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Episode 121 of the In The House Podcast features me, Aly Bird, as a guest! Through an introduction from my friend Catherine...
I got to chat with Jessie from the I Have the Talking Stick Podcast this week. Check out the episode where we talk about grief support, death aversion in our culture, how to be a really great listener, and , of course, Grief Ally.
Your person will never be the person that they were before their beloved died. Grief isn’t an illness from which to recover. Something fundamental to the fabric of their being will be different forever more. It’s important to know this as a grief ally.
I had the privilege of sitting down with Hanhy, the host of Unpacking Potato – a podcast that unpacks a variety of topics, to talk about grief, Grief Allyship, and the process of writing a book while grieving.
Grief is unrelenting. It is vicious at times. It can be cruel. But it cannot be conquered, overcome, or resolved. So what power does anyone have to help? The best grief support anyone can offer is to make a bereaved life easier and more comfortable.
This list is full of resources – books, podcasts, talks, articles, organizations, and more – that I trust to speak honestly and intentionally about grief. I keep this list updated with new resources in grief literacy as I come across them.
Living with grief can be exhausting. Before you ask “How ARE YOU?” check in with yourself. Why are you asking?
Grief Allyship is the act of supporting and advocating for those who are grieving by providing unconditional love, empowerment, and deep reverence for their unique experience with grief.
This spring I had a short story published in Issue 2.2 of The Stripes Literary Magazine, entitled Music to My Ears. Music to my Ears...
When I was thirty the person that I loved and trusted the most in this world left me without any warning or time to prepare. I wasn’t left...