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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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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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Grief. It’s almost a taboo word in Western society. And yet, it’s a universal human experience and comes in many forms: the loss of a marriage or job, when a cherished friend (human or pet), an aunt or uncle, sibling, Mom or Dad cross the Veil. And, if your child takes his or her last breath before you do, you’re thrown into a world that’s unimaginable and indescribable. If you’re a woman who has experienced any type of loss or trauma, and the grief that comes with it, this podcast is for yo ...
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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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The Broken Pack™: Stories of Adult Sibling Loss

Dr. Angela Dean / The Broken Pack™, LLC

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On this podcast, surviving sibling, psychologist, and thanatologist, Dr. Angela Dean, helps other grieving siblings share their sibling loss stories. This podcast aims to provide an authentic space for surviving siblings to express their grief and help others navigate the complex emotions associated with this profound, often misunderstood loss. The Broken Pack: Stories of Adult Sibling Loss delves into the profound and often overlooked topic of sibling loss, offering a platform for surviving ...
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Every Saturday, the Weekend podcast brings some of the best Guardian writing from the week, read by talented narrators. Listen to celebrity interviews, lifestyle features, and opinions from our most popular columnists including Marina Hyde and John Crace. Weekend is the perfect way to relax.
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Passing for Normal

Colleen and Jared English

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Jared and Colleen will be sharing stories from their unusual life as expats that are also sorting through grief after the passing of their daughter Claire, who live with Rett Syndrome for 15 years.
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This space was created for you by someone who gets it – your grief; your foundation-shattering reality; and the question of what the heck do we do with all of these shattered pieces of life and loss around us. It’s also for the listener who wants to better understand their grieving person, and perhaps wants to learn how to help. This podcast will feature interviews with first-hand experiencers and professionals, who will shine a light on the broad spectrum of experiences, feelings, secondary ...
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Welcome to the gang...the one you never asked to be part of. The Grief Gang podcast was created after host Amber Jeffrey, Mother died unexpectedly at the age of 19. Struggling with her grief and feelings, she set out to find people who just got it and to share the continuous whirlwind experience of this thing called grief. Through sharing her own experiences, the highs and the really low lows, the funny bits, the naff bits and the really confusing bits, this show aims to show you that you ar ...
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A club no one wants to be in because the initiation is too big of a sacrifice: the loss of a child. Unthinkable. Unimaginable. Warrior Moms is local group in north Atlanta filled with strong, courageous, funny, and fiercely loving women who are surviving and thriving amidst horrific grief. This podcast features Amy Durham and Michele Davis, two of the Warrior Moms, who will guide listeners through their grief journey. Every fourth or fifth episode will showcase another Warrior Mom, the traum ...
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Have you ever wondered how you and your siblings could grow up in the same house, can have the same parents and have two totally different experiences? The Regina’s Kid Podcast is the place you need to be. Every Week your host Maxi & Rita will explore different topics from Family , to Love, to Careers and everything in between. Sibling Relationships can be extremely fun and equally complicated. We will be leading in Love & continuing our Healing journey with you. Drop Us a Sib Note by emaili ...
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Everyone Dies (Every1Dies)

Dr. Marianne Matzo, FAAN and Charlie Navarrette

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A thoughtful exploration of everything about life-limiting illness, dying, and death. Everyone Dies is a nonprofit organization with the goal to educate the public about the processes associated with dying and death, empower regarding options and evidence-based information to help them guide their care, normalize dying, and reinforce that even though everyone dies, first we live, and that every day we are alive is a gift.
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Shapes Of Grief

Liz Gleeson, Grief Specialist, MSc Bereavement, MA Psychotherapy, PhD Student

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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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Welcome to Katha Meetha . We are two siblings, Yusef and Zubi. We have always been pretty close and our relationship fluctuates between parental and sibling-like. We recently lost our mother to a drunk driving related accident. This has been seismic and we thought this may be a creative outlet as well as a way to heal together and share some of our knowledge about a variety of topics, in a fun way, and hopefully create a community. Join us as we talk about everything in a real-life practical ...
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This podcast dives into what life is like growing up with a sibling with special needs. We will talk about the highs and lows, and for some, will talk about losing that sibling and how we have dealt with all of the emotions that that entails.
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Dying of Laughter

