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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.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Mary M. McCambridge (Mary Mac), 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 lends her over 35 years' experience to comfort and educate those grieving the death of a loved one. Her show is recognized among the 10 Best Podcasts on Grief and Bereavement by several ...
 
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 ...
 
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Does everything happen for a reason? How much of our lives is left to chance, and how much of it is a reflection of our choices? I explore these questions in this week's episode and more. Larry and Michelle shared their stories of love and loss and, although their stories of grief are vastly different, there are a few things incredibly similar in t…
 
In Episode 86, we discuss how others treat us after a pet's death, what to do with their belongings, how to help children, ways to memorialize them and when or if to get another pet. Additional Notes: I've created a Pet Loss page on my website where you can find the best people who will honor your grief. Some organizations, like Veterinarian Medica…
 
Reach out to her through her : Website : www.itbeginswithathought.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/itbeginswithathoughtcoaching Instagram : www.instagram.com/itbeginswithathoughtcoaching Podcast: www.itbeginswithathought.com/podcast Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/itbeginswithathought Her Favorite Book: - More Than A Body by Dr. Lexie Kite and Dr. Linds…
 
A parent who is in deep grief after the death of their child is in a very vulnerable place for the enemy s attacks. Jesus knew what it was like to have a wilderness experience and have the devil come at him during a time of intense weakness. In this episode, Laura continues looking at Jesus wilderness experience as he faces several temptations dire…
 
Samantha Ruth is not only a psychologist who helps those dealing with their grief, she also knows loss firsthand after her husband died unexpectedly. Her mission is to change the way the world views both grief and mental health, so people can openly speak about whatever issues they have and get the help they need without fear of judgment, labels, a…
 
We're excited to share that The Mary Mac Show is currently nominated for The People’s Choice Podcast Awards for best podcast in the category of Health. Please vote for us by visiting www.podcastawards.com during the month of July and share with family, friends and colleagues and encourage them to vote for us! Thank you for all your support. Because…
 
In Episode 85, we discuss what we can expect while grieving a pet's death and the emotional challenges we face. Additional Notes: I've created a Pet Loss page on my website where you can find the best people who will honor your grief. Some organizations, like Veterinarian Medical Schools, have hotlines staffed by those studying to become Veterinari…
 
For this episode, I want to share with you this meditation that I do in my coaching sessions with other grieving moms. It is called ‘Boxing Things Up Meditation’ because we somewhat box our thoughts and then we go to a happy place after that. This is not ignoring or putting them away, but it is to allow yourself to deal with them when you are ready…
 
Michelle St Jane is no stranger to grief, like many guests who have shared their stories. The traumatic experience of finding her grandfather deceased when she was 15 and the subsequent "Don't talk, don't tell" approach to grief laid the foundation for her in how she addressed her grief. She would later better understand the impact that her family …
 
When our child dies, many of us feel like we have been led into a dark pit and abandoned by God. We don t understand why God did not stop the death of our child, especially when we were doing everything right on our end to be a good Christian. In Matthew 4, we read how right after God spoke with an audible voice from heaven how pleased He was with …
 
Grief makes grievers feel like they don't have choices. And, it can also be difficult to bring yourself to take a chance on something or someone. In this episode, I explore choice and chance with Larry. Larry shares his stories of loss, focusing on a short-term love that touched his heart and life deeply, leaving a lasting impact. He shares the wis…
 
In Episode 84, we take a serious look at the stages of grief and how we often do not follow any certain path. We may also encounter various stages in different orders and revisit some along our journey. Additional Notes: My book Understanding Your Grieving Heart After a Loved One’s Death is perfect for those beginning their journey. Click here to g…
 
Episode Pointers: Post Traumatic Growth - It is positive change experienced as a result of the struggle with a major life crisis or a traumatic event. 5 General Areas of Post Traumatic Growth: 1. Develop a sense that new opportunities have emerged from the struggle. 2. Change in relationships with others. 3. Change is an increased sense of one’s ow…
 
The message I kept hearing from many different places for the first two years after my daughter leaving this earth was: Don t do, just be. I believe it is a message we all need at some point when working our way through the darkness and back into the light. The death of our child is a trauma, and we have some major healing that needs to occur in ev…
 
I share my favorite takeaways and reflections from Ep. 52 with Staci Bartley and Ep. 53 with Tina Ginn, exploring the importance of learning from the past and having the forethought for preparing for the future. Life is messy, and we can learn from our messes, and we can clean them up, too. If we could learn how to re-frame the challenges of our li…
 
In Episode 83, we discuss the myths we may believe about the grieving process based upon how others have grieved in the past. Yours is a unique grief and path, based upon the relationship you shared, how they died and where they died. Additional Notes: Visit Crisis Connections at my website to telephone a trained counselor to speak with whenever yo…
 
