Give Grief a Chance Podcast
A podcast about bringing grief awareness out into the open. A project to help people connect, and share their experiences with grief and loss
This week I'm talking about complicated grief. Now, grief is different for everyone, some people may experience intense periods of grief, but over time those feelings begin to to ease and they are able to move forward and adjust to a new reality without the person they have lost. However, for others, their feelings can become chronic and debilitating, their grief doesn't seem to improve over time, sadly, it affects the person's ability to live a full and satisfying life.
Who isn't fascinated with psychic mediums? This week I had a great chat with Shauna Domalain who is the creative founder of the Growing Up in Heaven Program which is for mothers who want to connect and communicate with their children on the other side. She offers individual sessions to connect you with your lost child and loved ones in Spirit and empowerment sessions to bring you back into alignment with your true essence. Shauna shares a wealth of soulful and heartfelt tools and support on how to navigate loss and find true meaning in life again.
This week on Give Grief a Chance podcast, I had the pleasure of chatting with Mark Chesnut who is an award winning travel writer and has just finished a memoir called "Prepare for Departure" which showcases what happens when a permissive mother and misfit son face death while revisiting life. Mark shares his story of caring for an elderly parent and how writing about grief helped him on his healing journey.
This week I had the pleasure of chatting with Reid Peterson who is the founder and creator of the Grief Refuge mobile app. After losing his biological father to suicide in 2006 and his stepfather to cancer in 2016, Reid felt a calling to help the grieving find peace and purpose after loss. Grief Refuge is your daily companion to help navigate the difficult journey called grief, it's a safe and sacred tool to explore grief related feelings, and support you everyday so your grief feels more manageable.
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