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Grieving Voices

Victoria Volk, The Unleashed Heart, LLC

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Grieving Voices is a podcast started by a lifelong griever for grievers. The mission of Grieving Voices is to change the conversation around grief, and how we address our own and that of others and give grievers a platform for sharing what grief has taught them. Through education and personal story, listeners will learn more effective ways to help themselves and others. The Grieving Voices podcast is part of The Unleashed Heart, LLC. Grief resources and additional support are available at ww ...
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Grieving Our Babies Podcast is on a mission to provide a compassionate space for parents who have endured the heart-wrenching loss of a child. Through open conversations and shared experiences, we aim to offer solace, understanding, and support, ensuring that no parent feels along in their journey through grief. "Grieving Our Babies Podcast aims to be a pillar of strength for grieving parents, acknowledging the pain, cherishing the memories, and building a community that walks this challengi ...
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The Grieving Mamas Club

Cara & Rashida

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A space for any mom who is on the wild ride of motherhood while navigating a grief journey. This ain’t your average grief podcast. As motherless moms, Cara and Rashida tackle tough conversations about grief and how it shows up in motherhood with grace and understanding, but also humor. Yes. Humor. Because grief isn’t always sad. There is joy and celebration on grief journeys too. Join The Grieving Mamas Club every other Wednesday as we feel our feels and encourage you to feel yours too. Host ...
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Angela Kennecke is a journalist who lost her 21-year-old daughter Emily to fentanyl poisoning on May 16, 2018. Angela is "grieving out loud" to try to put an end to this epidemic by stopping the stigma and promoting the treatment of substance use disorder as the disease it is. Anyone coping with loss and looking for inspiration can benefit from listening to this podcast.
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If you need to feel understood and are in pain, you've arrived at the right place! Mary M. McCambridge (Mary Mac), is a Grief Authority, Executive Coach, Speaker and Award-Winning Author of several works in her field, who established GriefAuthority.com, the Foundation for Grieving Children, Inc., her weekly podcast, The Mary Mac Show, and The Mary Mac Store offering products and gifts for the bereaved. She has endured many deaths of family and friends to drunk drivers, accident and illness, ...
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The death of one’s child is a grief like no other. As a bereaved parent, part of your very being has been cut off from you, and you must figure out how to live with that part of you missing. You will never be the same, but you can have hope that your life can still have meaning and purpose again, as you learn to live in a way that honors the life of your child instead of being stuck in the deep grief of his or her death. The Grieving Parents Sharing Hope podcast is an outreach of the nationa ...
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Grieving Overdose Death

Susan Claire

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This podcast was created to give a voice to those who have lost someone close to them from an accidental overdose. Parents, spouses, sisters, brothers and others will be interviewed to celebrate the life of their loved one who died from an overdose and to remember this person as more than their addiction. We will explore how others cope and pass on this information to those who are grieving and feel they have nowhere to turn. Unfortunately, there are many out there and the numbers are growin ...
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Eventually every person finds themselves in grief. It is unavoidable because to love is to be vulnerable to this most painful human experience. Soul Mamas was born out the earth shattering grief of two Moms who both lost a child in 2022 only to find no grief support. Hosts Lori Carhart & Karen Russell saw the writing on the wall very clearly. With post Covid suicide on the rise and a worldwide Fentanyl epidemic taking thousands of lives daily, the world needs an ongoing conversation about ho ...
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Grieving Unapologetically: A Black Girl's Journey to Grieve Out Loud is a podcast that will captivate your heart, ignite your empathy, and inspire you to embrace the power of grieving out loud. Join us as we delve into the raw and unfiltered experiences of a Black woman's journey through grief. Our host, Kinyatta E. Gray, fearlessly shares her blogs, converted into podcast audio episodes, inviting you to witness the pain, resilience, and growth that comes from navigating loss in a world that ...
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Cradled in Hope | Gospel-Focused Podcast for Grieving Moms

Ashley Opliger of Bridget's Cradles

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Jesus cradles us in hope as He cradles our babies in Heaven. What if the hope of Heaven had the power to heal your heart after the loss of your baby? Miscarriage, stillbirth, and infant loss are heartbreaking experiences that no mother should ever have to endure. Drowning in sadness, you cry out in pain, "God, where are You? Why did You let my baby die?" You feel abandoned by Him and question His goodness. How will you ever live without your precious baby? Will you ever see him or her again? ...
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I’m Kay Fontana, and have faced profound loss throughout my life, giving me a deep understanding of the pain it brings. My journey began with the loss of my brother to cancer when I was just nine, altering the dynamics of our family as my parents grappled with grief. Later, I experienced the anguish of losing my mother to Alzheimer’s and my father to cancer shortly after his diagnosis. The most heartbreaking of all was the death of my husband and soul mate of 40 years in January 2023 due to ...
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Grieving Back To Life