We're excited to share that The Mary Mac Show is currently nominated for The People’s Choice Podcast Awards for Best Podcast in the Category of Health. Please vote for us by visiting www.podcastawards.com during the month of July and share with family, friends and colleagues and also encourage them to vote for us! Thank you for all your support. Be…
 
Episode Pointers: Learning to love yourself is not something that happens overnight, but it’s so important.If you want to love others well, you have to learn to love yourself first. When you learn to love yourself, you can take care of yourself.You can give love to others without depleting yourself. Oftentimes, we don’t have much compassion for any…
 
Our thoughts about spending time with God can be all over the place after the death of our child, and it may be the last thing we want to do if we are angry with him. Some of us used to feel close to Him before our loss, and now He feels very distant, as if He either cannot hear us or doesn t care. Just like there is no right or wrong way to grieve…
 
Tina, like many grievers, has found her passion in her pain. What started out as a career as a financial advisor, where she was well-versed in risk management, morphed into helping others prepare for the worst in their lives. Having lived through a forest fire evacuation order, the quick decline of a dear friend's health and death due to cancer, a …
 
From an early age, Miranda loved animals. At any given time, she had as many as three cats, three dogs, five chickens, a parakeet, a horse, as well as fish and rodents. She went on to become a certified pet care technician at age 11, and a wrangler at 16. Even in these happy times, Miranda suffered from mental illness and was later diagnosed with b…
 
In Episode 82, we discuss the challenges we face after the death of our husband or wife and how widows and widowers struggle to build a new life. Additional Notes: Visit Crisis Connections at my website to telephone a trained counselor to speak with whenever you are feeling overwhelmed, confused, frightened, fearful or any host of emotions. Even if…
 
Mehnaz Khan is an Artist and a Color Psychology Specialist. In today’s episode,she will share how colors affect the way we feel and the way we think. Episode Pointers : Everything in the environment like every single element of a painting, a decor, or texture impacts the subconscious mind. Colors are not only visual stimuli but they can impact you …
 
Last week we talked about how to answer the question, How many children do you have? This week we will discuss the question, How are you? This is an area we are good at putting on a mask with those who have not lost a child, but we will take it off very quickly when around those who have. In this episode, I share some thoughts from fellow pareavors…
 
From the age of 16, Staci Bartley was in the Relationship School of Hard Knox. She found herself pregnant at the age of 16. And, to do the "responsible" thing, she and her then-boyfriend (21 at the time) decided they would get married. A year later, she would end up a divorced single mother. However, at 21, she would expect a second child with a ne…
 
In Episode 81, we discuss the challenges we face after the death of our father or father figures, those longing to become fathers, those who have buried children as well as how we can help ourselves during our grieving process. Additional Notes: Visit Crisis Connections at my website to telephone a trained counselor to speak with whenever you are f…
 
“Who Am I?” is one of the sections of my Life After Child Loss Program. It is a part of my C.A.R.R.Y.ing Grief Framework where the Y stands for You and learning to love yourself again. 3 Parts of Who Am I?: 1. Who Was I? The person we were, died the day our child died. You cannot continue to be the person you were, when you experience the death of …
 
As a bereaved parent, getting asked what used to be a normal, simple question can cause confusion, guilt, anger or even bring us to tears. One of those questions is, How many children do you have? In this episode, I share a recently received email on this topic along with my thoughts and experiences with this very common question that we no longer …
 
We often find our purpose through our pain. Or are lead to our purpose through our pain. Either way, there's often a strong, deep desire to find meaning through the terrible life experiences we've gone through. I'm no exception to that, and many of my guests aren't either. Darren created AfterCloud, a "life-tech" app for capturing life's most preci…
 
In Episode 80, we discuss the challenges we face after the death of a parent or parents and how we can help ourselves during our grieving process. Additional Notes: Visit Crisis Connections at my website to telephone a trained counselor to speak with whenever you are feeling overwhelmed, confused, frightened, fearful or any host of emotions. Get my…
 
Episode Pointers: Pain is inevitable, suffering is optional. The suffering comes in, when we resist what is. Whether it’s the emotion, the circumstance, the relationship, what is. The resistance brings suffering. Byron Katie’s 4 questions in “The Work”: Go through a situation in your life that frustrated you or caused you a lot of stress. Replay th…
 
One of the struggles I hear from pareavors is the question: Why bother praying if God is just going to do whatever He wants to do and did not keep my child from dying? This is something that bothered me as well for quite some time. In this podcast episode I talk about this area of prayer in our lives, along with sharing something the Holy Spirit sh…
 
Arielle wasn't a newcomer to grief and loss by the time her husband decided to take his own life when she was only 29. She shares the highs, lows, and fears of navigating all of the unknowns and changes that came with losing her beloved, Rick. She wondered if she would ever love again, and because she and Rick couldn't have children together, she t…
 
