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All About Anger in Grief

Episode Transcript Welcome. We are excited to be back today. Actually, yeah, I was a little excited to get back and (and) talk about some of the topics that we think are really important to be talking about in grief,

All About Anger: The good, the bad, and the self-loathing

I originally intended today’s post to be about forgiveness. You know how sometimes you learn a new word like kerfuffle (a disorderly outburst or tumult) and all of a sudden you start seeing it everywhere? That’s how I feel about

How I Moved From Surviving the Loss of My Child to Mindful Living

Today's guest author is Katja Faber. We were lucky to 'meet' Katja online through our grief photo challenges on Instagram. She was no stranger to grief, having suffered numerous losses in a five-year stretch, including the devastating homicide of her

Grief and Sobriety: Discovering Loss Amid Positive Change

Though it may sound odd to some, a person's connection to a substance can parallel a real-life relationship in many ways. Relationships with drugs and alcohol can feel like a complex mix of good and bad, as the substance(s) begins to meet

Embracing the Strength of Weak Ties

While strong ties, like our relationships with close friends and family, are a critical part of emotional support, recent research sheds light on why I'm probably not weird for looking to a barista for an emotional boost. Historically most people

Relief in Grief

Hey. Welcome back to another episode of the What's Your Grief Podcast. My name is Eleanor and as always I'm joined by Litsa. Hi Litsa. How are you today? I'm doing pretty well, how about you? I'm doing okay. I'm

From Grief Literacy to Grief Humility

Welcome to another episode of the What's Your Grief Podcast. I am Eleanor. How are you today Litsa? I'm good today. I am finally finally finally, after weeks, slowly starting to feel like I am on the roads to recovery

Tisha B'av

This Wednesday night/Thursday (July 26/27) marks what is known as the saddest day of the year on the Jewish calendar. On this day throughout history the Jewish people suffered persecutions of all kinds - from the time of the Holy

A Grief Care Plan: Your Foundation for Support

We have hundreds of articles on this site with thousands of ideas for living life after loss. But today, after more than ten years of writing for What's Your Grief, I realized there is a glaring oversite in this grief