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Pain is a signal that something is wrong. But what if the cause of that pain cannot be relieved? What if we must learn to live with it? Sarah Shockley found herself in just this situation. The condition which was causing constant, debilitating nerve pain could not be completely corrected. So Sarah set out to learn all she could about ending the ...…
 
FIUR 468 / Eddie Halliwell's weekly Fire It Up radio show.
 
Danna Schaeffer's life was good. She and her husband were happy with their work, and especially happy about the rising stardom of their daughter, Rebecca. But their world fell apart when their daughter was murdered by a stalker. It would be many years before Danna, a playwright, would create You in Mid Air, and play about loving, and losing Reb ...…
 
FIUR 467 / Eddie Halliwell's weekly Fire It Up radio show.
 
When Brittany Maynard was diagnosed with a virulent brain tumor, she investigated what might help her and how the end would look if nothing helped. What she learned about how that end would likely unfold scared her more than anything. She searched for a way to stay in her home state of California and still experience a gentle, pain free death w ...…
 
LaUra and Aimee explain their 10 step program that leads to psychosocial resilience from systemic existential threats. They acknowledge the importance of looking inwardly to engage outwardly. This program was originally created by LaUra during her Environmental Humanities Graduate program at the University of Utah and after Aimee moved to… Cont ...…
 
FIUR 466 / Eddie Halliwell's weekly Fire It Up radio show.
 
The prison population is aging and with the longer sentences of recent years, more and more prisoners are dying without ever being released. How are they cared for? Is there anyone there to comfort or witness them in the final hours of their lives? There is a movement afoot to train other prisoners to offer care and compassion at the end of lif ...…
 
In episode 5, Aimee and LaUra dive into their definition of grief and reflect on its importance for establishing individual resilience. This episode is inspired by a question from Chelsie, a listener in New York. If you like what you’re hearing and want to support our work, please consider becoming… Continue reading The post Episode 5: Why Grie ...…
 
FIUR 465 / Eddie Halliwell's weekly Fire It Up radio show.
 
What does it take to forgive and then form a relationship with the man who murdered your father? Margot Van Sluytman lost her dad in an armed robbery when she was 16. She immediately wanted to know the man who had taken him from her. But she had many miles of grief to travel before that day would come. She needed to walk her grief and she used ...…
 
In this episode, Aimee and LaUra share some tools they use to re-engage in activism when the despair seems suffocating. The question was prompted from a listener, Brooke. They explore what activism means, a correlation between mental health issues and activism, and what they’ve learned about the importance of tending… Continue reading The post ...…
 
FIUR 464 / Eddie Halliwell's weekly Fire It Up radio show.
 
Laura Davis has written about pain and healing her whole life. From her book The Courage to Heal to I Thought We'd Never Speak Again, she has offered help and hope to a wide community of people determined to find their way through their challenges. But what did she experience when her own loss, the decline and death of her mother, demanded more ...…
 
FIUR 463 / Eddie Halliwell's weekly Fire It Up radio show.
 
What finally causes us to begin to explore the impact of death in our lives? For Cathy Zheutlin it was the deaths around her. As her mother's partner and several friends moved towards the end of their lives, she watched how they found their way to full living regardless of their failing health. As a person who seeks answers she became curious a ...…
 
LaUra and Aimee explain the origins of the Good Grief Network. From friends as undergraduates at Central Michigan University to creating the network in Salt Lake City, they chat about the need to talk about and move through grief. How do we as activists, writers, scientists not give into despair?… Continue reading The post Episode 3: WHY Good G ...…
 
FIUR 462 / Eddie Halliwell's weekly Fire It Up radio show.
 
The death of Erica Buist's father-in-law sent her into a tailspin. The world suddenly seemed unpredictable and unsafe. She was unable to find her own ground and began to devise ways to stay in her apartment, working at home and avoiding the world. But somehow through that time, she became intensely curious about death itself. Why don't we talk ...…
 
FIUR 461 / Eddie Halliwell's weekly Fire It Up radio show.
 
In Episode 2 of the “WHY?!? A Good Grief Network Podcast,” LaUra and Aimee discuss what it means to “show up” in our lives, as activists, and for others. Aimee reflects on Step 9: “Show Up” from our Psychosocial Resilience Program. Additionally, we explore Brené Brown’s newest episode on On… Continue reading The post Episode 2: Showing Up & The ...…
 
In the western world in the past 30 years, conversation has opened up about grief, illness and death. On the front lines, Susan Barber has witnessed it all and been behind the scenes for its major milestones, including many years producing events for Stephen and Ondrea Levine (Who Dies, Healing into Life and Death). What does she have to tell u ...…
 
FIUR 460 / Eddie Halliwell's weekly Fire It Up radio show.
 
