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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? My name is Reid and I'm the Creator of the Grief Refuge podcast. This is a resource for you to honor and help manage your grief. Through stories shared and reflective conversations, listeners feel comfort and support to find meaning, live with purpose, and heal their hearts. Grief can be so painful. It's my honor and passion to help people on their grief journey ...
 
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 ...
 
In this podcast series Eleanor Haley and Litsa Williams, the two mental health professionals behind the grief website What's Your Grief, seek to leave no stone unturned in demystifying the complicated and sometimes crazy experience of living life after loss. One digestible topic at a time, Haley and Williams distill topics ranging from grief theory to coping. Grievers and grief professionals alike will find their approach practical, relatable, informative and engaging. Grief is sad and confu ...
 
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 ...
 
Welcome to the gang...the one you never asked to be apart of. My name is Amber Jeffrey and I’m a 23 year old everyday girl! I lost my mum at 19, 3 years ago from a heart attack and it changed my world forever. My journey with grief has taught me many things, good and bad. This podcast has been created to normalise the conversation of grief amongst the younger generation and to let them know it’s okay to open about your grief and not feel ashamed. Your grief does not define you, but it is a p ...
 
Welcome to the Grief & Rebirth Podcast. Author and Trauma Survivor Irene Weinberg is here to encourage you wherever you are on your healing journey. In each episode, she chats with incredible grief and trauma specialists, healers, mediums, and celebs as well as remarkable people who have inspiring healing stories to share. If you’re looking for a podcast that’s both uplifting and inspiring, you’ve found it. Let us help you find your joy in life! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/griefa ...
 
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!)
 
Sisters in Loss podcast spotlights faith filled black women who share their grief and loss stories and testimonies. Black women experience miscarriage and stillbirth four times more than white women according to the NIH and CDC. Whether you have experienced a miscarriage, infant loss, stillbirth, are trying to conceive or have an infertility diagnosis, you will learn about resources and strategies to heal, gain clarity, peace, hope, and find an empowering path forward after loss. Join Erica ...
 
2020 Hit the majority of us in some major ways! Forced us to look at life differently and adapt to unforeseen circumstances fairly quickly. We were financially caught off guard, caught in a whirlpool of grief this year and it took a toll on our Whitted Minds. Join Us as we prepare for a better 2021!
 
Join CJ Williams for her biweekly podcast exploring life after a loved one dies. The grief that follows isn’t so easy, but guests on the show are making it through. Guests tell stories about themselves, the loved one they lost, and how they have managed the business of death. These are their stories told to you about sadness, grief, and the small victories that help them move forward. Sorry To Hear That is published bi-weekly on Wednesdays.
 
What does life look like after the funeral? After the divorce is final? After the diagnosis? Whether your loss is a person, a relationship, a job, a pet, or a dream, loss shapes who you are and how you choose to live in the world. Join Shelby Forsythia, Intuitive Grief Guide and author of Permission to Grieve as she explores the ideas, resources, and stories that help us "come back" to life after death, divorce, illness and more. New episode every Wednesday at 5:00pm Central Time.
 
Mary M. McCambridge (Mary Mac), a Grief and Bereavement Specialist, Coach, Speaker and Award-Winning Author of several works in her field, who established the Foundation for Grieving Children, Inc., and her podcast, The Mary Mac Show, lends her over 35 years' experience to comfort and educate those grieving the death of a loved one. Her show is recognized among the 10 Best Podcasts on Grief and Bereavement by several organizations. Your support of The Mary Mac Show is greatly appreciated. Vi ...
 
In 2011, journalist Mark Longley's daughter Emily was murdered when she was 17 years old. This three-part series tells the story of Emily's life, and her death. It examines death and its impact on us - how we mourn, how we cope, how we treat the grieving. We've interviewed people who have lost parents and partners, grandparents and children, and talked to friends, colleagues and academics to figure out why grief is so hard to process, why are we so awkward around those who are in pain, and w ...
 
