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Living with Loss
56 minutes | Jul 29, 2021
EP 20: Kicking Cancer's Butt, with Suzie Aries
In today's edition of the podcast, I sat down with the remarkable Suzie Aries. Suzie is a communication support worker, Hockey player and singer. She was diagnosed with extremely rare and aggressive ovarian cancer in 2017. Her initial prognosis gave her 2 years. 5 years on she is still dancing, singing and making killer crochet animals. Despite her gruelling battle with cancer, Suzie carries herself with amazing positivity and an air of resilience.She is a true warrior and a really funny woman. 0:00 Suzies story15:29 Chemotherapy23:05 Learning Sign Language 31:33 Radiotherapy/ Side effects 36:48 Dieting 43:13 Understanding your body 46:50 Immunotherapy
63 minutes | Jun 22, 2021
EP 19. I had Cancer at 15 years Old and survived, with Luke Constantinou
Today on the podcast, I'm joined by the ever so inspiring Luke Constantinou.Luke was diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma at 15 years old. He shares all there is to know about the cancer realm.In this honest emotional interview, we discuss his journey with cancer, where he is now and ultimately his story. There is a lot we can learn from Lukes resilience and mental strength.Continue inspiring my friend. Timestamps:0:00 Pre Pod ChitChat 4:10 Lukes' Cancer story10:45 What it's like hearing a cancer diagnostic?19:25 Chemotherapy 24:16 Handled day to day life32:10 How cancer impacted playing sport 38:28 Mentality and mental health 45:03 Cancer stories01:00:44 Advice Living with loss is hosted by Joe Bellman and edited by Joey Nunes and Henry Ley.My Instagram handles:https://www.instagram.com/joebellman/https://www.instagram.com/livingwithl...Lukes instagram handle @Luke constaninou7https://www.instagram.com/lukeconstantinou7/
51 minutes | Jun 9, 2021
EP 18. Losing dad at 4 years old: with Sammy Peterman
Welcome back to the living with loss podcast. Today I'm joined by Sammy Peterman Sammy lost his father at the early age of 4, now 23, he looks back on his life, sharing what he has learnt from grief, battling addiction and the importance of keeping your mind healthy. Navigating life without a loved one is hard, but Sammy shares how he always found a way. Thank you mate Living with loss is hosted by Joe Bellman and edited by Joey Nunes and Henry Ley.https://www.instagram.com/joebellman/https://www.instagram.com/livingwithl...https://www.instagram.com/joeynd7/
47 minutes | May 13, 2021
EP 17. They used to call him slippers with Sam Keene
Today I'm joined by the Sam Keene Sam lost his father at seven years old.We discussed his story, how he has dealt with young bereavement, and stepping into a parental role Living with loss is hosted by Joe Bellman and edited by Joey Nunes and Henry Ley.https://www.instagram.com/joebellman/https://www.instagram.com/livingwithl...https://www.instagram.com/joeynd7
63 minutes | Apr 21, 2021
EP 16. Surviving suicide and the road to recovery with Joe Clark
CONTENT WARNING: The following contains a discussion of suicide and suicidal ideation. Today's guest is Joe Clark. Joe is a remarkable guy, with a truly unique story to tell. Joe a current University of Leeds student, survived an attempted suicide during the Summer of his A-level exams. I came into contact with Joe, after reading his insightful blog article. 'surviving suicide and the road to recovery.We discussed his suicide attempt. The induced pressures of high sporting performance, and his plans to reform the UK mental health system.Joes' article https://joeclark01.medium.com/surviving-suicide-and-the-road-to-recovery-3261de2e8726Living with loss is hosted by Joe Bellman and edited by Joey Nunes and Henry Ley.https://www.instagram.com/joebellman/https://www.instagram.com/livingwithl...https://www.instagram.com/joeynd7/
57 minutes | Mar 19, 2021
EP 15. Mental health emergency with Liam Butcher
In Today's chat, I'm joined by Liam Butcher.Liam lost his friend Matt to cancer, we looked at the male culture around mental health and grief, the wonderful work behind the "Let's talk about loss charity" and the importance of conversation. Living with loss is hosted by Joe Bellman and edited by Joey Nunes and Henry Ley.https://www.instagram.com/joebellman/https://www.instagram.com/livingwithlosspod/
53 minutes | Mar 2, 2021
EP 14. I'm lucky I got to say goodbye With Maya Vahidi
Today I'm joined by the wonderful Maya Vahidi. Maya recently lost her father to a short battle with cancer. Maya shared her story, what grief means to her, and finding meaning after a loss. It was an eye-opening conversation and nice to talk about Grief in its early stages. Living with loss is hosted by Joe Bellman and edited by Joey Nunes and Henry Ley.https://www.instagram.com/joebellman/https://www.instagram.com/livingwithl...https://www.instagram.com/joeynd7/
56 minutes | Feb 24, 2021
EP 13. I may have Alopecia but alopecia doesn't have me with Leanne Poluck
In this conversation, I'm joined by Leanne Poluck.Leanne spoke to me about her battle with alopecia, a condition she became aware of at uni. We discuss what it means to live with alopecia, the common misconception associated with it, and the emotional and physical toll it has on her body and mind. Watch the full video on youtubeLiving with loss is hosted by Joe Bellman and edited by Joey Nunes and Henry Ley.https://www.instagram.com/joebellman/https://www.instagram.com/livingwithlosspod/https://www.instagram.com/joeynd7/
47 minutes | Jan 18, 2021
EP 12. I lost my brother to an overdose: with Avery Peterson
Living with loss is a platform to break down the stigma around loss, and normalise those tricky conversations Today I'm joined by Avery Peterson.Avery lost her brother Jeremey, to an Overdose.Avery shared stories about the brilliance of her brother, and how Jeremy shaped who she is today.We explore her Grief, and how that has changed over time.and highlight the importance of valuing those who are around you.
