Grief Support For Those Who Like to Listen: What’s Your Grief Podcast

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Those who follow us on Facebook or who pay extra close attention to our sidebar (over to the right, silly!) may already know about the What’s Your Grief Podcast—otherwise known as ‘gabbing about grief,’ ‘chatting about coping,’ and ‘gossiping with the grief gals.’ 

On WYG’s second birthday, we told you that—among other things—our mission for the next two years is to ensure there’s support for all types of grievers. We know the ways in which grievers learn and the things they find helpful differ across the board and, with a world of technology available, it no longer makes sense to limit grief support to talk therapy and the written word.

The What’s Your Grief Podcast is our first effort in providing grievers with more diverse options for grief support. The podcast can be found through our page and through Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and Spotify. Of course you can listen to all our existing episodes below, but—if you’re interested in keeping up with the What’s Your Grief Podcastwe strongly encourage you subscribe on one of these platforms. We would be infinitely grateful to anyone who writes us a review or rates the podcast while there, because this will help us connect with grievers who are already looking for support through the podcast platform.

If you have questions about the podcast or any of its content, please feel free to comment below or on the episode’s individual show notes page. You can also send us an email at whatsyourgrief@gmail.com.

Dating a Widower and Other Topics

How Attitudes About Death Impact Grief

Parenting While Grieving

Dealing with Valentine’s Day After a Death

Expanding Our Understanding of Grief

Thinking About New Year’s Resolutions

Your Questions About Holiday Grief Answered

The Guilt of Feeling Better and Living Life After a Loss

The Continuum of Negative Coping

 Grief Raves and Faves

Maintaining Relationships After a Death

Handling Your Loved One’s Belongings

 

12 Ways Grief Makes You Feel Crazy

Continuing Bonds with Deceased Loved Ones

Grief and Special Days

 

Getting Realistic About Gratitude

Understanding Secondary Loss

Using Your Support System Effectively

Mastering Grief Triggers

Understanding the Five Stages of Grief

Ten Types of Grief

Extroverts and Grief

Introverts and Grief

Identifying Your Coping Style

Surviving the Grief of an Overdose

A Grief-Movie Review: Wild

Misconceptions About Grief

SWhen Condolences Go Wrong: What Not to Say to a Griever

Grief and the Holidays


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6 Comments on "Grief Support For Those Who Like to Listen: What’s Your Grief Podcast"

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  1. Tina Guillot  January 25, 2019 at 4:29 pm Reply

    Hi Eleanor and Lisa, I’ve been exploring your site. I lost my 26-year old son in September of last year to a drug overdose. As a speaker and trainer, I am exploring opportunities of how I can help others who are grieving and I applaud your efforts. If ever you’re looking for guests, I’d be happy to join if you think I can add value to your show. Thanks for all you do.

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    I enjoyed listening to “maintaining relationships after death”. It helped and feel encouraged to reach out. Thank you.

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