Dr. Laura Call of the Day | 2020 Nominee • 15th Annual Podcast Awards - Kids & Family Category As one of the most popular talk show hosts in radio history, Dr. Laura Schlessinger offers no-nonsense advice infused with a strong sense of ethics, accountability, and personal responsibility; she's been doing it successfully for more than 40 years, reaching millions of listeners weekly. Her internationally syndicated radio program is heard exclusively on SiriusXM Radio's Triumph Channel 111, and ...
 
When my husband died in November 2019 from a respiratory disease, I felt extreme anxiety, fear, loneliness, depression, and isolation. To cope, I immediately turned to dark comedy. It was what my husband and I had used throughout most of his illness to make the tough times bearable. Now, I want to share this coping skill with you on my podcast, Death Is Hilarious. Join me, Tawny Platis, my co-host Sam Peterson, and our guests as we talk about using stories, friendship, and lots of really dar ...
 
We want to be people who believe in God’s goodness, no matter what. But what do we do when life is anything but good? When God doesn’t answer our prayers the way we’ve asked or imagined? Or when disappointments and loss dominate this season of our lives? No stranger to loss and longing, Kelly Streiff creates space to acknowledge deep pain and grief, while walking with us on a journey of becoming “Even If” people - people who stand firm in our faith even if God doesn’t show up the way we expe ...
 
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.
 
Thousands of people have been taught forms of Christianity that led them into more bondage than freedom. Why do we feel like we have been enslaved by the truth when it’s supposed to set us free? Join your hosts, Joe and Rachel Tenney, as they discuss how to fight disillusionment, and move forward in the hope of Jesus Christ. This is the Control Freak Christianity podcast.
 
A Swift Kick In The Ass, is a podcast about the forces that motivate us to create positive personal change. The thought provoking show discusses strategies to help the ordinary person achieve extraordinary change. The show was started in 2014 being hosted by lifelong friends John W. Curren and Tom Stewart. Tom died of brain cancer on 9/16/2020. John continues the quest to disrupt conventional thinking and find true freedom through living life on his terms.
 
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 ...
 
Mike Patterson from Leader Champions and The Mankind Project, Interviews Leaders, Professionals and those in the Struggle of Personal Growth. Discover how you can Heal Yourself and Others. Live in Mission and Create Change. Empower and Love Yourself, Lift those around you to find their Life’s Purpose. At times you will Laugh, Cry, Cringe, Scream or Freeze with Shame… But you will Feel Deeply as you Listen AND there is always something to Learn- Especially about Yourself.
 
Mobile therapist sharing modern musings on the human experience. Every week on the Trailercast, Elyse shares stories of hope, grief and everyday struggle inspired by her work as a therapist and her own life experiences. In an effort to give people a glimpse into the work of therapy and to see things from the other side of the couch, Elyse opens up about her beautiful and often intense work. She hopes this allows people to sift through their own stories with a little more grace and to invoke ...
 
Join co-hosts Danny and Chris as they get to know a bit about each other through the lenses of psychological grief and humor. Weighing in on everything from therapy to CatDog, Danny and Chris leave no stone unturned in the quest for finding humor in picking apart Danny's childhood of panic attacks, anxiety, and a batman swimsuit.
 
Christina Rasmussen, author of “Second Firsts” and “Where Did You Go?”, and founder of the Life Reentry Institute, has life-altering conversations with people of all walks of life who have impacted the world against all odds. They have faced great loss and extraordinary circumstances and used their grief and life lessons to transform their lives. Each week, Christina speaks with artists, athletes, astronauts, authors, chefs, and every day people to explore their hardest moments and how they ...
 