Lauren Cheek

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On a mission to help normalize conversations around grief & help people turn their pain into purpose - host, Lauren Cheek, shares mental health tools, expert’s advice, and peoples’ stories + experiences of Grieving Back To Life.
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Grieving With Jesus

Jola Mobolaji

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2 Girls, 4 Losses, 1 Month, 1 God. This podcast explores the different layers of grief through stories, bible verses and practical steps to finding comfort when life hits hard. The days after your loss can be dreadfully painful but you’re not alone if you’re #GrievingWithJesus
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Does the thought of having to live in a world without your child cripple you? Do you lay awake at night with the ”what if’s” and the ”why’s” constantly playing in your mind, wondering if you’ll ever feel peace again? Does everything seem hard, even the little things? Do you just want someone to understand how you feel? I see you friend. In this podcast you will find the hope you’re looking for, the healing you’re longing for, and the key to living again after losing your child, all through t ...
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Everyone goes through troubling times and sacrifices. I believe finding humor in your times of darkness and open dialogue is key to unpacking all the ugly and coping with your past to move on to your future. We discuss deeper about how the human spirit internalizes and learn from these traumatic life events.
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Discussions about how I've coped with the loss of my babies, with some discussion about my one teen child whom at one point put me through hell but is now stronger than I am at times. Practically Magik Healing now discusses some of the techniques I have personally used on myself to help cope with the grieving process. I hope that through my experiences and new growth that I'm able to at least get through to one person and help them along the way. Thank you for listening. Support this podcast ...
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Grace For Grieving is a safe space for you to process the myriad of emotions associated with loss, death, dying, mourning, and grief. There's an undeniable truth--we'll face the loss of a loved one. Unfortunately, dealing with loss and bereavement is somewhat taboo. We'll walk with you on your journey of healing, meaning-making, and resilience. Walt Kasmir, Ph.D., developed expertise in grief as a hospice nurse. He's helped thousands of people face the devasting pain of end-of-life issues wi ...
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Awakened and Unfiltered - For Women, Grieving, Self Consciousness, Spiritual Gifts, How to Meditate, Synchronicities

Mari Bailey - Mindset Coach, Spiritual Mentor, Motivational Speaker, Spiritual Entrepreneur, Intuitive Medium, Teacher, Intentional Living, Building Habits