60 minutes | Jan 14, 2021
EP 11. I miss her every single day: family edition
Today I'm joined by the family don herself, my Nana Susan. This was a conversation I was quite apprehensive for, primarily because the very nature of our circumstances are identical. And usually, an intense discussion with a family member is something I'd shut myself down for. But I found it to be a truly delightful chat, one that definitely brought us closer together. The hardest of conversations can often be the most rewarding.
57 minutes | Jan 8, 2021
EP 10. 2020 a year for the history books
2020 is a year that will be remembered for all the wrong reasons. It was a year that offered so little but caused so much hurt, divide and pain. In this chat, once again I'm joined by Olivia (The Big Grief), this chat is a reflection of the past year.We look at how grief evolved and development during a pandemic, how the prolonged period of isolation impacted our mental states and a reminder of how far we have come in this last year.Thanks for being part of the living with loss podcast journey zoom edition
43 minutes | Dec 25, 2020
EP 9. I didn't like anything about myself: with Raphi Auret
In this discussion on mental health, I'm joined by my good mate Raphi Auret. we open up about our experience with Mental health;the masking of emotions in male culture, and the road to self-improvement.
52 minutes | Dec 21, 2020
EP 8. My Mum passed away a week into my first year of Uni: Jess fine
Today I'm joined by Jess Fine, Jess lost her Mum to cancer in 2017, we discuss the everlasting impact of cancer, her important work with Myogenes, Health anxiety, and the Braca gene which is a gene that increases the likelihood of developing breast Cancer for a carrier.As always thank you for choosing to listen to this podcast, and thank you for your engagement and willingness to Normalise those tricky conversationsIf you have any thoughts on the episode and want to get in touch with me.My Instagram is @joebellman My email is: email@example.comFollow on Spotify and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, leaving a cheeky review if you have time.
60 minutes | Dec 8, 2020
EP 7. I know that I will see him again: with Grant Morgan
Today we sat down with Grant Morgan who discussed the tragic loss of his eldest son Jack https://www.instagram.com/itsme_jmo/Grant delves deep into the road not travelled, survivors obligation and how he is spending the rest of his life 'being more Jack'.A moving and inspiring conversation about how inspiring Jack Morgan is.
57 minutes | Dec 5, 2020
EP 6. Joe Bellman Living with loss: Olivia from The Big Grief
Welcome back to the Living with Loss podcast.Today I'm joined by Olivia who runs The Big Grief page on Instagram (Tagged below.) A page that follows her Grief, and helps others navigate their own.Olivia lost her mother and Father within 2 years of each other.We discuss the fear anxiety of losing someone, the importance of communication and looking after your own needs.I hope you enjoy the chat JB Instagram Joe's:https://www.instagram.com/joebellman/Olivia's :https://www.instagram.com/thebiggrief/
48 minutes | Dec 3, 2020
EP 5. My Mum Just loved the rain: with Skyler Crawford
Today's edition of the living with loss podcast.I'm joined by Skyler Crawford, Skyler lost his Mum to cancer when he was 16.We discuss, Grief, alternative cancer treatments, compassion and the importance of being 'Quick to Love'Skyler is one of the kindest and most down to earth people I know, and he shares his knowledge for life within this chat.
47 minutes | Nov 30, 2020
EP 4. Living with Loss: An honest conversation with Josh Morrison
Today I'm joined by a School friend Josh Morrison.Josh lost his Mum to cancer when he was 11 years old.We discuss, his grief, and how that changed over time, Growing up without that motherly figure, and the importance of opening up, which is even more important during the current state of the world.I hope you enjoy this chat !!!
90 minutes | Nov 24, 2020
Ep 3. A cannabis addiction was a safety valve for my self content : with Patrick Bayele
In today's conversation, Kim and I sit down with Patrick Bayele to discuss the passing of his brother in 2012. Patrick's brother attempted suicide and later passed in the hospital due to Sepsis.Patrick enriches us with an insight into his journey with grief, and how finding God has helped him deal with his struggles.This is a really insightful conversation but I understand it's a little long,So I have listed a few conversation topics and the time we dip into that topic so you can skip right to it if you feel like it.9:23 Patricks' relationship with his brother 16:2 Views on God 25:09 Return to the inner child/ response to loss 35:36 Finding comfort within loss38:52 Selfish attitudes 43:00 The importance of finding God53:13 Coping Mechanism 01:00:26 Self Negativity and the Human ego 01:08:19 Death being a turning point in life 01:15:48 Talking to his brother
58 minutes | Nov 23, 2020
EP 2. Living with Loss: An Honest conversation with Maddie Buchi
In Today's Honest conversation, I'm joined by Maddie Buchi.Maddie Lost her Mum to Ovarian Cancer in 2014, she was only 13.We discuss things such as Grief and the Journey to acceptance.
50 minutes | Nov 19, 2020
EP 1. Living with loss: An honest conversation with Kim Yudelowitz
Kim and I discuss the implications of losing a parent at a young age. An honest conversation on Grief, discussing the different stages, writing as a coping mechanism and breaking the taboo.
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