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Good Mourning shines a light on what grief is really like with honesty, hope and humour. Hosts Sally Douglas and Imogen Carn are two mates who are real, truthful, a little bit sweary and on a mission to help others feel less alone after loss. No topic is off limits as they speak to inspiring guests about all things grief and share tips and advice on how to cope from their community of fellow grievers across the globe. A grief support group in a podcast, it’s a space where you’ll feel underst ...
 
Stand Out Life is a podcast dedicated to living boldly in a busy world, with psychologist, Ali Hill. Throughout these podcasts we sit down with influential women - and a few good men - and chat about how they live a life of purpose while making progress. We dig into their stories, both the successes and the struggles and in doing so, we get some amazing insights into what it takes to live big and ultimately how they’ve found the wins in this crazy busy world. Let’s dive deep into what it tak ...
 
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Behind the stories we’re drawn to are the story-tellers who create them. The people who see (and sell) the intangible, who captivate our imagination, and make us gasp for breath, shed a tear, laugh out loud and want to share this experience with others.My guests on this episode are extraordinary story-finders, story-sharers, and story-tellers. I wa…
 
At the age of 33 Mel gave her entire divorce proceeds to charity because of a throwaway line by her ex-husband. From there she has built a multi-million dollar business and is driven to removing the taboo that money and to give everyone - especially women the drivers seat to their own financial success. This is an episode you don’t want to miss. Me…
 
Catherine Velisha is the director of one of the country's biggest horticulture operations Velisha Farms. It won’t take long for you to hear from this conversation that she’s a real go-getter. Having faced severe discrimination throughout her career as a strong female in a male dominated industry, she has smashed through the glass ceiling to build a…
 
Today we are sharing your experiences and tips on how to cope with Christmas when you’re grieving. PRE-ORDER our book Good Mourning: Honest Conversations About Grief and Loss here: booktopia.kh4ffx.net/9W5W25 Or if you’re in the UK, pre-order it here: https://tinyurl.com/3rwbz8r7 Connect with us Shop our affirmation cards for grief and loss at www.…
 
We are joined by one of the world’s most renowned psychic mediums and author of The Light Between Us and Signs: The Secret Language of the Universe, Laura Lynne Jackson. We talk about connecting with the other side, asking for and receiving signs, what soul groups are, her spiritual journey plus so much more. Stay tuned for some BIG news, and a mag…
 
Erin Deering is an Australian entrepreneur and co-founder of global swimwear brand, Triangl. From pioneering neoprene cuts and the influencer effect, Erin, alongside her co-founder, successfully grew Triangl into a USD$200 million-valued company that gained cult status with women around the world. In 2015, Erin broke onto the BRW Rich List as a res…
 
Today we are sharing your experiences and tips on parenting after a loss and talking to kids about grief, and Want to get involved with our next Grief Tip Tuesday? Follow us on Instagram at @goodmourningpodcast to find out how. Listen to our previous conversations with Julia Samuel here and Claire Bidwell Smith here that both touch on this topic. T…
 
In today’s episode, we share a raw and honest conversation with TikTok creator, Gwen Dudley. No stranger to grief in her life, Gwen’s partner, Duffy, died in 2021 from a fentanyl overdose. As a recovering addict herself, Gwen shares how we can all be better at understanding the connection behind past trauma, mental health, and addiction, as well as…
 
From banker to boots, Dani Holloway has a story to share. Growing up on a dairy-farm in Gippsland Victoria, Dani moved to Melb to study journalism and communication which ultimately landed her a role in the banking world. As often happens opportunity grows from frustration. Dani was navigating the wet weather in Melbourne - have grown up in gumboot…
 
Welcome to the Grievers Anonymous hotline, a new segment where we share your deepest, griefiest confessions and questions. Disclaimer: We are not medical professionals and the advice and responses that we'll be sharing throughout this episode are based on our own experiences and insights. If you're really struggling, we recommend that you do seek p…
 