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Are you a woman navigating grief with a longing within you to deepen your connection with those in heaven? Do you wish communication was simple (without having to worry about crystals or tarot cards)? Are you searching through Google trying to find the meaning of another dream, another angel number? Are you feeling overwhelmed with which interpretation and meaning relates to you? I am so excited you’re here! In this podcast, I help you develop a deeper understanding of yourself, restore peac ...
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"Slow Dancing with the Devil"--that's the title of Susan Bartz Herrick's book that's now being turned into a screenplay. It's a story that the grieving mother never wanted to write--a heartbreaking memoir of her son's relentless 20-year battle with substance use disorder, a fight he unfortunately lost due to fentanyl poisoning. But Susan's narrativ…
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*Welcome back to season THREE of the Grieving Mamas Club podcast, a space for moms navigating their grief journey while on the wild ride of motherhood.* In this episode, hosts Cara and Rashida catch up after taking a break from recording. They discuss topics like Rashida's return to graduate school, the challenges of balancing work, parenting, and …
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Send Victoria a Text Message! Welcome to today's episode, which focuses on mental health awareness and celebrating women entrepreneurs for May Mental Health Awareness Month. In this episode I will share my experiences from a recent women's business summit in North Dakota where I met an array of incredible female business owners. FEATURED EPISODE CO…
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Waiting can be one of the hardest and most exhausting things to do. As parents who have lost a child from this earth, two things we seem to be waiting on the most are for it to stop hurting so much, and obviously waiting to be with our child again. This week Laura talks about waiting for it to stop hurting so much. Next week she will discuss waitin…
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#fentanyl #opioids #fentanylawareness In Episode 233, I continue my conversation with Angela Marie Parkerson who shares the life and death of her son Nick Rucker who died by fentanyl poisoning at 24. Nick is survived by his mother Angela Marie, brother Brandon and sisters Courtney and Hannah. He is also loved and missed by his seven nephews and one…
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Introduction Welcome to episode 7 where I will discuss When Your World Falls Apart When You Lose a Spouse. In today's episode, we'll be embarking on a unique journey as I share my personal narrative—a story that may resonate with some of you. [01:01 Main Topics My husband, my soulmate [01:19] Health issues [ 01:36] Taking him off life support [04:0…
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We all know we should be spending time every day with Jesus. It’s how we find our strength to get through the days, especially after losing our child. I believe the key in making this a routine, a part of your every day life, is to keep it simple! So in this episode I’m sharing my easy 3 step quiet time routine that I strive to do every morning. I …
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No one deserves to go through life's trials and tribulations alone—especially not someone you have ever called a friend. Together, we can make a profound difference in the lives of those who are grieving, offering comfort, companionship, and a reminder that they are not alone. If you don't know where to start to support a grieving friend, we're sha…
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On this episode of Grieving Our Babies Podcast (ME) Kalvon Hawkins "The Host That Cares The Most" and my wife Janice Hodges-Hawkins have a conversation on why we created this podcast. Our daughter NeKeisha Nicole Monster Hodges-Hawkins was murdered 4 days before her 18th birthday in front of our 13 yr old son. No-One wanted to hear our story. Now o…
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Harrison Carhart is no stranger to trauma. As an EMT, he faced many dire circumstances as a first responder. In this episode, Harry talks about the need to 'bridge the gap' in the mental healthcare system and his take on why mental health support and awareness must be a priority in our country. This is personal. Harry is the older brother of my son…
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Join us for a hope-filled conversation with Whitney Pipkin, author of We Shall All Be Changed. Whitney wrote the book after experiencing the loss of two babies to miscarriage and her mom after a twenty-year battle with cancer. She reminds us that God changes us through grief, often in unexpected and beautiful ways. In this episode, we discussed: Ho…
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Father's Day is often filled with reminders of what's missing. The commercials showcasing happy families, the social media posts celebrating fathers, and the societal emphasis on togetherness can intensify feelings of isolation and grief. For those who have lost both parents, it can feel like an echo of the pain experienced on Mother's Day, compoun…
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The statistics are deeply troubling. Between 2007 and 2021, youth suicide rates surged by more than 60%. Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reveals that teens living in the most impoverished areas were 37% more likely to die by suicide. However, this distressing trend isn't confined to those facing socioeconomic challenges; it…
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Send Victoria a Text Message! This week on Grieving Voices is a mental health discussion with Lisa Sugarman – a multifaceted advocate who has overcome personal tragedies to make an impact. As a suicide loss survivor and crisis counselor, her insights are invaluable during Mental Health Awareness Month. Lisa's journey is one marked by unexpected tur…
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After our child leaves this earth, most of us want to take Romans 8:28 out of our Bibles, especially when people throw that verse at us in a way that is supposed to make it all better. ( Remember, God promises to work everything out for good ) Laura has been in that place of suffocating darkness, and begged God to take her from this earth when her …
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#opioids #fentanyl #poison #murder In Episode 232, I welcome Angela Marie Parkerson who shares the life and death of her son Nick Rucker who died by fentanyl poisoning at 24. Nick is survived by his mother Angela Marie, brother Brandon and sisters Courtney and Hannah. He is also loved and missed by his seven nephews and one niece. Nick was a lover …