Chelsea London Lloyd | Comedian + Grief Gal

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DYING OF LAUGHTER with Chelsea London Lloyd is a podcast featuring interviews with millennial comedians and funny-at-heart humans with a deceased parent or sibling. Lloyd grew up with two sick parents; her dad died of ALS after a 15 year journey + her mom currently combats stage 4 metastatic breast cancer for the second time. Bonus episodes include interviews with grief counselors, funeral directors, cancer survivors, previvors, therapists, life coaches, oncologists + genetic counselors to n ...
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Let Go + Use Your Voice Do you have a loved one that is an addict? Do you struggle with feelings of inadequacy in providing help for your loved one’s addiction? Are you always in panic mode or on high alert wondering if they are ok? Is your #1 wish to wake up and still have your loved one alive? Do you neglect your own self-care because you put your loved one’s needs in front of your own? Are you wondering if others are succeeding in helping their loved ones through this difficult journey? I ...
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This podcast helps moms, dads, and caregivers navigate the challenges of parenting kids who struggle with anxiety, anger, and other mental health challenges. We equip parents and caregivers with strategies and tools to confidently parent & support their children and set them up for a successful future. Don't parent alone!
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Little Emma's childhood is a tumultuous and traumatic story...from being born to a teenage mother that suffered from mental illness to going into foster care and eventually being adopted. Emma's story touches on many difficult subjects from child abuse and neglect, to molestation, being a teenage runaway, drugs, alcohol, homelessness, sextrafficking, rape, grief, loss and so much more. It's about her will to overcome, her determination to find a place where she finds true connection, this is ...
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The Caring Generation® supports conversations of care between caregivers and aging adults. Gain insights about health, relationships, navigating healthcare systems, advocacy, money, legal matters, and the importance of self-care so you make the best choices for you and your loved ones. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-caring-generation--3591890/support.
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As a new parent of a child with a rare genetic syndrome, I was lost. There was no guide. There was no rulebook. This was not what I had imagined. As I navigated my way through this new reality, I realized something that should have been simple, but was not. A truth that had always been there, but that I had lost sight of for a time - I am not alone. And neither are you. These are the stories of my family, and of families like ours. These are the stories of how we have persevered, cried, bond ...
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Military Mom Talk Radio starring Sandra Beck and Robin Boyd provides a powerful platform for women to discuss their ideas, issues, and concerns with respect to the military lifestyle. From navigating healthcare, to childcare, to eldercare to making the most of your military benefits and opportunities, we validate, comfort, educate, and inspire women to live their best life and lead their military families... for when one serves, the whole family serves.
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WonderFilledWeek with Kaitlyn Corry is your weekly dose of positivity & empowerment. Together we can shake out the negative thoughts and find the silver linings of our situations! Be you, dream big, stay WONDERFILLED!
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Not An Island Podcast

Todd and Amanda Johnson

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Not An Island Podcast is that little place where autism, family, and faith meet. Created by an autism family, for autism families, your hosts Todd and Amanda Johnson bring conversation, advice, and resources to help you through the unique journey of raising a child with autism in a Christian home.
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Be Well and Exhale explores the multifaceted lives of entrepreneurs. Through interviews, our goal is to uncover their strategies for effectively balancing their diverse responsibilities, such as lifestyle choices, parenthood, wellness, and self-care, all while navigating the dynamic nature of their businesses. By sharing these insights, we aim to provide a platform that offers guidance, motivation, and practical advice for aspiring and existing entrepreneurs who seek to harmonize their perso ...
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A space to engage a community of sisters to share real life experiences and the lessons we’ve gleaned from them. I believe sisterhood is more than biological, but is a choice to engage and be present in the lives of others. As a single mom, the value of my sisters in my life has never been clearer to me. Come with us as we journey to discover deeper connections as sisters, as human beings. Join us Monday mornings at 10am EST!
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Rethinking Rock Bottom

CMC:Foundation for Change

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Join hosts Dr. Carrie Wilkens and Rev. Jan Brown in this 6-part series as they explore the complicated and often life-altering, experience of loving someone struggling with substance use. Jan and Carrie will provide ways to approach the helping process that are grounded in the latest science and their guests will share how real change happens for a family and the community around them. Re-Thinking Rock Bottom sheds light on the impact shame and stigma have on those struggling and the people ...
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The Death Dialogues Project Podcast

