What's Your Grief Podcast: Grief Support for Those Who Like to Listen
About This Show
In this podcast series Eleanor Haley and Litsa Williams, the two mental health professionals behind the grief website What's Your Grief, seek to leave no stone unturned in demystifying the complicated and sometimes crazy experience of living life after loss.
One digestible topic at a time, Haley and Williams distill topics ranging from grief theory to coping. Grievers and grief professionals alike will find their approach practical, relatable, informative and engaging. Grief is sad and confusing, but your grief support doesn't have to be.
Most Recent Episode
Returning to Work After the Death of a Loved One
3 days ago
Many people have to return to work within days after experiencing the death of a loved one. Others have a little more flexibility, but must eventually take the step to return to the workplace and workforce. In this podcast the girls of What's Your Grief discuss returning to work after the death of a loved one. They address some of the common barriers and offer suggestions for reducing stress during this transition. 0:00 - 5:40: Announcements 5:40 - 15:00: Things we've watched and read about grief 15:00 - 35:00: Returning to work after the death of a loved one What's Your Grief
Rated 5 out of
Most relateable grief podcast
I lost my father 20 years ago and recently lost my mother to leukemia. I wanted to go through the grieving process in a healthier, more productive way this time, and this podcast has been a great help in understanding how to grieve in a healthy way. The hosts are much more relateable to me than hosts of other shows (probably because they are younger and use good intro music) and have a very realistic take on the grief process. The accompanying blog is excellent as well.
Date published: 2015-08-14
Rated 5 out of
I just started listening to your show and am so glad I found it,your show has really helped me to understand what the heck I have been going through.My Dad died last year and I am finally curious about my grief and can actually talk about it.Learning about secondary grief was like a light bulb going off.Things seem a little clearer.Thank you.
Date published: 2015-08-01