Premonition can be both wildly exciting or anxiety inducing depending on what the message is. I’ve certainly felt both feelings over the past several months. On the heels of last week and resharing an episode about signs from loved ones, I’m sharing a couple more personal stories of life recently and the signs and messages that were presented to me. I detail my own journey with pregnancy and loss, how I’ve coped, allowing myself to feel the feels, why I felt angry with my dad, and messages from a medium!
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Jayme Aills from the Grief Unfiltered podcast is here and there’s no filter on this conversation! Jayme lost her mom to breast cancer five years ago and, like me, is experiencing a new version of grief this year as she welcomed her daughter Breck to the world.
Nicole Anzia and Katherine DiGiovanni of NeatNik, an organizing firm out of Washington, D.C., know first-hand how hectic life can be after the loss of a loved one. So many decisions, so many people to communicate with, and so… much… stuff!
Jess Hersh joins us again to talk about the grief of the week. We start with quick notes on Snoop Dogg’s announcement that his mother Beverly Tate passed away, and what his vulnerability means for fellow male grievers. Then, because we love all things Kardashian.
I break format here on the So Sorry For Your Loss podcast to respond to the tragic death of Kobe Bryant, his daughter, Gianna “Gigi” Bryant, and seven others who were called to heaven way too soon. It was difficult to hear this news, and as someone who has experienced sudden loss.
This episode of So Sorry For Your Loss welcomes Jamie-Lee Josselyn, a creative writing instructor at the University of Pennsylvania. Because of her expertise in writing and, unfortunately, her experience with grief, I hoped she could share helpful guidance to translating your feelings into the written word.
By Rachel Reichblum, @thatgoodgrief on Instagram and Twitter I can’t recommend a long engagement. A long engagement means more time to discuss flowers and the exact shade of purple you’re looking for on the cocktail bar accent arrangement. A long engagement means more...
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