The Death Dialogues Project Podcast

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“I love how real these episodes are. . .” “This podcast was like a beacon of light when I needed it most.” A grassroots movement getting conversations about death, dying & the aftermath out of the closet. Becky Aud-Jennison has worked for the past four decades as a therapist, instructor, presenter, writer—interfacing with Death professionally—it was her own deep loss that motivated her to start this project. Hearing others’ STORIES are what informs us. Join us as we talk all things Death. Fo ...
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Dr. Dean & Tom discuss the unique dynamics surrounding those who lose a sibling as well as the formation & mission of The Broken Pack. Show links: Podcast: : https://thebrokenpack.com/podcast/ (or wherever you listen to podcasts) Website: thebrokenpack.com Facebook: @BrokenPack Instagram: @thebrokenpack TikTok: @the_broken_pack YouTube: @thebrokenp…
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In this episode we discuss learning a whole new school system, which moves graduation up by two years and how Colleen can't cry so she's incredibly overwhelmed by dress shopping, which should be a fairly simple and straight forward process. We also talk about learning how to podcast and not delete 8 minutes of a show. So much to learn, thank you fo…
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Marina Hyde: ‘So Russell Brand was baptised in the Thames, and all his sins were washed away. Cheaper than a lawyer, I suppose’; plus Jenny Kleeman meets Raffaella Spone, the woman accused of creating and circulating a damaging ‘deepfake’ video of teenage cheerleaders. The problem? Nothing was fake after all.…
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Compelling Reasons to Give Hospice a Try – and Why it’s Not “Giving Up” on Life When a family knows that a dying person needs hospice care but they are hesitant or resistant, it can be a challenging situation. This week we talk about the things to consider and discuss with the person facing the end of life. Remember that each family’s situation is …
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ONCE UPON A GENE - EPISODE 229 Uniting Strengths - Rare Disease Collaboration on a Shared Patient Registry Through Sanford Cords with Cure Mito and Hope for PDCD Leaders Frances Muenzer Pimentel and Sophia Zilber Frances Muenzer Pimentel and Sophia Zilber have united the Hope for PDCD Foundation and the Cure Mito Foundation to launch a global joint…
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When today's guest, Heather, lost her precious 4-year-old son, Jake, 13 years ago, her life was turned upside-down. Jake (or Jakey as he was often called) was medically fragile and suffered from chronic seizures, as well as additional medical complications, but Heather never allowed herself to think that he would die. Heather left her job as a spec…
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In this raw and heartfelt episode of The Broken Pack™:Stories of Adult Sibling Loss, Taylor bravely shares her experience as a surviving sibling after losing her brother Ben to Adderall addiction. Through tears and laughter, she explores the depths of sibling grief, the unexpected signs that Ben is still with her, and the ongoing journey of navigat…
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To say we are honored to witness such joy and bravery is an understatement. Emily McHenry, you amaze us. Thank you for sharing your wisdom and joy. When Emily McHenry speaks about her brother Jamie, you can hear the love and loss in every word. Our heartfelt conversation with Emily reveals the poignant journey of a sibling's bond tested by the unti…
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Join hosts Sandra Beck and Robin Boyd on Military Mom Talk Radio as they dive into the complex world of adult sibling relationships with Proactive Parenting expert Sharon Silver. In this insightful episode, Sharon shares valuable strategies for maintaining peace and navigating challenges with adult siblings and children. Whether you're looking to r…
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Frock horror! The ludicrous spectacle of the Met Gala; reluctant star Josh O’Connor takes the lead in a new film, Challengers; Catherine Carr talks to boys about sex, pornography and feeling isolated and vulnerable; and Philippa Perry responds to a reader who is child-free.By The Guardian
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Mother’s Day can trigger complex emotions no matter what kind of relationship existed. Today we talk about how the loss of a mother can affect us, and how we can grow through it. In This Episode: 02:58 – Recipe of the Week: Ex-Girlfriend’s Mom’s Salsa Fresca (Pico de Gallo) 03:56 – An Obituary to Remember: Lois Ann Harry 09:17 – The Physiology Behi…
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Brutally Honest. Achingly Authentic.In her author debut, Lindsey Kane Leaverton, has written the book she wished she had as she navigated countless trips through despair.She shares her heart and healing journey to help you raise your awareness, add tools to your toolkit, and find a way to laugh while you cry your way through a messy life.https://ww…