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When Derrick Kirk was six years old, he and his two sisters were removed from their home and placed in the foster care system. For Derrick, growing up in the orphanage gave him a window into a different way of life. Now a successful entrepreneur, Derrick started the Derrick Kirk Foundation and his podcast, My Thoughts With Derrick Kirk, to help oth…
 
Greg Wise and his sister Clare were as close as siblings come. They shared a bond from childhood to adulthood, so when Clare received a difficult cancer diagnosis, life for both of them changed. In this episode, Greg talks about his relationship with Clare through her illness and how he became her primary carer throughout the last three months of h…
 
This week on the podcast I am speaking with you about something that cannot be seen, cannot be felt directly, and cannot be acknowledged easily by yourself or others. This thing is also something that prevents you from healing and prevents you from what I call Life Reeentry. It can stop you from feeling joy, can contribute to feelings of anxiety, d…
 
Cooking With Grief is the comedy podcast that covers everything from history to science, pop culture to geography, and everything in between. Each week the two hosts each bring two topics they want to share with the other, in an internet show and tell. This episode is a special "deleted scenes" episode, full of bits that got cut for time but still …
 
Welcome back to another episode of The Grief Gang podcast! This week I was joined by Louisa Harris, the lady behind the account It's All About August. Louisa and her partner Liam sadly lost their baby girl August to Group B Strep, resulting in Louisa delivering August stillborn. We recorded this episode 4 months to the date of August's birth. I sat…
 
What does it mean to make love to grief? To welcome it into your body instead of casting it out like garbage? This week, I’m speaking to Sara Chizek about the sensuality and creativity that arrives when we practice the art of grief embodiment. After shutting herself off to the four-year-old girl who lost a father, her exploration of grief in her bo…
 
I don't know who NEEDS to hear this episode right now, but I hope it's a lot! Here's my interview with comedian Myq Kaplan, who manages to create humor out of the intersection of wordplay and philosophy. Enjoy an in depth discussion about the ways that human nature has us alternately hide/express our true feelings, and the power of truly connecting…
 
Jamie Clark’s remarkable talents include psychic intuition, mediumship, remote viewing, the ability to locate lost people and animals, and he is also known to be able to help people with business decisions. In addition, Jamie is the Author of the children's book, "The Adventures of Roko and Tookee, The Kids from Mars," the host of Psychic Evolution…
 
First off - The Widow Coaching Center subscription membership program is open until 9 p.m. EST on Sept. 24, 2020. So if you've been waiting to take that leap, go check it out at https://widowcoachingcenter.com Today's episode is a fantastic opportunity to Jamie's story first hand as she went through widowhood and started on that long journey back t…
 
The days after Andy's death were such a blur to me. Information came at me from all directions. In those days leading up to what should have been his first day of high school, we instead found ourselves in a funeral home, picking out a casket and a cemetery plot. I feel like much of the information that was shared with me I could not even absorb. O…
 
My regular listeners know that some of my biggest pet peeves as a bereaved parent are the well-meaning platitudes given by others to try to offer comfort. Comments like, 'she is in a better place' or 'everything happens for a reason' tend to make me irritated instead. One comment that I know that many moms can hear is, 'you are young - you can have…
 
Theme Park journalist Carlye Wisel joins us for the first time and she wants to know why, if Jordan Morris is only eating two slices of bread a week, he isn't choosing what she dubs "event bread." It's a good question but the heart wants what it wants and Jordan wants Dave's Killer Bread. Fuck you, Ezekial. Alison is off her game for the second wee…
 
I hope you are ready, because this Trailercast conversation is fire! We jump right in, and I’m so glad you get to listen in on this important work. I’m still reeling from how incredible it was to watch this amazing woman step into her power and strength. In this conversation, we talk about our stories of origin and the way that we often choose the …
 
Like it or not, everything you say to yourself matters. The inner critic isn’t harmless. It inhibits you, limits you, and stops you from pursuing the life you truly want to live. It robs you of peace of mind and emotional well-being and, if left unchecked long enough, it can even lead to serious mental health problems like depression or anxiety.…
 
