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Grieving Voices

Victoria Volk, The Unleashed Heart, LLC

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Grieving Voices is a podcast started by a lifelong griever for grievers. The mission of Grieving Voices is to change the conversation around grief; how we address our own and that of others and give grievers a platform for sharing what grief has taught them. Through education and personal story, listeners will learn more effective ways to help themselves and others.
 
Grief is universal. It appears when you feel loss or sorrow. It can manifest with many life changes, such as loss of life, relationships, sexuality, addiction, and even culture. Each week listeners share the pain, the process. and the point they overcame grief. The hope is to help the next person put their pain into perspective and see the light at the end of the proverbial tunnel.
 
Hi I’m Megan Hillukka. A Grieving mother, turned grief coach, I now support, guide, and offer tools to navigate the unthinkable of child loss to other moms who also know this pain. I help you go from feeling empty, lost, and broken, to learning to carry your grief and live alongside it. If there’s one thing I want you to see, it’s hope. Hope that there’s life after loss, hope that there’s so much more for you, and encouragement that you are normal. All of this is possible, along with never f ...
 
A space for any mom who is on the wild ride of motherhood while navigating a grief journey. This ain’t your average grief podcast. As motherless moms, Cara and Rashida tackle tough conversations about grief and how it shows up in motherhood with grace and understanding, but also humor. Yes. Humor. Because grief isn’t always sad. There is joy and celebration on grief journeys too. Join The Grieving Mamas Club weekly as we tackle anything and everything at the corner of grief and motherhood.
 
Mary M. McCambridge (Mary Mac), is a Grief and Bereavement Specialist, Coach, Speaker and Award-Winning Author of several works in her field, who established the Foundation for Grieving Children, Inc., her weekly podcast, The Mary Mac Show, and The Mary Mac Store offering products and gifts for the bereaved. She has endured many deaths of family and friends to drunk drivers, accident and illness, including the murder of her 11 year-old stepdaughter and lends her over 35 years' experience to ...
 
The death of one’s child is a grief like no other. As a bereaved parent, part of your very being has been cut off from you, and you must figure out how to live with that part of you missing. You will never be the same, but you can have hope that your life can still have meaning and purpose again, as you learn to live in a way that honors the life of your child instead of being stuck in the deep grief of his or her death. The Grieving Parents Sharing Hope podcast is an outreach of the nationa ...
 
This podcast was created to give a voice to those who have lost someone close to them from an accidental overdose. Parents, spouses, sisters, brothers and others will be interviewed to celebrate the life of their loved one who died from an overdose and to remember this person as more than their addiction. We will explore how others cope and pass on this information to those who are grieving and feel they have nowhere to turn. Unfortunately, there are many out there and the numbers are growin ...
 
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There is another thing Laura has learned in ten years of grieving the death of her daughter that she did not talk about in last week's episode, which is how much of an emotional roller coaster ride it is now, even ten years later. Yes, as the years go by, things smooth out and we may not find ourselves on the roller coaster ride as often, but it st…
 
The one thing I found that my guests Marty Cooper and Ken Ross have in common is that they both embody optimism. Marty can't imagine life without learning and without feeling hope for the future. While Ken, in all of his traveling and adventures, never worries about potential adverse outcomes. Both are optimistic in their way, and both are wonderfu…
 
In Episode 98, we discuss the death of a baby through Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (SUID) or Infant Death where a child dies a few months or years into their life and how their parents and family deal with the unanticipated devastation of their loss. Additional Notes: Please visit my corresponding blog to this…
 
Grieving is a storytelling podcast that shares personal stories of loss and sorrow that had manifested from many life changes, such as loss of life, relationships, sexuality, addiction, and even culture. Each week listeners tell the pain, the process, and the point they overcame the grief.Jeanmarie Parrish
 
Disclaimer: This episode talks about mental health, addiction, sexual assault and suicide. Episode Pointers: Take care of yourself. Self-care is all you can truly model for your children. Everything that crumbles or catapults you into guilt and shame comes from a lack of self care and lack of adult relationships. There are 5 things a parent can do …
 
