Podcasts

Conflicting Grief Feelings

It's a concept. I don't think a lot of people think about the fact that love and hate can exist at the same time in our heart. Happy and sad can exist at the same time. That's where the term bittersweet comes from. We have opposite emotions or how we call them...

Prioritize Your Grief

We have to start prioritizing our grief. We do need.  No one wants to be without love. But when you have love and you have these relationships through death, divorce, and again, break up of a romantic relationship, you lose it. But no one wants to deal with it....

Uvalde

This episode was recorded just two weeks after the Uvalde, Texas shooting.  Sharon asks Erica to go back to the moment when she learned that Austin had died to help people understand what those parents might have been feeling in the moments leading up to finding...

What Is Closure?

What is closure?  What does that even mean? What is closure and how did that come to be a term associated with relationships or brokenheartedness and why is it that I feel like you always hear it on the news? We gotta get all the newscasters together and tell...

Is Crying Required?

Is crying required in order to grieve?  Absolutely not. Isn't it funny how people think that if you don't cry, then you haven't grieved or they associate their grieving with crying. Like we put the two together. When people see you out in public and you're not...

Grief and Abortion

The Sisters discuss the choices that a woman and a man have to go through when making the decision of whether or not to have an abortion and the grief that is connected to that.      DOWNLOAD TRANSCRIPT

Grieving is Exhausting

We just shared this with a client this week because she is staying in bed longer than she ever has before. And it's worrying her husband. And she's been worried about it too because she's said she didn't want to get stuck in the debilitating depression. This...

I Miss the Sound of Your Voice

The Sisters talk about the griever resisting healing, resisting the pain. In the first few weeks and months after the loss, the most important thing that the griever can be doing is allowing in the pain, but no one ever tells them that.  One of the ways is to...