We’re joined by Psychotherapist, trauma specialist, and author, Britt Frank. In this fascinating (and very funny) conversation, we discuss why we can become stuck in our lives (something we might feel after loss) and how we can break through it. Britt shares what trauma can look like, and how we can help ourselves when we’re coping with trauma and …
 
Shock is a side of grief that can be difficult to deal with, even after months or years. In this episode, we share our community’s experiences, tips, and advice on coping with shock after a loss. Want to get involved with our next Grief Tip Tuesday? Follow us on Instagram at @goodmourningpodcast to find out how. Connect with us Shop our affirmation…
 
We’re joined by fellow podcaster Meghan Judge to talk about how she rebuilt her life after hitting rock bottom. She bravely shares her experience dealing with multiple losses and a lot of trauma in her life, and how humour has been a key coping tool for difficult times. We also talk about the impact the death of her best friend Julie, had on her, w…
 
Today’s guest is story-teller, and in this conversation we travel across countries, stories, and experiences that will captivate you. Pip Drysdale is a bestselling author, musician and actor. She grew up in Africa, Canada, and Australia, became an adult in New York and London, and lives on a steady diet of coffee, dreams, and literature. Her debut …
 
Welcome to the Grievers Anonymous hotline, a new segment where we share your deepest, griefiest confessions and questions. Disclaimer: We are not medical professionals and the advice and responses that we'll be sharing throughout this episode are based on our own experiences and insights. If you're really struggling, we recommend that you do seek p…
 
Grief, it strikes all of us. Sometimes it creeps up and other times we experience it through sudden moments. Making the topic of grief more open and less awkward are two incredible friends. Sally Douglas and Imogen Carn are the creators and co-hosts of Good Mourning, a podcast and online support community on a mission to normalise talking about gri…
 
Be prepared to be blown away by today’s guest, Gold Logie-winning actor, breast cancer awareness advocate, and all-round legend, Samuel Johnson. He joins us to talk about why he left his acting career to fulfil his life purpose – and his sister Connie’s dying wish – to vanquish cancer in Australia. Through his incredible organisation, Love Your Sis…
 
Emma Carey is known as ‘The Girl who fell from the sky’. 9 years ago she was involved in a sky-diving accident whilst travelling through Europe, falling to the ground over 4.5kms - an occurrence that is so rare and the result of a split second circumstance. This accident left her paralysed and she shares her story and lessons about the pure ‘longin…
 
We share tips and advice from our community on how to cope with the admin following a death, aka “deadmin”, or be better prepared for its eventuality. Want to get involved with our next Grief Tip Tuesday? Follow us on Instagram at @goodmourningpodcast to find out how. Thanks to our sponsor for today’s episode, WillPro. Find out more about their ser…
 
The ‘C’ word - the big ‘C’ - that’s the topic of this episode. Of course I’m referring to confidence. Provocative?? When you consider how many of us wish we had more of it - yes it is. Mel Schilling is someone who has researched and worked in the field of confidence across her 20 year career. You might know her as the relationship expert on Married…
 
In today’s episode, we dive into the science behind how grief impacts the brain with a world-renowned neurologist, author, and widow, Dr. Lisa Shulman. Lisa is the Director of the University of Maryland’s Movement Centre and the author of Healing Your Brain After Loss: A Neurologist’s Perspective on Loss, Grief, and Our Brain. We talk about how los…
 
When it comes to medical drama’s we’ll often think about Grey’s Anatomy, ER or even House. What’s missing from these drama’s is the perspective of the female Doctor and the truth behind a medical system that truly needs an overhaul. Dr Neela Janakiramanan is a reconstructive plastic surgeon with expertise in complex hand and wrist surgery. She is a…
 
Welcome to the Grievers Anonymous hotline, a new segment where we share your deepest, griefiest confessions and questions. Disclaimer: We are not medical professionals, and the advice and responses that we'll be sharing throughout this episode are based on our own experiences and insights. If you're really struggling, we recommend that you do seek …
 