The day this podcast episode airs (on October 12, 2021) will be the 10-year anniversary of Becca's departure from this earth (Laura’s oldest daughter). Laura says the beginning of the last ten years held the most pain she have ever experienced. She had no idea that kind of suffocating darkness even existed. It scared her, not knowing how she was go…
 
Ken Ross has a theory for the way he lives his life and, it didn't come to be without the influence of his mother, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross. Ken and I dig deeper into his life experience growing up in a home where grief, death, and dying were a daily part of life and the topic of conversation. His mother, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross's first book, On Death a…
 
In Episode 97, we discuss the death of a baby through miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy or stillbirth and the pain, confusion and grief couples experience during these times. Additional Notes: You can obtain my free ebook entitled 21 Things You Must Know About The Grieving Process, available for immediate download at www.MaryMac.info. The Emotional Fr…
 
Episode Pointers: When grief first comes to you, you might have a few tools in your toolbox. It may be ways you have used to cope in the past or things you’ve used to get through hard seasons in your life before. But imagine that you get to build a toolbox of skills that you can pick and choose from to help support you on your grief journey. If you…
 
In this episode, Rashida sits down with Ryan Schwartz from Mental Health Match (@mentalhealthmatch; https://mentalhealthmatch.com/) and Jessica Eiseman from Ajana Therapy (@ajanatherapy; https://ajanatherapy.com/) to discuss grief and motherhood, coping with triggers and how you can find a therapist that fits your needs.…
 
Recently Laura received a response from one of the Weekly Word of Hope emails. The pareavor was upset with how Laura's email said, Neither life nor death is in our hands. God is the one who gives life within the womb. And God chooses when each person takes their last heartbeat. Part of what this mom shared said, That is scary. For that implies God …
 
What does the wizard behind the one invention that has transformed society around the globe have to say about optimism, failure, and learning? Marty Cooper has been coined the name the "Father of the Cell Phone" but, there's more to him than being an inventor of one of the most societal-altering devices. It took ten years to see his dream come to f…
 
In Episode 96, we discuss the guilt and regret we might feel after a loved one's death and learn how to help comfort and soothe ourselves. Additional Notes: As you know I am a great believer in the power of the Emotional Freedom Technique. Here are a few videos that I think will help you tremendously. EFT Video on Guilt, EFT Video for Grief after D…
 
Episode Pointers: When Aria died, one of the biggest things I learned was that death can happen at any moment. In one instant, someone you love can be gone. I’ve wanted to learn how to live again, because I don’t know what’s going to happen tomorrow. And I want to live, I want to have a connection with my kids and be present for them. The only mome…
 
It's September 2005 . Fall Out Boy is blasting on Rashida's CD player on her way to Forever 21 to pick out a new 'fit for her high school homecoming weekend. But before she can sport that cute new top, she's suited up in her cute lil' marching band uniform, ready to perform with her closest gal pals in the Hazelwood Homecoming parade. As she rounds…
 
It's April 2020 and literally everyone's world is turned upside down. The pandemic is in full swing and no one knows what the hell is going on. Hand sanitizer and Lysol fill the air. Everyone is quarantined and WFH with their kid(s). Life was about taking a step back, re-evaluating, going for long walks in the evening, making banana bread & figurin…
 
Well, Mama, you made it. Another day stronger, whether you believe it or not. Cara + Rashida are your new besties in navigating grief & motherhood with a side of sarcasm. Consider yourself an official member of The Grieving Mamas Club. WE'RE SO GLAD YOU'RE HERE! When times get tough, just remember you're a bad ass B and you got this, Mama!…
 
Recently Laura received a response from one of the Weekly Word of Hope emails. The pareavor was upset with how Laura's email said, Neither life nor death is in our hands. God is the one who gives life within the womb. And God chooses when each person takes their last heartbeat. Part of what this mom shared said, That is scary. For that implies God …
 
