What's Your Grief Podcast

When the world changes, the way we operate in the world has to change. Grief forces us to make new decisions about the things we do, the things we don't do, and how we cope. Today we talk about how so many of those decisions may feel good in the short term, but often don't serve us in the long-run. Avoidance sounds like it is obvious, but sometimes it hides in corners we don't even recognize. 

Direct download: A-Lesson-In-Avoidance-Final-Mix.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:38pm EST

When a lot of time has passed after a loss, we hear all sorts of questions - is it too late for counseling? Is it too late to reconnect with people I lost touch with? Is it too late to ask for stories and memories? We're pretty strong believers that, in grief, it is never too late. 

Direct download: WYG-In-Grief-Is-It-Ever-Too-Late-MIXED.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:55am EST

There is a lot of discussion right now about the many ways people are experiencing grief - the grief of death related losses, but also many other types of grief that are coming up in the world. Today we're sorting through 7 types of grief we think may be relevant and impacting you right now. 

Direct download: WYG-E5-MIXED.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:03am EST

We received a question recently about talking to children about people who have died, especially those people the child never met. We get questions like this a lot. Is it normal? Is it okay? Will it screw up my kids? The quick answers: yes! yes! no! For the long answers, tune in. 

Direct download: WYG-E4-MIXED.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:12pm EST

Seeing as a lot of us are spending more time at home than usual, we asked our readers/listeners for some of the best depictions of grief in movies and television. In this episode, we share your responses and our thoughts. 

Direct download: Whats_Your_Grief_E3_MIXED.mp3
Category:grief in the media -- posted at: 11:21am EST