Many of you may remember today’s guest when he shot to fame in Australia in 2011 on The X-Factor. His biggest stage now though is facing a terminal diagnosis of brain cancer. His story and this conversation about how he’s facing this diagnosis is remarkable. When we talk about living boldly, Johnny Ruffo embodies this approach. Johnny has performed…
 
Our conversation today is with journalist, broadcaster, and author Indira Naidoo. She joins us to talk about the loss of her sister Manika and how she found solace and strength by being in nature. We discuss the shock that comes after a traumatic loss, the impact of sibling grief, and how family members cope differently. (TW: suicide mentioned) Buy…
 
Many of us dream of staying as young as possible as long as possible - the dilemma is which pills, potions, programs are going to help us doing this? Trained in paediatrics, Dr Norman Swan was one of the first medically qualified journalists in Australia, with a broadcast career spanning more than 30 years. He currently hosts Radio National's The H…
 
In this episode, we share tips and advice from our community on how to get through really griefy (aka sh*t) days, when it all feels too hard. As always, we hope the experiences of others help you feel less alone. Want to get involved with our next Grief Tip Tuesday? Follow us on Instagram at @goodmourningpodcast to find out how. Connect with us Fol…
 
Time. It’s seems to be moving quicker every year, it’s something we wish we had more of, and we are intrigued by those who you use it wisely. In this episode we’re going to dive into strategies and tools used by some of the worlds most successful people. Dr Amantha Imber is an organisational psychologist and founder of behavioural science consultan…
 
Want to know what it’s like to have a near-death experience? Then this conversation is for you. We’re joined by the near-death experiencer, author, and co-founder and President of the International Association of Near-Death Studies (IANDS), Kimberly Clark Sharp. She shares details of her near-death experience when she was 22 and the profound lesson…
 
When a jewellery maker and fashion designer joined forces to put on an event they’d actually want to sell their wares at in 2008 little did they know they were launching the start of a sustainable business. Brooke and Sarah are the co-founders of Finders Keepers, where communities come together to shop, explore and discover the very best from desig…
 
Welcome to the Grievers Anonymous hotline, a new segment where we share your deepest, griefiest confessions and questions. Got a griefy question you’d like us to unpack? Holding onto something that you want to get off your chest? Leave us a message here for a chance to feature on an upcoming episode of Grievers Anonymous. No names are mentioned – y…
 
We’re back with a new season! To kick off, we're joined by best-selling author, psychotherapist, and grief advocate Megan Devine, whose partner Matt died in 2009. We chat about the cultural narrative to make ‘meaning’ from loss (spoiler: you don’t have to), coping with shock, why our self-esteem takes a hit, navigating relationships, and setting bo…
 
Occasionally there are conversations that captivate you because of the unique way that an individual has faced a challenge and the choices they’ve made to change the dynamic. This conversation was one of those. Ben Bravery is on a mission to open up a conversation. A conversation between patients and doctors, between those experiencing illness and …
 
Indira Naidoo is one of Australia's most popular broadcasters and authors. Spending time with her for this conversation was an absolute highlight for me. During her thirty-year award-winning journalistic career, she has hosted and reported for some of the country's most distinguished news and current affair programs, including the ABC TV's Late Edi…
 
There’s a lot going on at the moment - and it’s possible - like me - your mind is feeling full. Do you wish you could give it a spring clean? Sort out the clutter? This episode’s guest is going to chat to us about how we might be able to do this. I’m smiling as I do this intro because I found this conversation with Jacqui Lewis as down to earth and…
 
Money, money, money. Research has shown that many of us would prefer to talk to our patterns about sex than we would to talk about money. In her late 30’s, Jess was the classic example of someone who knew a lot about money management in theory, but wasn’t so great at applying it in practice. Jessica Irvine is one of Australia’s leading economics jo…
 