When you find yourself the observer of a situation that brings up some emotional dis-ease for you, it may be helpful to say the following to yourself: “I don’t know what I don’t know.” This helps me to feel better when I have felt wronged in some way or when I find myself raising an eyebrow at a situation that may or may not involve me. Society isn…
 
In Episode 95, we discuss the various individuals we feel anger toward after a loved one's death and ways to handle it. Additional Notes: As you know I am a great believer in the power of the Emotional Freedom Technique. Here are a few videos that I think will help you tremendously. EFT Video on Anger, EFT Video for Pent Up Anger, EFT Video for Gri…
 
Episode Pointers : Anxiety is not a problem. The more you resist anxiety, the more intense it gets. Having anxiety is your brain’s way of protecting you. Thought Induced Anxiety is when your thoughts are like a ‘runaway train’. You do not need to believe every thought you think. Even if it feels true. Acknowledge the anxiety, fear, and the worries.…
 
Today Laura will talk about a simple way to help pareavors remind themselves of some of the most important things they need to remember on this grief journey, using the word grief as an acronym. Listen in, as Laura talks about each one in detail. G- Give yourself a lot of grace. R Release yourself from guilt. I Ignore those who are trying to fix yo…
 
There are psychics and then there are psychic mediums. Do you know the difference? Sirry shares the difference between the two in this week's episode. And, there's so much more that we cover in this conversation including: Her grief growing up, things she's experienced as an adult, and what her grief is today. What her thoughts are on the afterlife…
 
In Episode 94, we look at how we can feel overwhelming loneliness and isolation after a loved one's death and how to help ourselves through these difficult times. Additional Notes: You can obtain my free ebook entitled 21 Things You Must Know About The Grieving Process, available for immediate download at www.MaryMac.info. The Emotional Freedom Tec…
 
Episode Pointers: Enneagram is a lens and the way that we look at the world and it's helping us understand what is going on internally In Enneagram, there are 9 different personalities wherein each type is so complex. This is like a basis of the core motivation or what you subconsciously fear in life. Her book recommendation : What to Say When You …
 
When our child dies, all our goals that had to do with that child dies with them, which seems to carry over into every part of our lives. We lose hope that life is even worth living without the plans we had for, and with, our child. When we don't have any hope, we don't see a future, and it puts us in a vicious cycle which is hard to get out of. Th…
 
As a parent, if you had to choose between your child's best interest or what you personally wanted, you would likely choose what’s best for your child. However, what if that decision meant your child wouldn't be with you full-time? Kristjana was faced with a gut-wrenching decision that hung over her head for weeks on end until a moment of clarity s…
 
In Episode 93, we look at how stress affects us during the grieving process and techniques that will help us bring calm to our lives. Additional Notes: You can obtain my free ebook entitled 21 Things You Must Know About The Grieving Process, available for immediate download at www.MaryMac.info. The Emotional Freedom Technique or EFT is a succession…
 
Episode Pointers: Imagine that gratitude is like practicing a muscle. It’s like practicing gratitude in your body. Just because you are grieving doesn't mean you can't practice feeling gratitude. Grief and gratitude can coexist together and they don't have to cancel each other out. Remember your thoughts create your feelings, your feelings create y…
 
Most of us have what can be called domino effects after the death of our child. Just like when the first domino in a line of dominos falls and causes others to fall, the death of our child can cause unexpected and painful chain reactions. In this episode, Laura shares one of those personal chain reactions, and prays over other parents who are facin…
 
Through the challenges and struggles of life, we often find our strength and learn what we're capable of as we search for meaning in our pain. This episode shares two stories of the tenacity it took to dig deep, while also acknowledging the need for help and support and seeking it for themselves. Rachel battled with her husband for two years as he …
 
In Episode 92, we remember the morning of September 11, 2001, the deadliest terrorist attack in world history and the first on American soil. Also visit https://marymac.info/2021/09/05/the-mary-mac-show-9-11-20-years-later/ to read more about this and to see videos of that day as well as the memorial which now stands in its place. Bless all who die…
 