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Introduction Energy healing methodologies are amazing tools for grief recovery [01:01] Main Topics Overview of energy healing [01:19] Benefits of energy healing in grief recovery [02:58] Qigong [04:23] Reiki [08:53] Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)/tapping [12:44] Sound healing [15:56] Conclusion [19:11] Additional Resources https://healingourgrie…
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As Mother's Day approaches, the ache of missing our mothers intensifies for many of us who have lost our mothers. It's a day filled with bittersweet memories, longing for their presence and grappling with the reality of their absence. Grieving Unapologetically is brought to you by The Heart of Miss Bee, Inc. a 501(c)(3) organization that exists to …
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Fentanyl—dubbed by some as America's haunting "F" word—continues to carve a path of destruction across the nation. With the U.S. facing its deadliest drug epidemic in history, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says fentanyl is one of the main culprits. But today, on National Fentanyl Awareness Day, we're not just dwelling on the bleakn…
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Send Victoria a Text Message! In the quiet aftermath of a personal storm, Scott Forrester found solace and strength in the Feldenkrais method. His journey is not just about physical recovery; it's a poignant narrative of resilience amid life’s harshest trials – loss, grief, and reinvention. Forrester’s story began with an accident that challenged c…
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If you know Laura, you know that she feels things deeply and tears come easily to her. Somehow, she manages to hold those tears back when recording the podcast episodes but not this time. A miracle is something only God can do, which is what we wanted (and even expected) for our children, either in a healing or in protection. When that doesn't happ…
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Do Black Women Seek Grief Support? Discover how my personal journey led to the creation of inclusive grief support spaces for women of color, as we navigate grief and find comfort in shared experiences. Grieving Unapologetically is brought to you by The Heart of Miss Bee, Inc. a 501(c)(3) organization that exists to honor the late Beverly E. Carrol…
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#fentanyl #opioids #ccp In Episode 231, I invited Andrea Thomas, mother of Ashley who died of fentanyl poisoning, creator of Fentanyl Prevention and Awareness Day, each August 21st and of Facing Fentanyl to join me once again. We discuss the findings of the China Select Committee on April 16th in the House of Representatives in DC and share the con…
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Introduction When we lose our pets, our companions. Experiencing the loss of a beloved pet. [01:01] Main Topics As my sweet dog approaches his 13th birthday, I'm reminded of the painful loss of my dog who passed away in 2006 [01:11] Adding loss to an existing loss [02:42] Navigating the journey of grief [04:10] Ways to honor your beloved pet [04:55…
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Y’all know how big a fan I am of walking! Walking outside in nature has played (and continues to play) such a huge part of my healing journey. But why? Why would walking outside help with healing your heart? I’m here to tell you! Here are 3 ways that walking outside in nature, in God’s creation, is a great thing to do in your grief journey. 🔗Links …
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As the inspiration behind characters in the award-winning books "Dopesick" and "Raising Lazarus," Ed Bisch shares his journey of turning personal tragedy into a force for powerful change. Following the heart-wrenching loss of his high school son to an OxyContin overdose early in the opioid epidemic, Bisch took on the daunting task of raising awaren…
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In our Healing Hearts Online Grief Support Group, we recently asked our members to reflect on their grief journey and share the advice they would offer to someone grieving. Grieving Unapologetically is brought to you by The Heart of Miss Bee, Inc. a 501(c)(3) organization that exists to honor the late Beverly E. Carroll. This episode is brought to …
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Send Victoria a Text Message! On this episode of Grieving Voices, I welcomed David Chotka, founder and director of Spirit Equip Ministries. With four degrees and extensive experience as a pastor and conference speaker, David shares insights from his journey through grief personally and within his community. David discusses the challenges pastors fa…
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Mother's Day can be one of the most difficult days of the year for a mom after child loss. In this episode, Laura will be talking about both Mother's Day, and a special day the week before, which is International Bereaved Mother's Day, which is the first Sunday in May. Laura is very real and honest about her thoughts and feelings about all of this,…
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#opioids #fentanyl #poison In Episode 230, I welcome Crystal Crane Marroquin who shares the life and death of her brother DaWayne Morris who died by fentanyl poisoning at 48. Crystal is our first sibling to appear as our guest and I'm grateful for her perspective. DaWayne is survived by his mother, Faye and two sons, Brody 23 and Beau 18. Crystal i…
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Introduction Today’s podcast is an insightful exploration of things to avoid saying to someone who is grieving, accompanied by explanations and alternative approaches to offering genuine comfort and support. Main Topics Introduction [01:01] Words that hurt. [01:43] Words that heal. [12:01 Conclusion [18:45] Additional Resources https://healingourgr…
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Send Victoria a Text Message! In a world where life's transitions often have heavy financial implications, Leah Hadley is a beacon of guidance and support. On this episode of Grieving Voices, Leah—founder of Intentional Wealth Partners and Intentional Divorce Solutions—shared her journey from investment analyst to empowering individuals through som…
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So much horrific pain and darkness comes with child loss. It doesn't matter how young or how old your child was when they left this earth. It doesn't matter if it was sudden or if it was long and drawn out. As pareavors (bereaved parents), we can bristle when others say they know how we feel, because of a different loss. We know what that feels lik…