Kemi Nekvapil is a long time friend of the podcast, we shared a conversation back in episode 44, in which she shares some of her background story. As a black child raised by five sets of white foster parents (some incredibly loving, some - not so much) she always felt that she had to prove her worth.In this conversation we shift more into Kemi’s me…
 
We’re joined by therapist and author of Anxiety: The Missing Stage of Grief, Claire Bidwell Smith to talk about the link between grief and anxiety. We also discuss: How to cope with worrying and catastrophic thinking Managing health anxiety PTSD and dissociation Anxious attachment Alcohol and anxiety Coping with anxiety around big life events Grab …
 
‘I look back in astonishment at what I achieved, and without disappointment. I wouldn’t change a thing.’ Only days after celebrating her 60th birthday I had the sheer privilege and delight of chatting with Lisa Curry - these words are on the back of her memoir ‘Lisa’ and her life is indeed an extraordinary one.Triple Olympian and wellness entrepren…
 
Ali Brahe- Dado’s book ‘Queen Menopause’ is the best friend that will walk you through the experiences, and questions that this time in every women’s life may bring up. Alison Brahe is a name - and a face you might remember from her days of modelling. In the 90’s she was best recognised as the cover model for Dolly magazine. Ali began her career as…
 
What happens when we die? It’s the question many of us ask. We’re joined by one of the world’s leading experts on Near-Death Experiences, Dr. Bruce Greyson, Professor of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences and author of After: A Doctor Explores What Near-Death Experiences Reveal about Life and Beyond. Bruce has been studying NDEs for over 50 ye…
 
Welcome to part two of our bonus sibling loss special. A massive part of sibling loss is feeling like your grief takes a backseat or that you have to push it aside to stay strong for other family members. If this is you, you’re not alone. In this episode we take a look at the shift in family dynamics, feeling like you have to remain “strong” for yo…
 
Have you lost a sibling but feel like a “forgotten mourner?” You are not alone. Welcome to part one of our bonus sibling loss special. Even though we share life-long and amazing bonds with our brothers and sisters, the grief of siblings is often under-acknowledged. We share the experiences and perspectives of our community on sibling loss and how i…
 
If you need a little bit of hope, solidarity, or a gentle reminder that you can get through really tough sh*t, this episode is for you. We get personal on our journeys with grief to date and look back on how it has evolved. We answer your big questions on things like how we live alongside grief, the biggest changes we’ve noticed, how long the shock…
 
In 2009 today’s guest wrote a blog post (remember those things - blogs…). The blog was shared worldwide and by 2012 had been read by eight million people - talk about going viral. So then it became a best selling book, translated into 32 languages. Bronnie Ware is now tethered to this book ‘The Top Five Regrets of the Dying’. Her story though - fro…
 
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 grief is a sneaky b*tch, and to manage the fear and anxiety that …
 
Mother's Day can be a tough one to get through, so this is a bumper episode packed full of solidarity for you, no matter what you're situation – if you are remembering your mother, child, grandmother, a mother figure, an estranged relationship or longing to be a mum this Mother’s Day. We share your tributes, tips on how you cope, and your favourite…
 
In today’s episode, we are exploring all things widowhood and what it’s like to find love again after losing your significant other. Our guests Nikki Shah and Nick Kelly met and fell in love after both being widowed years apart, and they joined us to candidly share their experiences. Nikki’s partner, Mike, died from cancer in January 2018. Nick’s w…
 
Dr Elise Bialylew is the author of #1 bestselling book, The Happiness Plan, and founder of Mindful in May, the world’s largest online global mindfulness fundraising campaign. I’ve admired Elise’s work for a number of years now and excited to share this conversation with you all. A doctor trained in psychiatry, turned social entrepreneur and mindful…
 
Oprah has endorsed her work as revolutionary and life-changing. Whether you are a parent, or find yourself around kids, or have friends with kids then you’ll get so much out of this converation. Dr. Shefali Tsabary’s ground-breaking approach to mindful living and parenting has taken her books to the top of the NY Times best-sellers list. Dr. Shefal…
 
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