October is Pregnancy, Infant and Child Loss Awareness Month. All month long we will honor our babies gone to heaven far too soon. This month is special because you get to hear from our Sisters in Loss Birth, Bereavement and Postpartum Doulas! Yes, you get to hear the ladies share their testimonies and stories to motherhood and why they became Siste…
 
15. In today's solo episode, Jill compares life as a grieving parent to a ride on a roller coaster. She reminds her listeners that roller coaster rides are temporary and points us to "the city that has foundations, whose designer and builder is God." (Hebrews 11:10) For more information about the While We're Waiting ministry, please visit our websi…
 
This week Cariad speaks to TV Presenter Sabrina Grant about her sister Raquel, who she lost to suicide. As ever they talk grief, acceptance + writing poems. You can follow Sabrina on twitter and instagram @TheSabrinaGrant. You can follow the Griefcast on twitter and instagram @thegriefcast. Griefcast is hosted by Cariad Lloyd, edited by Kate Hollan…
 
Join Dave Nassaney, The Caregiver's Caregiver, and his co-host, Adrienne Gruberg, as they interview author, mother of 4 and caregiver, Kathy Parry.. Like a rubber band, caregivers are stretched. But that stretch also fills us with energy. Learn tactics to be rubber band resilient. Kathy's youngest of four children is diagnosed with a mitochondrial …
 
Claudia Hammond explores unwanted touch and who we do and don’t mind touching us – and where. She draws on insights from the largest study that’s ever been conducted on the topic of touch – The Touch Test - commissioned by Wellcome Collection. Almost forty thousand people from all over the world chose to take part. Claudia discusses where we draw t…
 
The Deep acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work and live, and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging. Mikele is young, beautiful and smart. She is also a bulimic and has been since her early teens. In today's episode, Mikele shares her expe…
 
Do you struggle with anxiety? If so, you're definitely not alone. This year has seemed to trigger anxiety in many people, even those who have not experienced it in the past. Anxiety can cause you to feel paralyzed and hopeless, but there are ways to work through it. Our guest today, Amalia Andrade, is speaking on this topic! Amalia is an author, or…
 
In this episode of the podcast I have a conversation with my friend Martin Marks about conflict. Martin has worked with people all over the world for decades helping them work with conflict. As humans we cannot avoid conflict, although some of us try. There are some great tools to hear about, as well as Martin shares some compelling stories- Check …
 
Ann Marie Hancock is an award-winning journalist, radio personality and talk show host who has interviewed many famous people. Some of her favorites are Alan Alda, Minnie Pearl and Eva Gabor. She has appeared on Bertice Berry, Rolanda, NBC’s The Other Side, The Angel Show, and Inside Edition. Her newest book, aptly titled after her mother’s escapad…
 
Ben Sheehan is the author of OMG WTF Does the Constitution Actually Say? A Non-Boring Guide to How Our Democracy is Supposed to Work. His premise is simple: the constitution is the user manual for how our government is supposed to run—and it's a government for the people by the people meaning we're the ones who are supposed to be operating it—and y…
 
Join Caregiver Dave Nassaney, and his lovely co-host, Adrienne Gruberg, as they inter view Julie Potiker. Julie was born in Cleveland, Ohio. She received her bachelor's degree in general science from the University of Michigan and her JD from George Washington University. Potiker's life experiences inspired her to study mindfulness. She now teaches…
 
In Episode 46, we discuss the struggles we face from family and friends who don't understand our pain and grief. Additional Notes: Learn the Emotional Freedom Technique with Brad Yates. Marisa Peer's "Loving Yourself" and "I Am Enough" - these are wonderful videos - must watch! Meditation Videos to help you rest. Choose which resonate with you. www…
 
Paula Fontenelle is a journalist turned therapist who specializes in suicide prevention and supporting those who have had someone die of suicide. Paula's professional interest in this work is deeply rooted in personal experience. Her father died of suicide just over 15 years ago and his death set her on two parallel trajectories. Professionally, sh…
 
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