Whenever I'm in the midst of loss and grief I search for anything and everything to help me help myself. Below are some podcasts to help you through. Take what resonates - leave the rest.
LIVE AWAKE BY SARAH BLONDIN
When we're battling loss & grief, presence is a gift. Mindfulness can help alleviate our woes and the best meditation podcast out there, Live Awake is a deeply nourishing guided journey inward led by Sarah Blondin.
A particular goodie for moving through grief is the When We Must Endure episode from S02.
LOSS&FOUND PODCAST On itunes
The audible extension of loss&found, this podcast focuses on various forms of loss to help illuminate its universality and break down the stigma around voicing our grief.
Touching on a variety of topics including motherhood, beauty, mindfulness, death and so much more. If you're dealing with loss and grief, you are NOT alone - sit back, relax and let the love flow straight to your ear drums.
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Dear Dougy podcast by the Dougy Centre FOR GRIEVING CHILDREN & FAMILIES
This podcast is a true gift to those grieving a death.
Delivered by the Dougy Centre based in Portland, Oregon, the podcast covers a range of topics, such as The Myth of the Grief Timeline, Funerals and Ashes, Grief and the Holidays, and (shameless plug) an interview with yours truly which you can peep here.
WHAT'S YOUR GRIEF PODCAST BY ELEANOR HALEY AND LITSA WILLIAMS
In this podcast series Eleanor and Litsa , 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, they 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 confusing, but your grief support doesn't have to be.
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