HAPPY EARTH DAY! Welcome to Episode One of the WHY?!? A Good Grief Network Podcast. Each week, Aimee Lewis-Reau and LaUra Schmidt answer questions about their progress on their book. Check out our Patreon page and consider supporting us! Resources named during the show: Books: Ernest Becker. Escape From Evil… Continue reading The post Episode 1 ...…
 
Losing a loved parent leaves us feeling displaced and unmoored, unsure where home is. But what if that parent has died a world away, soon after you have left her? Not long after Uma Girish moved to the U.S. her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer in India. Navigating her illness and death, and then grief was especially challenged at such a ...…
 
FIUR 459 / Eddie Halliwell's weekly Fire It Up radio show.
 
Breaking the silence to talk about the end of life is sometimes hard, but can also be compelling. For those who have had experience with people facing the end of their lives, the conversation is crucial. And if you work with people at the end of life, it is essential. After working as a physician in hospice and palliative care for nearly her wh ...…
 
FIUR 458 / Eddie Halliwell's weekly Fire It Up radio show.
 
What is it about deep loss and devastating life circumstance that sometimes hones our compassion? Perhaps we become aware of others who suffer as we do. Perhaps we come to feel there is nothing left but opening to compassion's mysteries. And perhaps compassion finds us at a desperate moment where nothing else works. For Virginia Sampson, it was ...…
 
FIUR 457 / Eddie Halliwell's weekly Fire It Up radio show.
 
With life experience, particularly loss experience, do we sometimes become more interested in connection, communication and compassion? For Barbara Gaughen-Muller, this is true. Her life work in facilitating meaningful conversation has sustained her through many of life's most difficult trials, including the death of her beloved husband. Join u ...…
 
FIUR 456 / Eddie Halliwell's weekly Fire It Up radio show.
 
After a loss, it can come as a surprise that we still feel love for and feel connected to the person who is no longer in this world. How do we continue to find ways to carry out that relationship in our everyday life? Author Allison Gilbert, out of her own losses, began to find ways to creatively and joyfully connect with her loved ones, making ...…
 
FIUR 455 / Eddie Halliwell's weekly Fire It Up radio show.
 
When John Brooks daughter jumped to her death from the Golden Gate bridge, his grieving mind searched for answers. He had thought she was a well-adjusted, normal teen, successful and getting ready to go to college. But how could she have done this if that was true? He set out to try his best to understand what had driven her and, in the process ...…
 
FIUR 454 / Eddie Halliwell's weekly Fire It Up radio show.
 
After many other losses, Brent Green prepared to lose the last member of his family of origin, his sister. As the family sat with her, a wise chaplain introduced questions that opened up a new way for Brent to think about loss, death and its impact on living. During his grief, these questions continued to occupy him and led to his latest book, ...…
 
FIUR 453 / Eddie Halliwell's weekly Fire It Up radio show.
 
All over the world people are experiencing losses. Losed jobs, lost friendships, lost loved ones and more. What separates those who get through grief and come out better than before, is how we look at grief and how we work through it.
 
As Claire WIneland waits for the lung transplant she now needs, we re-air an interview with her. How does it feel to live with life-limiting illness from your first day? How does it influence the way you look at the world and what you believe. And what is the impact of living with an illness that so many people die of, to be close, from an earl ...…
 
FIUR 452 / Eddie Halliwell's weekly Fire It Up radio show.
 
At the heart of the Lavender Pen tour of October, 2017 was a recognition that none of us are free until we are all free. One way participants connected LGBTQ oppression with the oppression of people of color and other marginalized communities was watching the film From Selma to Stonewall, which explores the intersection of the fights for Africa ...…
 
FIUR 451 / Eddie Halliwell's weekly Fire It Up radio show.
 
A tour which began from a desire to offer solace and inspiration to communities under attach became, also, an inspiration to those who participated and to people across the country. Capturing the imagination of many communities, the Lavender Pen tour attracted a full concert of people dedicated to capturing the tour for history. Most important, ...…
 
FIUR 450 / Eddie Halliwell's weekly Fire It Up radio show.
 
After the presidential election of 2016, two choir directors were looking for a way to take action. The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus thought a tour of the southern states might give the choir an opportunity to offer solace and call attention to anti LGBTQ legislation. The Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir was moved by the message of inclusion a ...…
 
FIUR 449 / Eddie Halliwell's weekly Fire It Up radio show.
 
The war between so-called pro-choice and pro-life forces in America seem divided beyond repair. But where does that leave women who have made the often painful and important decision to have an abortion? As Kassi Underwood says, they are left with a choice between regret and relief, with few opportunities to talk about the experience and feel s ...…
 
FIUR 448 / Eddie Halliwell's weekly Fire It Up radio show.
 
When therapist Nisha Zenoff's 17 year old son died, her extensive training in supporting clients in grief suddenly felt inadequate. She entered a new world that called everything into question. Putting one foot in front of another, time passed and she came through the worst initial grief and became especially well prepared to support other pare ...…
 
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