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What’s clearer: Practice is a way to make progress not to become perfect. What’s less important: Is being perfect or even trying to appear perfect to others. Resources 15 Signs of Childhood Anxiety - FREE pdf 5-Day Parenting Challenge **DISCLAIMER: The topics discussed in this podcast should be considered a matter of personal opinion. They do not r…
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Hey Dreamers The Regina’s Kids podcast presents Hey Dreamers This Week we discuss Coping with Mother’s Day without your Mother and how Hey Dreamer came about. Hosted By: MAXIE Join me weekly Where we will Push Our Dreams into the light. While Regina’s Kids Podcast is on a seasonal break. Maxi is going to take you on her journey of healing and motiv…
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"What now?" This is the question that today's guest Bridget asked herself after she and her family made the difficult decision to remove her 28-year-old son, Preston, from life support following his car accident while on a trip to Florida. Bridget had watched her own mother live through the nightmare of child loss when Bridget's 13-year-old brother…
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ONCE UPON A GENE - EPISODE 228 Strength In Unity - The Power of Consolidated Rare Disease Advocacy, Collaborative Breathroughs, and the Every Cure Initiative with Dr. David Fajgenbaum Dr. David Fajgenbaum is is a groundbreaking physician-scientist, disease hunter, speaker, and national bestselling author of Chasing My Cure: A Doctor's Race to Turn …
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This week I'm speaking with Dan Fischer, founder of One Last Wave Project. Dan's project caught my eye some years back and I've been besotted ever since. After Dan's father died, he turned to their shared love of adventure and nature. One day, Dan stuck a sticky note to a surf board with his father's name on it and the lightbulb moment happened. Th…
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Learn tips to stop judgment or criticism, which can destroy self-esteem and cause resentment and conflict in caregiving relationships. Caregiving expert Pamela D Wilson shares how to change your mindset and set expectations for interactions with family members that focus on appreciation, cooperation, and shared goals. Become a supporter of this pod…
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Janet Gwilliam-Wright , a grief awareness advocate and educator, shares her personal experience of losing her mother and how it shaped her life. She launched the Mother Love Project as a platform for motherless daughters to share their stories, and co-founded Bloomwell Partners, a global training and consulting firm working to build more compassion…
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In this episode, of The Broken Pack: Stories of Adult Sibling Loss, Dr. Dean speaks with Randye, a surviving sibling, who shares her deeply personal story of losing her brother Mitch to cancer over 45 years ago. Her experience challenges the notion that grief fades with time, highlighting the enduring nature of sibling loss and its profound lifelon…
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In this episode we discuss our typical daughter Chloe, yet in reality she is anything but typical. She is excellent and has shown us parts of life we would have missed without her. This discussion ended up being a bit more about the wild years when we decided to grow the family and chaos that we managed to survive with two young girls. We also touc…
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This episode has been brewing inside of me for several months, and it's finally time to release it. They say the only thing constant in life is change, and that's certainly been my experience. In this episode, I share the journey of the Grief With Grace Podcast, and why it's time to bring it to completion. Did I just say that? Yes, I did. It's very…
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Make sure and check out all of Kera's great resources at the links below! Please remember to Subscribe, rate, review the podcast. It really helps!!! Thank you! https://www.getgriefymagazine.com/ https://www.legacylettersjournal.com/ Virtual magazine link- https://issuu.com/legacylettersjournal Amazon links: https://amzn.to/4bHdx87 get Griefy 1 http…
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Sofie Hagen loves sex – so why has it been 3,089 days since she’s had any? (1m27s); A flat white can now set you back up to £5.19 – but should we swallow it? (25m13s); and psychotherapist and Observer columnist Philippa Perry addresses a reader’s personal problem (43m51s).By The Guardian
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The death of your sibling may receive little social acknowledgement, but the can affect you in many ways. Learn why it can have a profound and unique impact. This podcast is dedicated to Russell, the baby brother of Robert. In this Episode: 00:00 – Intro and Dedication 04:33 – Recipe of the Week: Two Brothers’ Chocolate Gobs 07:20 – Our Construct o…
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Host of one of the most popular podcasts on death, grief and loss, David Ferrugio comes into the work with a deep personal understanding of loss. His father (also David) died in the world Trade Center on 9/11 when David was only twelve years old. In this episode David shares some of his life philosophies, his appreciation for gallows humor and how …
