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Podcasts That Speak Your Grief
Grief can set in at the most inconvenient of times.
During a business meeting, all it took was one look at your coworker’s butterfly mug, and you’re remembering your mother giving you the nickname “Butterfly.” You choke back tears, hoping no one notices.
You’re out with your family at the park and see the same pine tree that sheltered you with your father while reading together. The memory brings a wave of grief that immediately drains you.
Not everyone you know may understand these experiences. Thanks to digital podcasts, it’s easy to access conversations with others sharing grief situations similar to yours – from a comfortable distance.
Give a listen to these podcasts covering various grief topics:
What’s Your Grief
This podcast is produced by two mental health professionals who have both lost a parent. They cover a wide range of grief topics including loneliness in grief, parenting while grieving, going back to school after a death, and more. Find them all here.
Hospice of Central Ohio: Listen and Learn
Our affiliate Hospice of Central Ohio has a volunteer-driven podcast called Listen and Learn. One of their topics is supporting someone who is grieving. Find this podcast and more here.
NPR Stories About Grief
Did you know NPR has a website section called Stories About Grief? If you saw the viral video about the bond this 81-year-old man and young girl formed after his wife’s death, you’ll want to hear the podcast here.
Have you ever had dreams about a deceased loved one? You’re not alone. Grief Dreams Podcast talks about these dreams and other subjects tying into grief. Listen to their topics here.
Grief Out Loud
The Dougy Center’s Grief Out Loud podcast talks about grief stories and support surrounding children and families. Find out more here.
Are you ready to talk about your grief with our professionals? Contact one our bereavement center by clicking here.
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