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Episode 47: Tamzyn and Jacque’s Mom

I will never forget the subject line of the email sent by today’s guest, Charne, a few weeks ago. It simply read, ‘Lightning Struck Twice.’ Charne’s journey with grief started 8 years ago when her youngest daughter died from a freak accident...

Episode 46: Adam’s Mom

Honestly, today’s interview was a sort of scary prospect for me. I don’t like thinking too far into the future. Ten years, twenty years, thirty years, even the idea of having that much time without Andy in my life and as an active part of our family is too...

Episode 45: David’s Dad

The words ‘grief’ and ‘improv’ are certainly ones that do not naturally seem to go together. When I think of grief, I think of extreme sadness. I might also think of guilt, anger or numerous other negative emotions. Rarely, if ever, would I...

Episode 44: Rory’s Mom

One day, almost 3 year old, red-headed Rory was outside playing while on a family vacation to Florida. She suddenly fell to the ground and cried out. Rory’s mom, Mary, ran up to her and found that her entire left side was paralyzed. Mary frantically had her mom...

Episode 43: Finding Encouragement

Strength and courage are two very powerful words. Those words conjure up images in my mind of a person physically strong and without fear, perhaps a member of the military, a firefighter,  or someone else who shows bravery in the face of danger. Rarely, if ever, would...

Episode 42: Keyan’s Mom at 3 Years

When I sat down to plan my summer podcast schedule, July 2nd stood out to me right away. July 2, 2017 was the day that Stephanie’s daughter Keyan died. Although I never met Keyan in life, in my mind, July 2nd is Keyan’s day and it just did not feel...