightened emotions during this global pandemic? Susan David—a psychologist at Harvard Medical School—is here to offer us strategies. This show is an urgent response to an urgent moment—a support system, toolkit, and understanding voice during a time of great uncertainty.
 
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 ...
 
Not your average grief group! Humor and laughter encouraged, awkwardness accepted, and a hint of celebrity gossip to spice things up. Death is a strange topic, but it shouldn't be. This storytelling podcast about grief and loss, and the intriguing ways you grow from it, takes a look at how the conversation can go much deeper than just the societal band-aid of "so sorry for your loss." The host, Gianna DeMedio, shares stories of her own grief after losing her father suddenly at 27 and talks w ...
 
We are two friends, Christina and Meghan, who met by chance on Instagram and now we talk about all things grief and loss (with some humor thrown in). We both lost our husbands and now we are boldly living life in the wake of loss, choosing joy and overcoming the tough stuff. Grief is something we carry and we aim to not let it weigh us down, but instead, grow with it. Cheers!
 
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 ...
 
From Crooked Media, Hot Take is a holistic, irreverent, honest look at the climate crisis and all the ways media and society are talking—and not talking—about it. Hosted by real-life friends Mary Annaïse Heglar and Amy Westervelt—an essayist and a journalist— Hot Take offers a unique perspective on the issue of climate change. With a breath of fresh humanity and humor, conversation moves swiftly from cackling about the bad week an oil company had, to speaking seriously and passionately about ...
 
Cooking With Grief is a podcast where two glorious morons share facts, stories and titbits they've found interesting, an internet Show & Tell. Topics range from science to history to current events, and pretty much anything else, all discussed and dissected with complete irreverence and absolutely no desire to be serious. The facts are sound, the understanding is tenuous, and the jokes - well, that's subjective. Enjoy! "A witty and unique podcast on current events and the world around us." - ...
 
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 ...
 
A Sci-Fi story about a disgruntled information seller, a mysterious space boy, and an android doing her best. REMINDER: InCo is explicit and contains depictions of violence, anxiety, depression, arguing, drinking, smoking and grief. Find sfx list, scripts, and music info at incopodcast.com or show some love at ko-fi.com/itme9612 Cover provided by @refhoarder (twitter)
 
Grief is universal. It appears when you feel loss or sorrow. It can manifest with many life changes, such as loss of life, relationships, sexuality, addiction, and even culture. Each week listeners share the pain, the process. and the point they overcame grief. The hope is to help the next person put their pain into perspective and see the light at the end of the proverbial tunnel.
 
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SOL Affirmations

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SOL Affirmations

Black Love Podcast Network

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Karega and Felicia Bailey became Angel Parents to their daughter, Kamaiu SOL in 2019. Since then they have found a radical tenderness and gentleness afforded them concerning their grief, unlike anything they have seen or experienced in their work surrounding social justice and gun violence in our communities. SOL Affirmations serves as a healing space through various forms of grief with the reminder that grief is love, it is just love after a loss.
 
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The Silent Why

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The Silent Why

Chris & Claire Sandys

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Can hope be found in every type of loss? Join Chris & Claire Sandys, a childless (not by choice) couple, using their experiences of loss to explore where, and when, hope emerges and joy returns in every journey of grief. This is a mission to find 101 different types of loss, and 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.thesi ...
 
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In today’s conversation, we are joined by author, co-founder of Modern Loss, and all-around “grief veteran”, Rebecca Soffer. As witty as she is wise, she knows a thing or two about grief – by the time she was 34, both of Rebecca’s parents had died a few years apart. We talk about how to manage the fear and anxiety that can manifest after people die…
 
Episode Summary In this episode, Ian clarifies that addiction day typically occurs on a Friday and that he spends his weekdays working and his weekends drinking, gambling, or doing anything else to forget that he dislikes his work. The hype makes you feel alive, as if you want to do it again and look forward to doing it in the coming week. Don’t mi…
 
In this episode, I talked to Author Allison Ballenger, whose book "One More Year" is a childrens book inspired by her own childhood. After the death of her brother Scott, Alliison was inspired to write a book that helped to keep Scotts essence a part of her life, as what she describes as a "story-telling, song-singing, life-loving, magic-maker. " G…
 
On first glance, you might think of Carrington Smith as being born with a silver spoon in her mouth. But, other people's lives usually look much easier to us than they are for them. Carrington grew up with abuse and trauma in her background. What happens to us is not a choice. What we do with it is. Carrington is a beautiful example of how we can d…
 
On this episode I have the pleasure of sitting down with Elizabeth Karansky of Farewelling to discuss her journey on becoming a Death Doula and how they can help you in your grieving journey. In this episode we discuss: + What is a Death Doula + How a Death Doula Can Help You in Your Grieving Journey + Why you should embrace your grief + What it re…
 
When you’re stuck in grief, you close yourself off from interactions in life that normally would be healthy for you. You’re so grieved, so full of sorrow that you close your world in. You start disengaging from life so as to control your world. But the more you disengage, the more you’ve cut off that life supply… and now you’re really, deeply stuck…
 
What gives you HOPE? What gives you COURAGE? Many people experience dreadful trauma in their lives - but what do you think about this- having to endure 4 years of genocide where half of your country's population was killed - now that has to be on another level altogether right? And to come out of it with beauty, grace, and compassion like my guest …
 