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#opioids #fentanyl #poison #homicide In Episode 229, I welcome Kimberly Grunberg who shares the life and death of her son Sean who died by fentanyl poisoning at 23. Sean is survived by his mother, Kimberly, his Dad, Dan Bertucci, his sister, Amanda and stepbrother Kasen. Kimberly and another Angel Mom created "Dancing With Our Angels" to help other…
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Eight years have passed since the world lost Prince, an unparalleled musical force and one of America's most revered artists. During his life, the creative genius sold over 100 million records, ranking him among the best-selling musical artists ever. However, despite his worldwide fame, the circumstances surrounding his sudden death from fentanyl p…
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If you wanted to find Blake, you only had to go to the fire station down the street from his house. At a very young age, he already knew that he wanted to be a fire fighter. He was an excellent violin player and enjoyed karate. He was introduced to drugs from an acquaintance of his girlfriend at a young age. He sought help and was sober for a long …
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Introduction Thank you for tuning in for today’s episode on The Many Types of Loss where I'll be shedding light on some types you're familiar with and others that might be new to you. Main Topics Introduction [01:01] The Grief Recovery Handbook [01:14] Two main categories: Tangible and Intangible Losses [02:00] The "Backpack" of Losses [02:37] Tang…
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Sometimes you just have a plain old bad day. Either you wake up missing your child or a wave of grief knocks you down and you find it hard to come back from it. What do you do? It can be hard to feel like you can turn the day around when it starts going south. Almost like you’ve fallen in a pit of quicksand that’s pulling you down and you don’t see…
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From a young age, Sarah Spier seemed destined for success. At 18 years old, she landed a job as a film specialist for the Academy Award-winning movie No Country for Old Men. But her Hollywood dreams quickly turned into a nightmare of heroin addiction. Sarah fell in love with a drug dealer, thinking it was a modern-day Romeo and Juliet tale. No one …
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Colin Reef lost his daughter, Kyla, in 2019. When Karen and I met him at Compassionate Friends, we took note of his contribution to the group discussion which always brings a well received wave of spiritual intuition and comfort to the room. His faith and enthusiasm is contagious as are the outstanding books he selflessly gifts to the group. We are…
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Returning to work after a loved one dies is highly complicated, but your suffering can be exacerbated if your insensitive workplace treats your return to work like an ordinary day. Continue listening to learn how to do better by your employees. Grieving Unapologetically is brought to you by The Heart of Miss Bee, Inc. a 501(c)(3) organization that …
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Send Victoria a Text Message! Today's episode is about navigating significant dates and other reminders after a loss. Anniversaries, birthdays, holidays—these milestones can be poignant reminders that reopen the chapters of our grief, not to mention the special places that flood the heart with memories, and then the waves of emotion follow. But her…
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After the loss of a child, there are scriptures that used to get us excited that don't make any sense now. They seem untrue and maybe even cruel. In today's episode, Laura talks about one of those verses, Jeremiah 29:11, where God tells us He has good plans for us, to give us hope and a future. Links Mentioned in this episode: Click here for all th…
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Charles (also known as Buddy) was an old soul. At a very young age, he would sit and talk to his aunt like he was the same age, and he treasured his family. He loved to travel, had lots clothes, and collected all types of sneakers. He was prescribed a pain medication after a serious car accident that started him on the road to his addiction. He pas…
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#fentanyl #fentanylpoisoning #homicide In Episode 228, I welcome Dr. Keith Montgomery who shares the life and death of his precious daughter, Lea Marie who died by fentanyl poisoning two days before her 31st birthday. She is survived by her father, Dr. Keith, her mother, Dr. Debra and her younger brother, Alex. Dr. Keith also speaks of his activism…
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Introduction Thank you for tuning in to today’s episode as I shed some light on The 5 Stages of Grief defined by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross in her book, “On Death and Dying,” published in 1969, and what it can mean for those grieving a loss. Main Topics Background of The 5 Stages of Grief [01:01] The First Stage of Denial [03:38] The Second Stage of Ang…
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World-renowned actor Michael Keaton has won several awards, including his first Emmy, for his performance in the Hulu series "Dopesick." The "Batman" actor portrays a hard-working doctor in a small mining town who gets addicted to the pain pills he starts prescribing. Today on Grieving Out Loud, we have an exciting interview with the man who was th…
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Mike Ortoll produced the award winning feature documentary One Second at a Time, the true story of his daughter, Christine, who died of a fentanyl overdose on November 2, 2020 at the age of 26 . The story is told via Christine's journals and includes experts and loved ones to inspire and provide hope to those struggling with the disease of mental h…
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Sometimes people don't know what to do or how to respond to a friend whose loved one has just died. So, they freeze and do nothing, leaving their bereaved friend feeling alone and unsupported. If you're the type of person that freezes under these circumstances, this episode is for you. Grieving Unapologetically is brought to you by The Heart of Mis…
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Send Victoria a Text Message! For this week's episode, I drew inspiration from an oracle deck by creator Colette Baron-Reid called Postcards from Spirit. Its message to you, my audience, and myself was the importance of stepping back to observe our thoughts and behaviors. This card pull reading inspired me to share my personal experience in decisio…
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