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Funny people talking about death and grief, a podcast. Hosted by Cariad Lloyd. Podcast of the Year 2018 / Best Podcast ARIA 2018 / Rose D'or Nominee 2019 You Are Not Alone Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/griefcast.
 
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.
 
Welcome to The Grief Gang podcast, the show normalising the topic of conversation that is grief. Grief is something that inevitably we will all experience in our life, so why aren't we talking about it? This show was created to break down those taboos by sharing my own experiences of loss along with phenomenal guest episodes sharing theirs too. You will laugh, you will cry, but above all I hope that you learn from this show. I hope you learn that you are never alone in your feelings and that ...
 
Anyone who loves, stands a chance to lose. But everyone experiences loss in their own unique ways. Mera Wala Grief, a podcast hosted by RJ Stutee, offers a safe space for those dealing with grief; for those trying to find themselves all over again. Because, God knows, we need more such spaces, especially now, amidst the pandemic. This is a Fever FM production, brought to you by HT Smartcast.
 
The Mindfulness and Grief Podcast series, hosted by author and thanatologist Heather Stang, features compassionate insights for coping with grief and life after loss. Designed for bereaved people and grief professionals, you will learn how a mindful approach to grief can help you deal with difficult emotions, cultivate self-care and self-compassion, and honor the relationship that remains. May these teachings be of great benefit. To learn more about Mindfulness and Grief visit the website at ...
 
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 ...
 
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 and reflective conversations shared on this podcast, 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 the ...
 
After the death of her parents within 2 years of each other, trauma therapist, writer and podcast host Meghan, found herself on the receiving end of the same treatments she used with her own clients. In complement to her writing on the popular blog "Grief Is My Side Hustle," Meghan and her guests discuss how little education and support we have been been historically given in grief and explore the question she hears most often in her office, "aside from crying, what does it mean to grieve?'
 
Why don’t we openly discuss grief if ultimately everyone will experience it?Spoken Grief is here to unapologetically talk about grief. Your host, Shuma Rouf lost her mum in 2015. She is here to share her experience and stories from people of all walks of life. This is a safe space for everyone to feel a little less alone in their grieving journey, but it’s here to raise awareness too. So whether you’re grieving or not, join in on the conversation. Instagram (@SpokenGrief) Email: spokengrief@ ...
 
Cooking With Grief is a podcast where two glorious morons share facts, stories and titbits they've found interesting, an internet Show & Tell. Topics range from science to history to current events, and pretty much anything else, all discussed and dissected with complete irreverence and absolutely no desire to be serious. The facts are sound, the understanding is tenuous, and the jokes - well, that's subjective. Enjoy! "A witty and unique podcast on current events and the world around us." - ...
 
Most people don't learn about death until they have to. Brooke's father was diagnosed with cancer and was in hospice six months later. Through this podcast Brooke is building the resource she couldn't find when she was looking for comfort. The goal of this podcast is to better equip us to talk about grief, death, and loss by exposing people to different stories about loss and providing practical advice that relates to end-of-life. Note that you don't need to listen to the episodes in order. ...
 
Sisterhood Through Grief is a collaborative group of women, who lost their spouses and bonded through their grief support group. While we are not licensed therapists or doctors, we are all women who have gained knowledge and wisdom from the journey of grief we endured and survived. We will share what we suffered, encountered, and conquered during our journeys and impart raw truth about grieving. We'll offer compassionate support by providing empathy and validating one's grief. Knowing you ar ...
 
My name is Darwyn M. Dave, and I lost my father in April of 1978 when I was just 10 years old. Even though that was a long time ago, I have realized that I'm not "over" his death, but in fact I'm still dealing with it. I've started the Dealing With My Grief podcast to discuss how I have been coping with grief and bereavement since that time. It is my hope that in creating this space I am able to connect with others who have lost someone close to them and in some small way help them deal with ...
 
Life After Child Loss is a personal and deep podcast with focus on, not only my journey, but the journey of other parents all over the world who have lost children of various causes and reasons. It's the grief many don't understand and other's aren't willing to talk about. An in depth, uncensored talk about parent's trying to live a life after they lose their child. Walk with me as I take you on my journey of twists, turns, highs and lows of fighting from merely existing to living, but also ...
 
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 ...
 
The world renowned Grief Burrito Gaming Podcast delves deeper into the topics you need answers to! Whether that's the new video gaming trends, the most incredible films or the strange paranormal occurrences that plague the world we live in. Harrison Wild (the pod daddy long legs) drags Jordan Shenton and his wonderful beard through the land to interview incredible guests in all realms of creativity! Destiny game creators, internet animators, Hazbin Hotel sound designers and even Star Wars ve ...
 