On this week's episode I'm offering five practical suggestions to help you cope with your grief and move toward healing. Let's face it, coping with the loss of a loved one or friend can be one of the hardest things many of us face, and even though loss is a natural part of life it can be very difficult for many of us to deal with. Grief is an emoti…
 
The latest edition of the DSM-5, sometimes known as “psychiatry’s bible,” includes a controversial new diagnosis: prolonged grief disorder. In this episode, Cara and Rashida tackle a recent New York Times article that details this diagnosis. There are pros (few) and there are cons (lots) and per usual Cara and Rashida have a lot of thoughts on tang…
 
We're talking about unexplainable things in this episode - strange coincidences, signs from beyond, dreams, and more! Have you ever had anything unexplainable happen after your loved one passed? We want to know your stories! Email us at fullcupclubpodcast@gmail.com or DM us on social media :) If you find this podcast helpful, please subscribe and l…
 
I’m joined by the Godmother of Grief, the Co-Founder of Modern Loss, writer, speaker, and big inspirer of SSFYL, Rebecca Soffer. When Rebecca was 30, her mother was killed in a car accident one hour after dropping Rebecca off from a family camping trip to the Adirondacks. Four years later, her father died of a heart attack while on vacation. So muc…
 
Elisabeth Kübler-Ross has Anger as the 2nd Stage of Grief. While anger is a very uncomfortable emotion, it is one that you must go through while grieving to get to healing. In this episode, Ami, Christina, Kris, and Melanie discuss how they experienced and dealt with their anger in a raw, honest, informative, and even humorous way.…
 
For many, there’s a moment in grief when you realize the experience is much bigger than you. You realize grief can’t be bottled up, avoided, or even controlled. You realize that grief is better served by befriending it, giving it space to better understand, and expressing it by sharing it with other people who won’t judge you for feeling the way yo…
 
As humans, we have a pervasive desire to compartmentalize. To box up messy thoughts and emotions and “just get on with it already.” For Marisa Renee Lee, this was the approach she took to navigating grief. Grief that started when she was 12 and her mother, Lisa, was diagnosed with MS. Grief that grew as her mother was later diagnosed with cancer an…
 
On this week's episode, I'm talking with founder of Az Magazine UK & The New Normal Therapy fund, Kei Bennett. Az Magazine is an online publication and event organisation amplifying the voices of QTBIPOC (queer, trans Black and people of colour) and The New Normal Therapy fund is Kei's most recent endeavour that's sole purpose is to raise funds for…
 
The producers of this show wanted to share another Lemonada series with you, called Burnout. Burnout. It’s all over the news, it’s all over your social feeds. You’re probably living some version of it, but aren’t sure what it is and how to change it. Let’s take a closer look at the culture of burnout together. We’ll look at the history of how we ta…
 
In this episode of The Good Grief podcast, Mike O'Connell and Amber Miller get into cemeteries' important role in providing a final resting place for people's loved ones. They discuss the process of creating these final resting places, from deciding on the type of burial to personalizing the space to create a meaningful and lasting tribute. They al…
 
In this episode, we look at the impact of the word Essential on the Funeral and Cemetery Services. Over the past two years, no other industry has been more impacted and unsung. We heard only a few human interest stories about those of us across the world that cared for loved ones lost. Here we are going to share how we as Funeral and Cemetery Profe…
 
Psychologist Dorothy Holinger, author of 'The Anatomy of Grief', talks to Liz about her early experience of loss and how it shaped her life as a psychologist. They discuss Prolonged Grief Disorder, how grief affects the body, the heart, the brain, how some people make meaning from their loss and experience psychological growth, while others do not.…
 
Kevin and Sharon Amos talk about the tragic deaths of their beloved son, Dan, and their beloved daughter, Natalie, in two separate accidents, only 5 years apart. Together, they give their candid voices to their own personal experiences, as husband and wife, and as a father and a mother. What they share is truly remarkable.…
 
Hope Edelman has been writing, speaking, and leading workshops and retreats in the bereavement field for more than 25 years. She was 17 when she lost her mother to breast cancer and 40 when her father died, events that inspired her to offer grief education and support to those who cannot otherwise receive it Hope’s first book, Motherless Daughters,…
 
In this Takeaways & Reflections episode, I reflect on the importance of not grieving alone. We all need support through grief because, going it alone, keeps us stuck and ruminating on our grief. Connection to others is what gives a griever hope. I also share in this episode how I took a long way around to find the right support for me and the impac…
 
In this episode Sascha and I launch what we hope will be a generous and popular collection of hopeful fairy tales for peri-menopausal women. From the moment we occur in this iteration of consciousness we are aging. We're constantly toppling into the unknown. Most likely our predictions about what's coming next don't alter the course of our glorious…
 
In grief land, lots of groups are talked about as invisible or forgotten. Children, parents grieving a miscarriage, ex-partners, and siblings. For siblings, their grief often exists in the shadow of their parents – or it’s at least treated that way by others. Jordon Ferber ran into that when his younger brother, Russell, died when Russell was 21. W…
 
Cooking With Grief is the comedy podcast that covers everything from history to science, pop culture to geography, and everything in between. Join us as we learn about an Aztec god, Xipetotec, who was worshipped by flaying human sacrifices - and we also learn that the last Trial By Combat in Britain took place in the 19th century! If you enjoyed th…
 
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