Grief

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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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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Why Widows Do Bounce Back With Your Favorite Widow Coach, Maya Tyler

WRT 46 | Widow Coach

  Being a widow coach isn’t just a career for Maya Tyler. It’s deeply rooted in her own painful experience – an experience that she weaponized to help other widows navigate this tumultuous transition. Widowed at 27, Maya had her own share of what young widows typically experience, with all the judgment and prejudice attached to …

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Transforming The Narrative Of Grief Into A Celebration Of Life With Sarah Hines

WRT 41 | Narrative Of Grief

  Most of the time, people could not find the connection between beauty and death. The pain we feel tends to blind us from that connection. But in this episode, Sarah Hines, the Founder of Grief Advocacy, transforms the narrative of grief because it will never go away, but we can learn to live and …

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Managing Grief Through Art: The Canvas Of Life, Death, And Love With Noemi Beres

WRT 40 | Managing Grief Through Art

  The grief journey is full of streaks of dark and bright colors blended with the wonders of pain, love, and hope. The journey of loss doesn’t have to be dark; it can be a colorful spectrum when we are managing grief through art. In this conversation, Noemi Beres, the co-founder of Podcast Connections, paints us the …

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Honoring Our Furry Friends: A Guide To Coping With Pet Loss With Maribeth Decker, MS, MGA

WRT 39 | Pet Loss

  Love transcends the boundaries of time and death, reminding us that our pets’ spirits continue to shine brightly, guiding us with unwavering devotion. In this episode, Maribeth Decker, MS, MGA, the author of Peace in Passing: Comfort for Loving Humans During Animal Transitions, discusses the profound subject of pet loss and its impact on …

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Faith Tested, Faith Restored: The Remarkable Story Of A Widower Through Grief With James Price

WRT 38 | Widow

  Through grief’s darkest night, faith becomes the dawn that guides us to a new day. In this deeply moving episode, we sit down with James Price, a remarkable widower who opens his heart to share the profound story of his loss, healing, and newfound purpose. Life can be heartbreakingly unpredictable, and James knows this …

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A Polyamorous Widow’s Journey Of Grief And Healing With Elizzabeth Cannon

WRT 34 | Polyamorous Widow

  It’s easier for us to wrap our brains around anything if it’s put within the context of the mainstream. As far as widowhood goes, we almost by default put it in the context of conventional monogamous relationships. We don’t hear a lot about how the experience of loss works for someone who is in …

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My Twelfth Rose: A Story Of Love, Bipolar And Suicide With Pastor James Ford Jr. – Part 2

WRT | Bipolar Suicide

  Losing a loved one from suicide is a profoundly painful and complex experience that leaves those who are left behind grappling for answers. Pastor James Ford Jr. lost his wife to suicide after a long battle with bipolar. In this second part of a three-part conversation, he talks to Tina Fornwald about the experience …

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