Grief, Gratitude, and the Grey In Between: A Conversation with Kendra Rinaldi
Before we hit record, Kendra let me sing some Taylor Swift to her so I knew we were going to hit it off. This conversation was a personal one. If you are looking for more details about Aly Bird’s personal journey with grief, you’ll want to listen to this episode.
I Won’t Apologize for How I Am Moving Forward with My Grief
Still Won’t Apologize, formerly known as Unlikely to Apologize, is a Podcast by Nicole Davis. Nicole and Aly talk in-depth about how to really help someone through the long-haul of grief.
Gossip Girlies Podcast
This episode is different from the usual Gossip Girlies content, but it is a very important and informative discussion about how to effectively “show up” when someone you love has lost a loved one. Enjoy!
Pragmatic Alchemy: Grief Aversion in Western Culture and How to be a Grief Ally
Aly Bird got to chat with Courtney from the Pragmatic Alchemy Podcast. Check out the episode where we talk about the Kubler-Ross Five Stages of Grief model, intuitive and instrumental grief, death aversion in our culture, how capitalism has hurt our generation, and, of course, how to be a Grief Ally.
Working with Bereaved Families: In The House podcast (Ep. 121)
Episode 121 of the In The House Podcast features me, Aly Bird, as a guest! Through an introduction from my friend Catherine Worthy, I had the opportunity to sit down and speak with Toni and Jenny, the hosts of In The House, about helping grieving friends,...
What do Seth Rogan and Grief Allies have in common?
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.
On Being A Grief Ally- An Unpacking Potato Podcast Episode
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.