Welcome to the GOOD GRIEF, PEOPLE! Podcast hosted by Missy Gaspard and Lori Miggins…two women who met accidentally on purpose. They were originally brought together by a shared desire of health but quickly realized their connection was one of something much bigger, it was about grief - one as a child who lost her mother and father, and one as a mother who lost a child. Through their shared experience with death, they developed an unbreakable bond built on truly living - with pure joy, unwave ...
 
If you love deep conversations and learning something new, then get ready to love this podcast. Grief is a Sneaky Bitch creator and host Lisa Keefauver brings her deep curiosity, love of conversation, and knowledge of how language and culture shapes our experiences of ourselves and our world (including our grief) to each unscripted conversation. From CEO’s and social workers to authors, educators, filmmakers and stay-at-home moms, her guests open up about the complexity, confusion, and even ...
 
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 ...
 
Death affects us all. Yet it is still the last taboo in our society, and grief is profoundly misunderstood. Hosted by Julia Samuel – a grief psychotherapist with over twenty five years’ experience of working with the bereaved – we hear stories from those who have experienced great love and loss – and survived.
 
Struggling with grief? Losing a loved one is a hard and long journey. Let’s “break the silent struggle” around grief. Come sit with Debra Hester as your host and explore the changing seasons of grief. Learn what she did and didn't write in her book about her grief journey: My Backyard Garden, A Memoir of How Love Conquers Grief. Take away some insights for your own journey or to help someone else. #empathyforgrief If you're struggling with the death of a loved one or want to show empathy not ...
 
The True Grief Podcast is present by the Compassionate Friends Queensland. This is an organisation that offers peer to peer support for people who have lost children, siblings or grandchildren. If you have sadly lost someone close to you or you are a friend, colleague or business trying to support a grief-stricken person we hope these conversations will give you an insight on how to help. These conversations will include conversations on grief, interviews with experts and advice for helping ...
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 20 recordings of After Long Grief by Madison Cawein. This was the Weekly Poetry project for July 22, 2012.Madison Cawein was a poet from Louisville, Kentucky. His father made patent medicines from herbs. Cawein thus became acquainted with and developed a love for local nature as a child. His output was thirty-six books and 1,500 poems. His writing presented Kentucky scenes in a language echoing Percy Bysshe Shelley and John Keats. He soon earned the nickname the ...
 
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 ...
 
Grief Encounters is a weekly podcast series that looks at an issue that affects us all and yet remains so difficult to talk about: grief. Hosts Venetia Quick and Sasha Hamrogue hope to open up the conversation around loss and create a modern platform for people to share their own experiences, and start an open dialogue around the subject of death and all that comes with it.
 
The Grief Massage Conversations podcast is a place for you to listen and learn about the relationship between grief and the body, how Grief Massage and other forms of bodywork may be a support during times of loss, and how massage therapists and other healers can learn to create and hold safe space for those who are grieving. This show is hosted by Aimee Joy Taylor, creator of the Grief Massage modality and founder of The Institute for Grief Massage Inc. Each week, Aimee will share commentar ...
 
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 ...
 
Welcome to Grief Is My Superpower, the podcast created to help young people & adults through grief. For each episode, award-winning children’s author, Mark Lemon (@marklemonofficial), speaks with inspirational people that get open & honest about their own experience with grief. Mark draws on his own loss and the murder of his father to help others suffering from the death of a loved one. Please subscribe, rate and leave us a comment. This will help us to reach more people in need of support ...
 
Have you recently lost a loved one? Are you struggling with grief? Don’t understand why the world has moved on and you are stuck? Wondering what will help? Have you lost all hope you will get back to any kind of “normal”? Hope Thru Grief features co-hosts Marshall Adler & Steve Smelski discuss their journeys of grief, after losing their sons and other family members. They have changed their focus in life since their son’s deaths and have been helping others to find the support and answers th ...
 
