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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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As I Live and Grieve

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As I Live and Grieve

Kathy Gleason, Stephanie Kendrick - CoHosts

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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 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.
 
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Grieve With Ease

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Grieve With Ease

Martika Whylly: Counsellor and Podcaster

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Death is no stranger to podcast host and author, Martika Whylly. Experiencing her mother's suicide at the tender age of 15, her grandma's death two years later, followed by her uncle dying in a car accident shortly after, her father passing from AIDS and a cousin who hung herself, Martika found her life work being defined not so much by desire but by design. "Suffering a loss can make you feel like your whole world has collapsed, yet even in the deepest despair, there’s always hope," is a mo ...
 
Hi I’m Megan Hillukka. A Grieving mother, turned grief coach, I now support, guide, and offer tools to navigate the unthinkable of child loss to other moms who also know this pain. I help you go from feeling empty, lost, and broken, to learning to carry your grief and live alongside it. If there’s one thing I want you to see, it’s hope. Hope that there’s life after loss, hope that there’s so much more for you, and encouragement that you are normal. All of this is possible, along with never f ...
 
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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 death of one’s child is a grief like no other. As a bereaved parent, part of your very being has been cut off from you, and you must figure out how to live with that part of you missing. You will never be the same, but you can have hope that your life can still have meaning and purpose again, as you learn to live in a way that honors the life of your child instead of being stuck in the deep grief of his or her death. The Grieving Parents Sharing Hope podcast is an outreach of the nationa ...
 
RESILIENT PEOPLE is an original podcast hosted by Janet Fanaki. Listen in on stories of EXTRAordinary people around the world who are admired for their resilience. They are people like you and me. Each episode features a unique story, with guests who have overcome a major challenge and are creating something to help others be resilient too. Their stories are inspirational and relatable. Each episode will leave you with a new sense of how to move forward through life's twists and turns. Join ...
 
We started Someone To Tell It To in 2012, and all along, our philosophy has been to listen. Because our mission is to "cultivate meaningful connections through compassionate listening and train others to do the same," we thought it might be best to highlight both aspects—listening and training—in a podcast. Both listening and training continue to catalyze this global listening movement where Someone's voice is being heard, Someone is being reminded that they matter, and Someone doesn't need ...
 
"Bereaved But Still Me" is a podcast for the bereaved community that was formerly known as "Heart to Heart with Michael." As we entered Season 5, we decided to rebrand our podcast to make it easier for the bereaved community to find us. We are happy to announce that "Heart to Heart with Michael," was nominated for a 2020 WEGO Health Award. "Heart to Heart with Michael" was a finalist in the Health Podcast category. This was a great honor for our podcast."Bereaved But Still Me" is a product o ...
 
This show is all about how to optimize your quality of life! Options for physical and mental health and wellness, from conventional to alternative and everything in-between. With local and international guests as well as additional content. Deep discussions about topics around life. Personal stories of struggle and success, background information, education and inspiration for personal health and wellness. Delivered in an uplifting and sometimes fun way. My motto and that for my show is: "If ...
 
Emotional Badasses are survivors, thrivers, seekers, and healers! Expand and awaken to your higher purpose, be more present and authentic, find strength in spirituality, quiet the monkey mind of modern society with meditation, and connect deeply with yourself and safe others. We let go of what doesn't serve us to heal old wounds, find our voice guilt-free, and learn to be the hero in our own story, embrace guerrilla self care, and laugh with lightness on the self development path. This show ...
 
Open and honest discussions with wise and skillful teachers about their experiences with life, death, and Buddhism. If you wonder how others on the path have dealt with death and dying and grief, be sure to listen in. Everyone has a story, a perspective, and a valuable lesson to share. Embrace death, live a full life, and learn to love impermanence because nobody gets out of this alive.
 
This podcast was created to give a voice to those who have lost someone close to them from an accidental overdose. Parents, spouses, sisters, brothers and others will be interviewed to celebrate the life of their loved one who died from an overdose and to remember this person as more than their addiction. We will explore how others cope and pass on this information to those who are grieving and feel they have nowhere to turn. Unfortunately, there are many out there and the numbers are growin ...
 
The disruptor in storytelling. Grief is often treated like a Taboo. I want to talk about my journey through fighting my struggles with grief and pain. How I began my journey and how I keep finding my way to happiness and joy. The REAL NARRATIVE I explore and navigate through the Self Narrative with people that have interesting stories to share about their experiences in life and dealing with grief. ***Real People***Real Stories*** Really Voices*** Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thes ...
 
I am a Life & Relationship Coach and I help people that have recently gone through a divorce or ended a relationship. I work specifically on teaching my clients the process of healing. I give each person that I work with the emotional support they need to not only heal and survive what they have been through but to also THRIVE in their new life.
 