In Episode 79, we discuss how our faith is challenged after the death of a loved one and how we might reconnect and rebuild our relationship with God. Bless you my warrior, my friend! xoxoMary M. McCambridge | Grief and Bereavement Specialist | Author
 
You can contact her through the following: Website : www.katrinaubellmd.com Instagram: @coachkatrinaubellmd Facebook : www.facebook.com/katrinaubellmd If you want more tools to help you, I have a workshop called Stop Talking Start Feeling, it’s a workshop that dives into emotions, what they are, and how you can begin to feel and process them and ge…
 
In this episode, Darren shares how loss (and his son) inspired him to create a way to capture life's most precious moments, support others through caregiving and loving gestures, and leave a legacy for future generations. After Cloud is, as Darren calls it, a life-tech app; for sharing what needs to be said, capturing what you never want to forget,…
 
In Episode 78, we honor the memory of those who were killed in the military and how we are affected by their deaths. Additional Notes: Visit Crisis Connections at my website to telephone a trained counselor to speak with whenever you are feeling overwhelmed, confused, frightened, fearful or any host of emotions. Learn the Emotional Freedom Techniqu…
 
Episode Pointers: Acceptance is something that seems so hard to be okay with. You know the fact that your child died and yet something in you fights this reality. Because you don’t want to believe it. And maybe if you keep fighting it, it means it didn’t happen or it’s not true. You never have to accept anything. You don’t have to accept that your …
 
We come into this world knowing how to grieve. We naturally know how to express ourselves to get our needs met. Then life happens, along with generational teaching that creates the perfect storm for adult issues. So much of what is wrong in our lives, as adults, can be traced back to our childhoods. That goes for possible health concerns, as well a…
 
Did you know there is literally a medical condition that in lay terms is called broken heart syndrome ? In this episode, I share a bit about that, along with how most of us moms just want to be done here, as well as how we can make a shift in wanting to stay for a while longer. Links Mentioned in this episode: Laura’s Book: Come Grieve Through Our …
 
In Episode 77, we discuss how we tend to feel invisible while attending gatherings after a loved one's death when others don't know how to treat us. Additional Notes: Visit Crisis Connections at my website to telephone a trained counselor to speak with whenever you are feeling overwhelmed, confused, frightened, fearful or any host of emotions. Lear…
 
Guilt is a very normal emotion to feel because we think that is our job to raise and protect our children, to keep them safe. It is also our job to make sure they are okay,healthy, loved, and ultimately protect them from dying. The reality is, that we cannot protect them from dying, but it certainly feels like it's’ our responsibility and that we d…
 
Last week was the first part of a discussion with my friend Joy Ware Miller. If you didn t hear it, you may want to listen to that one first and then come back. It is called From Surviving to Thriving and has a lot of encouragement. Both weeks are from an interview back in 2017 from an online event, but what Joy shared is so good, I felt like it ne…
 
Crystal shares the impact of losing her sister by suicide and the process of working through the grief that led her to start not one but two businesses in honor of her sister. What you will learn, though, through Crystal's episode, is that the loss of her sister was not the first. It was actually one of three within a short period of time. And, if …
 
In Episode 76, we discuss the painful subject of grieving when a parent is emotionally or physically absent. They may still be with us or have died, yet the hurt lingers. Learn ways to cope and reduce these scars. Additional Notes: Visit Crisis Connections at my website to telephone a trained counselor to speak with whenever you are feeling overwhe…
 
Episode Pointers: In grief, we often focus on it’s negative side. We think that life has to be suffering, life awful and horrible the rest of our lives. It’s also easy to think that people are rude, mean, and they don’t care. It’s easy for us to focus and give our energy on the people who are not helping us rather than those people who have helped,…
 
Joy Ware Miller lost her healthy and active thirteen-year-old son as he collapsed from an unknown heart condition at the local YMCA one afternoon in March of 2005. Joy has become one of my treasured friends who brings encouragement, as she has been on this journey several years longer than I have. In this episode, Joy shares: How she kept pushing h…
 
Rachel was living the good life; valedictorian and class princess, great friends, travel enthusiast, and living her best twenties life. That is until life became not so good. Her body began to deteriorate and, she didn't know what was happening or why. And, it would take several years, fourteen different doctors, and a diagnosis of Hashimoto's, mol…
 
In Episode 75, we remember our mothers and mother figures who made an impact on our lives. We also discuss the pain of bereaved mothers, ladies who struggle to bear the title and those who will never be called "Mom." Additional Notes: Visit Crisis Connections at my website to telephone a trained counselor to speak with whenever you are feeling over…
 
“This is the biggest challenge. I've had other challenges in my life but this is far above any challenge that I've had, and any challenge that I think I will have in the future.” Tina Kadish Episode Pointers: We all have this anger. Think of it as like energy that comes up in your body. And we look to who we could direct this anger at. So sometimes…
 
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