Hierarchy of Grief

The Sisters dispel the myth that there is a hierarchy of grief.  Grief is grief and a broken heart is a broken heart.  We should not compare our losses to others because we don’t know each others hearts.  Grief is unique and individual and cannot...

Grief Etiquette

The Sisters share the do’s and don’ts of what to say and what not to say to a griever.  Grievers want to talk and share their story but they need to be heard with respect.  Grievers need to be made to feel safe so that they can discuss their...

I’m Terrified Something Bad is Going to Happen

Erica shares about how her youngest son Jordan is preparing to go off to college she’s been having bad feelings about something terrible happening to him.  Sharon helps her access her feelings in real time and they discuss how it’s stemming from her...

60 Ain’t Old with Pam Tronson

Sharon interviews Pam Tronson once again to help women who are struggling with the aging process.  Sharon shares about the example she saw with her parents and how they seemed to give up on living when they got older.  Pam discusses how historically that is...

Break Up Grief with Kate Houston

The Sisters interview Kate Houston the creator of The Broken Heart Series.  Kate developed this series based on her personal experience with failed relationships.  Sharon and Erica share with Kate how it’s not uncommon for women to struggle with broken...

Anticipatory Grief

The Sisters define anticipatory grief as the grief that occurs when a loved one is given a terminal diagnosis and the family members try to imagine the pain they will feel when their loved one is actually gone.  Anticipating a loss is another layer in the...