Mary M. McCambridge (Mary Mac), is 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., her weekly podcast, The Mary Mac Show, and The Mary Mac Store offering products and gifts for the bereaved. She has endured many deaths of family and friends to drunk drivers, accident and illness, including the murder of her 11 year-old stepdaughter and lends her over 35 years' experience to ...
 
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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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531pi

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531pi

Pacific Media Network

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531pi has served our Pacific communities since 1993 with a blend of news, views, information and talk back - all combined with a music mix you'll hear nowhere else. During the day, our programmes cater to first and second generation Pacific migrants. After 6 pm, our nine community language programmes serve a different Pacific island each night.
 
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Dead Parent Club

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Dead Parent Club

Anna Toonk, Bridget Badore, Jordan Sondler

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Dead Parent Club is a space to explore the isolating and sometimes ugly feelings that we all experience after the loss of a parent. Your hosts, Anna, Bridget, and Jordan believe that everyone is an expert in their own grief, and while they don’t have the answers, they use their personal journeys to guide you through topics of memory, trauma, creative expression, mental health, and family structures. Every week you will hear from your hosts, experts, and fellow members of the club as they dis ...
 
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In Episode 104, we discuss what to expect during the holiday season after a loved one's death and how to help ourselves through the pain and overwhelm. Additional Notes: Please visit my corresponding blog for Episode 104 - https://marymac.info/2021/11/28/the-mary-mac-show-preparing-for-the-holiday-season-i-grief-podcast-ep104/ - to find show notes …
 
Our words can bring life to those around us, but our words can also be poison and bring intense hurt to those who are most vulnerable. For all of us, it is only a matter of time that we will find ourselves in situations where we can be an incredibly loving presence during times of intense grief. Would you join along with me tonight as we explore th…
 
We're back with another minisode on Don Mancini's new series, Chucky (2021)! In our spoiler-filled discussion of the seventh episode, we discuss Junior's transformation, Bound and......The Go-Gos? Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, Letterboxd and/or Facebook, or join the Facebook Group to get in touch …
 
Most road trips are well planned, but occasionally they are not. Some things in life are planned, but losing a child is definitely an unplanned part of our life's journey. Today's guest, Jill Theriault, has been on this journey as a bereaved parent for over 20 years after her two-year-old son, Nathan, died from meningitis. In this episode, Jill com…
 
Imagine being told you have cancer. But then imagine being told you have cancer for which there was no cure. At that moment, in an instant, life is forever changed. And, although many people hear the words "You have cancer" every single day, fewer hear that the type of cancer they have will, without a doubt, kill them. That is unless a cure is foun…
 
Summary: Losing a spouse is devastating, losing two is, for many, incomprehensible. Shifting roles in parenting, maintaining routine for your children, and moving through grief is shared candidly by our guest today, James LaVeck. Episode Notes: James LaVeck was widowed twice before he was 48. He first started writing about his loss and grief in 199…
 
Sherrie talks about her losses, discovered that grief doesn’t have to last forever and what to say or do when someone is in grief. In this episode of the podcast, we talk about how or what to say to those who are grieving and the effects of how others react to someone else’s loss. Sherrie wrote a book called How Can I Help? to guide us through, wha…
 
It is heard both in song and in general conversation that this is 'the most wonderful time of the year.' For those of us who are grieving, however, nothing can be further from the truth. We often approach this holiday season with feelings of dread, rather than excitement. We fear that our loved ones will not understand the pain that the holiday sea…
 
Episode Pointers : Using the word AND, helps expand your energy, awareness, and opens up things for your brain to register in a way that’s pretty amazing. We don’t have to live in black and white. Let’s add the AND in there. I’m feeling lighter today, AND I still miss and love my child. I’m feeling lighter today, AND I’m so grateful I have a moment…
 
Jason loved learning and was a joy to be around. He dreamt of being a pilot and set out on his life’s journey. However, during his first college semester, he broke his elbow, was placed on pain medication and everything changed. He dropped out of college and spent many years in the throes of addiction. His mom, Dianne, dreaded getting “the call” an…
 
"What is a father's love in comparison to a mother's love?" is a question that from time to time is presented by both father's advocates and feminists. An open mind would answer that there is no comparison and that the two "loves" are equally important. Travis Peterson is a children's book author and book designer. He is the author of Ada and the H…
 
Gertrude Price (aka Sister Price) “spent her life restoring the spirits of people, their own lives were important to her”, said Dr. Nicole D. Price, my guest for podcast episode 43, “Seeking Restoration While Grieving”. Nicole is a second time guest on Real Grief - Real Healing with Mindy Corporon. In episode 14, “Faith is Critical” we discussed th…
 
Shelley Knight was puttering through life for 30 years as a healthcare worker, and her nursing career exposed her to death, loss and change. On the home front, she lost her grandparents, a good friend, her father and aunt, and then a journey of infertility. Grieving these losses, Shelley learned how to make small positive […]…
 
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