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This week we are joined by private counsellor, David Pope. In this special episode we talk about David's grief journey (through the loss of his parents) and how this became a career for him as a specialist in depression, anxiety and bereavement counselling. David shares insights from his work and offers a huge range of advice for the various stages…
 
Caitlin Garvey's mother died in June of 2008, the summer after Caitlin's freshman year of college. Many years later, Caitlin decided to interview a series of people closely tied to her mother's illness and end of life. Those interviews, interspersed with Caitlin's memories and reflections, were recently published as The Mourning Report. We talk wit…
 
E3 2021 is here and Hazz is joined by Stu from Shart Select and Ryan from Pixi Podcast! Xbox, Sony, Nintendo, Ubisoft, Bethesda and many more are here this weekend to show off their latest projects and we can't wait to see which games we'll be getting to play soon on our Xbox Series X, PS5 and Nintendo Switch Pro! On today's episode the bois are ru…
 
In episode 49, bereaved father Eric Hodgdon explores how he leads a life of intention in the wake of incredible pain over the death of his daughter, Zoi, who died by suicide. He shares his fond memories of a loving and fun girl who was a sweet, supportive peer to those who knew her. Family, friends, and patients who traveled their mental health pat…
 
Like many daughters out there Stutee Ghosh and Barkha Dutt too lost a parent to the on-going pandemic. How to they come face to face with this feeling of being orphaned? How do they deal with this gaping hole left in their lives by their beloved fathers? How do they find the purpose to carry on? Come, listen in.…
 
In today’s episode, we are talking all about finding connections in your life. When going through grief, it is so important that you find a connection with other people, with other grief warriors, and even with those that you have lost. This truly is pivotal to you being able to grow in your grief and get to a place where you can find your good, wh…
 
In this solo episode, Tara Caffelle shares grief that has engulfed the city she lives in after the bodies of 215 children were confirmed to be buried on the grounds of Kamloops' former Indian Residential School. In future episodes, we will seek to amplify marginalized voices, so that we may hear the stories and take action to support all that needs…
 
Sharon graduated with honors from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst in 1983 with a BA in Sociology. She has been a massage therapist since 1989 and is also a reiki master and a reflexologist. Sharon has studied mediumship at the famous Arthur Findlay College in England, as well as with renowned US, UK, and Canadian mediums. She is the Auth…
 
As we approach Father's day, it dawned on me that during the Mother's Day/Father's Day period there is a certain segment of the grief population that seem sto be totally ignored... that would be parents who have lost children. I know that people post about loss of all types every day, but during this period I rarely see posts by parents who have lo…
 
In this episode, host @BrookeLJames speaks with Amber Jeffrey, founder of @thegriefgang, on Hollywood grief, what it's like to have a podcast in the grief space and setting boundaries around that, and what it's like being considered an expert on grief. www.thegriefcoach.co
 
In this episode I talk with fellow grief podcaster Tawny Platis! Before Tawny's husband George passed away in their home in November 2019, the two had a popular podcast together. After his untimely death, Tawny coped with the trauma by turning the podcast into the show now known as Death Is Hilarious. Her show features conversations with other crea…
 
Join Meghan as she talks books with writer/editor and author of THE HOT ONE: A MEMOIR OF FRIENDSHIP SEX AND MURDER, Carolyn Murnick. Carolyn discusses the gruesome death of her childhood best friend and how writing is a tool to process grief. https://www.carolynmurnick.com/Di meghanrjarvis
 
Cooking With Grief is the comedy podcast that covers everything from history to science, pop culture to geography, and everything in between. For this week (and going forward) the two hosts brought two topics they want to share with the other, in an internet show and tell. Episode 58 finds us learning about a World War 2 themed table top game that …
 
Welcome back to another episode of The Grief Gang podcast. This week, it's a Death Dilemma episode! Ayyyy! The episode where I and The Grief Gang community help tackle your Death Dilemma's together. An episode for you to offload those problems but to also share those happy and proud moments that spur you on in your grief. I love connecting with you…
 
In this episode I am joined by the wonderful Nesreen Ahmed (@harbourlightcoaching). She shares her grief experience with us as well as her expertise as a Grief Coach. We discuss an array of topics - from guilt to expectations and answer questions asked by the Spoken Grief Community too! For more information about Nesreen and the services she offers…
 
Saje Dyer is a 31 year-old woman from New York City. Saje grew up in Boca Raton, FL and moved to New York where she graduated from NYU with a master's degree in psychology. She is the co-author of the new book, The Knowing, which explores how she was able to return to the teachings of her father, Dr. Wayne Dyer after he passed away. She has publish…
 
Parents are in a difficult situation when they have to hold their grief and the grief of their children. This episode is an interview with Mia Mendoza, Program Director at the Children's Grief Center of New Mexico. Mia shares more about the general ways children grieve and how adults can grieve around (and with) children.…
 
Knowing what to say to someone, who is going through the journey of grief, is often tough and nerve-wracking. In this episode, Brenda, Christina, and Kris confer about the outrageous things that people have said to them. This shocking, funny, and bluntly honest conversation will help listeners understand the appropriate and inappropriate things to …
 
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