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Episode Transcript Hey, welcome to the What's Your Grief Podcast. This is Eleanor and, as always, I'm joined by Litsa. Hey Litsa, what's new? What's new? I don't know why I shouldn't be prepared for this question. It's like where
As Mother's Day approaches, I wanted to offer a new piece of wisdom from our travels. Perhaps something shared with us by a reader or a personal observation from 16 years of grieving a mother that might help you with
Over the years, we've written quite a bit about Father's Day Grief. Though there's always more to be said because Father's Day is hard for so many people, this has been a strange year for us (and, like, everyone else).
This grief recipe story is brought to you by Mandy Berrell of Atlanta, GA. Mandy shares with us that she is a "wife and mama, educator, non-professional grief girl, and faith-filled sunshine finder." You can find Mandy on Instagram at @sunshineandbee.
A few days ago, we reached out to our readers and asked for their help writing a post in anticipation of Mother’s Day. We asked mothers grieving the death of a child to share one thing they want people to know
We've written quite a few posts related to Mother's Day. I guess because Mother's Day relentlessly happens once or year and because my mother died ten years ago; I'm a mother myself; and we meet a lot of awesome women who want to contribute
Mother's Day is a quintessential happy-sad day for me. I have two endlessly enjoyable daughters who give me lovely cards and crafts each year and who get excited to plan some special surprise with their Dad. The flowers pictured above
Last year around Mother's Day I read an article that has really stuck with me called Dear Kids by John Dickerson. In the article the Dickerson urges mother's to write letters, theoretically for their children to have and hold on
According to tradition, I will spend this Mother’s Day torn between life and death. In one hand I will feel the tangible grasp of my daughter’s soft hand; in one-half of my mind I will be smiling; and in one-half