Healing starts with the

Podcasts

Healing starts with the

Podcasts

COVID Guilt

The sisters discuss the tragic stories everyone has heard of family members who have passed Covid to each other resulting in the death of a loved one.  Guilt is such a common word for the surviving faint members to use when speaking of the relationship with a...

Will Grief Ever End?

There is a misconception that grief will last forever and that it's impossible to recover from loss.  The sisters dispel this myth and show how it is possible to recover from great loss.  Grief has a beginning, a middle and end.  However you have to go...

What Grief Has Taught Me

The sisters discuss everything that they have learned from their grief.  There is a lot that you learn from grief and the people around you.  The most important lesson learned is that everyone grieves differently.  No two people will grieve the same...

What Do I Do with their Things?

There is no right or wrong answer to this question.  This is so personal and different for each and every griever.  There is no time limit on when to clear out the personal belongings of your loved one.  When you are in a true place of healing you will...

Grief Changes Us

The sisters discuss how grief changes us.  Grief changes us in the here and now and changes us forever.  You are immediately changed by the event and then you continue to change as time passes.  If you do not actively go after what is broken in your...

You are Calling the Shots

The sisters discuss how each individual griever gets to call the shots for their own grief. They get to be in charge and make the decisions for how they choose to grieve. The griever has to communicate what they do and do not want, without fear of judgment and...

How to Help Your Partner with Grief

The sisters discuss how challenging it is to be in the passenger seat when your partner is grieving.  It is very hard because grief is unique and individual and everyone's grieving experience will look different.  The best thing you can do for your loved one...

Grieving Them With Respect

The sisters discuss how important it is to grieve your loved one with respect.  It's our responsibility as grievers to do the work needed to heal our hearts in honor of our loved ones.  When we hold on to our grief and refuse to do our heart work we are not...

Grief and Anxiety

The sisters discuss how grief can bring on feelings of fear and anxiety.  Erica shares how she was plagued with panic attacks and hives after the passing of her son, Donovan.  When a griever tries to push back and resist their feelings they open themselves...