Episode 70: Rachel’s Mom

Michelle’s daughter, Rachel, was just 17 years old when she died unexpectedly in a tragic accident. Packed in those 17 years, however, was a lifetime of profound wisdom. From a young age, various people who were exposed to Rachel called her an ‘old...

Episode 69: Jimmy’s Mom

On the home page of Salt Water’s website, findyourharbor.com, there is a quote from Isak Dinesen which reads, ‘The cure for everything is salt water: sweat, tears or the sea.’ It goes on to explain these each in more detail. Sweat represents...

Episode 68: What I Wish I Had Known

As we come to the end of 2020, it is a universal joke that everyone wants this year to be over because of the global coronavirus pandemic. “Bring on 2021,” they say, “when life can return to normal!” For grieving people, however, things will...

Episode 67: Messages From Heaven

For grieving people, Christmastime is undoubtedly, NOT ‘the most wonderful time of the year’ that is sung about in the classic song. I would say that for grieving parents, this is especially true. Christmas is such a time of joy for children and no matter...

Episode 66: Daryn’s Mom

In 2007, today’s guest, Kim, had a pretty comfortable life. She was happily married with three beautiful young children. She had gone back to school and was finishing her master’s degree to become a therapist. After going through struggles when she was...

Episode 65: Zach’s Mom

Today’s guest, Robyn Karns, knows hardship – she has experienced abuse, widowhood, a miscarriage, and divorce, but 17 months ago, her life was absolutely rocked to the core. Robyn lost her firstborn and her best friend, Zach. She wondered how she would be...