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Supporting Children Grieving The Death Of A Parent: Three Steps Of Being To Guide You In Being Present With Dr. Christine Kiesinger

Widowhood Real Talk | Dr. Christine Kiesinger | Grieving Children

  It’s not about having the perfect words, but the genuine willingness to share the silence and hold the space. In this episode, Dr. Christine Kiesinger discusses how to support grieving children. She shares stories of actual children who have gone through losses of a parent or loved one. The children don’t want to be …

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Living Life With Passion: Lessons Learned From Death Over Coffee With Joi Brooks

Widowhood Real Talk | Joi Brooks | Death Over Coffee

  Sometimes, all you need is a good conversation over a cup of coffee. In this episode, Joi Brooks, the host of Email and Coffee, opens up about the profound journey she embarked upon following the loss of her husband, Harry, and the passing of her parents. Joi shares her insights on embracing life with …

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Diversity In Clinical Practice: Reducing Cultural Offenses And Repairing Relationships With Lambers Fisher

Widowhood Real Talk with Tina | Lambers Fisher | Diversity In Clinical Practice

  Helping without reservation is a beautiful concept that speaks to the depths of human compassion. But that concept will only be possible for therapists if they help and serve diverse clients without making cultural offenses. In this episode, Tina Fornwald welcomes the licensed marriage and family therapist into the show to share his insights …

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Shipwrecked: A Widow’s Journey To Healing, Parenting, And Dating Again With Jeanette Koncikowski

WRT Jeanette Koncikowski | Widow’s Journey

  Guilt can sometimes show up in grief. For Jeanette Koncikowski, being a widow brought up many realizations about the challenges that are often overlooked as we grieve our partners. We tend to look back and feel guilty and ashamed, thinking we aren’t good enough. In this conversation, Jeanette joins Tina Fornwald to lay bare …

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Losing Your Love Of Your Life By Accidental Overdose With Tawana Proctor-Robinson

WRT Tawana Proctor-Robinson | Accidental Overdose

  The shadows of a tragic event shall cast the beauty of love that radiates between you and your late hubsand. You will only feel the rhythm of life’s music until you learn to overcome the loss. In this episode, Tawana Proctor-Robinson recounts her life with her husband, Victor, and how he struggled with fentanyl, …

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Grief Transformation: Actively Healing From Unresolved Grief With Ghulam Fernandes

Widowhood Real Talk with Tina | Ghulam Fernandes | Unresolved Grief

  Oftentimes, people are stuck in grief and don’t know how to get out of it. And that sucks because most of the time, the other parts of our lives are perfectly fine but we aren’t present enough to enjoy them. Healing from unresolved grief is an active process, not a passive one, as today’s …

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The Life And Death Of A Father From A Son’s Perspective With Alexander Fornwald

WRT 48 | Death Of A Father

  For this year’s final episode, let’s hear from a son’s perspective of his father’s life and death. Alexander Fornwald recounts his memory with his father, Mark Fornwald, and his experience after he passed. Tina explains how helpful it is to have trusting relatives and friends to help you through the grief process, and Alexander …

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