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Let's Talk About Grief With Anne
Nov 29, 2018
Good Grief: It's Christmas Time
Play • 32 min
12 Tips to Help You Cope with your grief during the holidays
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Jul 24, 2022
Looking for Refuge from Grief?
Looking back on the bread crumbs life leaves for us, it may seem our choices aren't leading us anywhere. Reid Peterson, my guest has had many careers, his most fulfilling one is helping others navigate their grief journey. From a doctorate program in transpersonal psychology to educational roles and the tech world, would appear to have positioned him exactly where he's meant to be. *Grief Refuge *is an online app that can be downloaded from any app store. It's mainly free, however, there are some paid-for features that give the users a deeper delve into grief. Users of the free version have written that it has helped them with the features readily available. You can discover more here https://www.griefrefuge.com/
Jun 21, 2022
Observation, Grief, Recovery & Living Life in the Aftermath of 9/11
When the unthinkable happens and your familiar life disappears in minutes how do you recover, rebuild and put down roots, smile and live life again? Andrea Carter Brown shares how with her new book September 12. The reader is taken on a journey through her poetry chronicling these events and her new life in LA. Where she began to see the power of possibilities for her healing and moving on with her life. Through her readings in several US cities, she is connecting with others who share their stories of where they were that very day. It is in the sharing and being witnessed that the healing of our collective grief begins. Her book is available on Amazon https://amzn.to/3AkWB7K https://www.andreacarterbrown.com/ Visit her website for details of her book readings and dates for when Andrea will be back in New York in September.
May 25, 2022
Suicide - How One Parent Handled the Loss of Their Son?
"Grief is love" was the belief that helped my guest Ivan Maisel work through the loss of his son Max. Unfortunately, suicide still has so much uncomfortableness and stigma surrounding out. How do you remain open to sharing with family and friends that your child died by suicide? Those were decisions, the family made and Ivan speaks about so candidly in our interview. How do friends and family members comfort each other and what to say that may be helpful? In Ivan's book "I keep Trying to Catch his Eye" he talks about what brought him comfort and what helped him. You can read more here https://amzn.to/3t4Y1yG