Episode Pointers: You know what you need inside of you already. Maybe you just haven’t given yourself permission to listen to yourself, or you haven’t even allowed space for that to come to the surface. When you are suffering, you are not able to take care of your loved ones until you take care of yourself. If you begin to let go of beliefs that ar…
 
This week Laura is doing something a bit different. Her new CD was just released, and you will be hearing her share the story behind each song. (One of the songs was written by her daughter, Becca, who died at age 29.) The songs are: I Remember Well Still Waiting You Are Together Forever I Keep Walking Jesus Never Fails Before the Throne God create…
 
It was a great day; nothing seemed off with his daughter Zoi. They enjoyed a meal together; she headed to her room while he went downstairs to do some computer work. Sometime later, before heading to bed, he went to say goodnight to his beloved daughter, Zoi. The music she loved blaring from her stereo; he opened the door only to see an empty bed. …
 
In Episode 91, we discuss the courageous act of developing a plan for what we would like to happen should we become ill, unable to care for ourselves, or die and the decisions that need to be made so our families know of our desires. Additional Notes: If you are ill or grieving a loved one’s death, take the time to research a hotline with trained c…
 
Episode Pointers: It’s our natural instinct to run from triggers. We often see them as a bad thing. The thing I believe about triggers, is that it’s your body’s way of letting you know that there’s some healing work that can be done around that. It’s letting you know that there is a layer there that can be worked through. When you trigger your trau…
 
As parents who have experienced child loss, we carry a heavy load of grief. In this episode, Laura shares how she discovered five helpful parallels of climbing mountain trails, to our grief journey. Links Mentioned in this episode: Listen to sample songs of new CD Together Forever Thirty Ways to Bring Yourself Comfort and Take Care of Yourself Clic…
 
Eight years following the death of her husband from acute lymphoblastic leukemia, Rachel reminisces on the love she lost and also the pain and lessons that came from his death as well. Rachel found purpose through her pain in writing about her experience, which later became her book, and also through cancer advocacy. In this episode, she shares the…
 
In Episode 90, we discuss the importance of speaking about death and dying preferably long before imminent death is upon our relatives and loved ones. Additional Notes: If you are ill or grieving a loved one's death, take the time to research a hotline with trained counselors to speak with. The very best individuals to connect with are those who ar…
 
Note : This episode is a Facebook Live Recording on July 20, 2021. Click here to watch the recording: https://fb.watch/v/3IRqQ5muo/ In today’s episode, Sandra shares her grieving journey when she had lost her only child, Conor. She was devastated,depressed, and fell into great anxiety. She also had a recurrence of her cancer.It took her 4 years to …
 
Many of us struggle with our view or belief about God after the death of our child. We feel like He has abandoned us. But it is much more helpful when we see God as the rescuer in our story, rather than the cause of our pain by something he did or didn’t do. In this episode, Laura takes a deeper look at Philippians 1:21 when Paul says, to live is C…
 
Grief can either suck the life right out of you or, it can build you into the most compassionate heart for others who will look to you to lean on for support in their grief. They say grief shared is grief diminished, but many people find sharing their grief difficult. Some turn to writing as a way to express and soothe the soul like I had and like …
 
In Episode 89, we discuss the grief of not being able to get pregnant, the isolation when we choose not to share this with others, and alternatives some couples decide to take to build a family. Additional Notes: If my podcast has helped you, I'd welcome you to support it by buying me a cup of coffee! Thank you. Visit www.Resolve.org, an organizati…
 
Episode Pointers: It’s so painful when someone comes and judges the way you are grieving. We all express our grief differently. You can only control how you walk with your grief. As soon as you give yourself permission to grieve in the way that’s best for you, you no longer need to try to convince others they are doing it wrong. Stop judging yourse…
 
As a parent who has had a child die, it is very common to spend a lot of time thinking about the good things our children are missing out on because they are no longer here. We wish we could trade places with our kids because of those things. But how often do we think about the fact that they are also missing out on sickness, disease and corruption…
 
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