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When a listener suggested that we talk about grandparents and grief, I thought that it would be a good topic for one of my Livestream episodes with Gwen, but I never realized how much I would learn myself. As you all know, Andy's 20th birthday was last week so I did not prep as much as I normally do for Livestream episodes. I did not have days of q…
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In our latest episode, we're joined by Melissa Crouch, my cherished youngest sister, who bravely shares her journey through the valleys of grief following the murder of my son, her nephew Carter. With raw emotion, she opens up about their close-knit relationship, the joyous moments they spent together, and the shattering day our world turned upside…
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The echo of loss resonates beyond what we can see, touching those who stand beside us in the shadows – our siblings. As we embark on our Sibling Series here at Warrior Moms, Amy and I hold space for the often-overlooked warriors who bear the weight of grief alongside us. The series unpacks the emotional odyssey of brothers and sisters who have expe…
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Lauren "Lolo" Paz, founder of A Soulful Sorrow, discusses the profound journey of grief and finding healing, meaning, and spiritual reconnection after pregnancy loss. She highlights the lack of resources and support for women navigating this complex terrain, and emphasizes the importance of a holistic approach to healing, addressing the physical, e…
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This week I'm talking about anticipatory grief. It's been a topic I've wanted to cover for some time, but never quite found the words to share my experience with it. I hope this episode can make all those who resonate with it be seen and heard in their experience! Big love, Amber x Follow and be part of The Grief Gang community: Enquire about Grief…
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WARNING: This episode discusses child loss, Fentanyl poisoning, and accidental overdose. Please listen with caution if you feel you may be activated by any of the content. (Sorry for the several alert tones. We were on a tight time schedule. No time to record again. They do not happen throughout the whole broadcast.) Tom welcomes Chris Ryan, a bere…
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It's an emotional bonus ep today folks, I'm sharing with you my London 2024 marathon experience and my takeaways from the day, and really what it's taught me about my own grief and resilience. Thank you all so much for your love, support and donations. You're the best! Big love, Amber x Follow and be part of The Grief Gang community: Enquire about …
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Beware of ‘Tetchy Rishi’ – the prime minister struggles to control his anger during the Rwanda bill press briefing (1m24s); David Harewood on acting, racism and mental health (9m08s); Phil Daoust’s surprisingly simple solution to insomnia hell (24m33s); and Stuart Heritage examines the dangerous fallout from Netflix’s Baby Reindeer (42m29s)…
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Inflammation can be a killer – how do we combat it? Together, diseases related to chronic inflammation account for 50% of deaths worldwide. The relation among obesity, inflammation, and metabolic syndrome is an interrelated mesh that can lead to an early death if we do not learn how to manage chronic inflammation. In this Episode: 00:00 – Our Spons…
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I have a fabulous guest on today’s episode. I connected with Vanja Banks through my karmic astrology mentor and past guest on the podcast, Vika Bradford. As Vanja says, she’s a healer who brings the cosmos down to Earth. (Be sure to read to the bottom because Vanja is offering my listeners some very generous discounts on her products and services 💖…
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In this episode, Susan discusses the anxiety and challenges that competition brings. Resources 15 Signs of Childhood Anxiety - FREE pdf 5-Day Parenting Challenge **DISCLAIMER: The topics discussed in this podcast should be considered a matter of personal opinion. They do not reflect professional advice. If you or your child is in need of mental hea…
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What a Day in the Life of a Hospital Chaplain who Sits with the Dying Teaches Us About GRIEF J.S. Park is a hospital chaplain, author, and online educator. For eight years he has been an interfaith chaplain at a thousand-plus-bed hospital that is designated a Level 1 Trauma Center. His role includes grief counseling, attending every death, every tr…
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Tara's teen daughter, Taylor was the kind of friend who made others feel like they were the most special person in the room. When Taylor tragically died in 2010 in a skiing accident, Tara says that the easiest decision that the family had to make was when they were asked, 'Your daughter is a beautiful candidate for organ donation; would you conside…
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