Episode 123: Dan’s Mum

Today’s guest, Karen, says that in today’s society, we all suffer from a lack of ‘loss intelligence’. We are taught so many things in our lives, both intellectually and emotionally. We are taught how to love others and even how to love...

Episode 122: Liel’s Dad

I have a confession to make. I have been lying to you all for almost two and a half years now. In my defense, I did not know that I was lying so I guess maybe technically, it is not a lie, but I do need to apologize regardless. I have said from the very first Always...

Episode 121: Max’s Dad

Courageous. Brave. Strong. These are words that people often use to describe those of us who are bereaved parents. ‘You’re so strong! I could never do what you are able to do!’ Statements like this actually irritate me somewhat. I am not courageous...

Episode 120: Post-Christmas Chat

Support from other grieving people can play such an integral role in our grief journeys. Being able to talk with people who ‘get it’ can bring us comfort. Witnessing those who are just a little further along in their grief story can inspire us to know that...

Episode 119: Godwinks with Gwen

What do yellow irises, a winter planter and a $10 bill have in common? They are all parts of amazing stories in today’s podcast. The holidays are an especially difficult time to be grieving. It seems that everyone around you is happy. Their smiling faces often...

Episode 118: Brogan’s Mom

When today’s guest, Dana, lost her son Brogan in a freak accident at the young age of 10, people watching her from the outside might have thought that she would be able to handle it a bit ‘easier’ that other parents. You see, Dana is a pediatric...