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It’s time for grief to come out of the basement, or wherever we have stuffed it to avoid talking about it. When you suffer a loss you need support, comfort, and a safe place to heal. What you are experiencing is painful but normal, unique but similar, surreal but very, very real. As grief advocates we understand and want to provide support, knowledge and comfort as you continue to live and grieve. Host, Kathy Gleason; Producer, Stephanie Kendrick. www.asiliveandgrieve.com
 
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Summary: Suicide among our military's veterans is 1.5 times the national average for civilians, increased from previous years according to statistics. Listen in as Amy Rodrigues (Clinical Psychologist) and Mary Ellen Kesel (Clinical Social Worker) offer insight on this topic. September is Suicide Prevention Month and our guests provide resources av…
 
Summary: Often the first suggestion for someone grieving is to start journaling. For most people, journaling equals writing, and this suggestion is met with resistance at the thought of writing. Perhaps it might be helpful to consider journaling as a conversation with yourself, merely putting your thoughts and memories into words written down. Join…
 
Summary: Nancy Light returns after her episode of Caregivers Grief and broaches the serious topic of End of Life Discussions. The topics for these discussions can range from necessary paperwork to very specific choices for the time of passing. Most have heard of Health Care Proxy, Living Will and other forms needed by hospitals or nursing homes. Na…
 
Summary: Do you believe we can communicate with those we have lost? Can they send messages? And do we need a medium to be the connection for this communication? Psychic medium Ada May Brown visits with us today to shed some light on this mystifying ability and talent. Tune in to hear what she has to say. Episode Notes: Ada has been a professional P…
 
Summary: Complicated Grief has been a topic in previous episodes. Join us today as we hear from Rita Schulte, author of Surviving Suicide Loss Making Your Way Beyond the Ruins, who not only had to endure grief after the suicide of her husband, but was also the person who found his body in their home. In using the word "Ruins" in her title, she capt…
 
Summary: Personal stories touch us in many ways. Sometimes they help us feel we have gracefully avoided issues, and other times they help us realize we are not alone, nor crazy, nor odd. Hermès relates his journey through grief due both to loss of someone by death and also a devastating loss through a broken relationship. Episode Notes: Today’s gue…
 
Summary: We have all experienced that lump in our throat as we attend calling hours or a funeral. The lump you get when you know you should say something, as silence is awkward and uncomfortable. Andre Roupp, funeral director and supervisor at Roupp Funeral Home in Mifflinburg, PA. Andre offers his thoughts for words that are sincere and appropriat…
 
In this episode of "How I Grieve", Ian and Amy talk with Julie Ryan about her books, her gifts, scanning, past lives, what it means to be a medical intuitive and much more. It's 30 minutes that will change the way you look at loss.How I Grieve
 
As a mother, what would you do if you had a chance to reconnect with a child you lost. In this episode, I talk with Shauna Domalain, a Spiritual Medium who believes we all have the power to do just that and she'll tell you how. A fascinating 30 minutes about the loss of her song Jack, the grief the followed and how it led to Shauna sharing her gift…
 
Summary: When your partner is given a diagnosis of terminal illness, your grief journey starts. You may move through your days providing care for your loved one, driving them to a myriad of appointments and treatments or back and forth from the hospital. As you lose your own identity, your routine, you tend to focus on the things you can do somethi…
 
Summary: When a couple is grieving the same loss at the same time, things can get complicated. We already now grief is different for everyone - and this fact can change the dynamics substantially. Today, Dan and Nancy Loeffler share their story, including how they each handled their own grief, and then the dynamics of being a couple. Episode Notes:…
 
Summary: Wouldn't it be nice if there was a book we could turn to with answers to our deepest feelings, fears and emotions of grief? Let me re-introduce Gary Roe, whose book, The Grief Guidebook: Common Questions, Compassionate Answers, Practical Suggestions (Good Grief Series) has just hit the shelves of your favorite bookstores. Join us today as …
 
In the latest episode of "How I Grieve" we talk with Emmy winning Journalist and morning anchor for KWCH in Wichita, KS, Natalie Davis. In less than a year, Natalie lost both her parents, and she talks about her grief of "the loss before the loss" and much more. It's a moving story you must listen to.…
 
Summary: Caregivers are unique in that they give everything they have to care for someone in need. Some provide care for loved ones, some provide care as a career and yet others provide care out of a passion to serve. They are all subject to overloading their lives and burning out so the rest of us need to be aware of this and how we might help the…
 
Summary: Trauma-related grief is far more than our initial concept of grief. In addition to the devastation that accompanies the death of a loved one, situations are added that can include litigation, PTSD, media attention, face to face encounters with a perpetrator - a myriad of issues we cannot even imagine. Sharon Willow helps us better understa…
 
IN MEMORY OF CHRISTOPHER JONES Summary: Grief is devastating in and of itself. Imagine though losing a loved one through violence - violence on the streets, in your own neighborhood, across the street from your own house, while you watch helplessly. Sirena Cotton relives that today in our conversation. Episode Notes: Sirena Cotton's strength is evi…
 
Summary: UK's Karen Shaw shares the Energy Alignment Method (EAM) with us as a way to help control emotions, shape our responses to situations and use our positive energies for a better life. Whether assisting us in move forward more comfortably through our grief or merely to allow ourselves to move toward a happier and more fulfilling life, EAM ma…
 
In the latest episode of "How I Grieve", we talked with Debra and Dave Mathews. They bravely shared the story of losing their grandson, the layers of grief that surrounded that loss, and the desire to help others that was born from that loss. They called it, "Spark of Life".How I Grieve
 
Summary Join us as Eleanor Ward helps us understand how we can start to manage our Grief, instead of remaining in a "stuck state." Episode Notes: Sometimes we feel we just can't move on, but Eleanor's response to that is that we already have, though may be a bit stuck at the moment. She helps us identify triggers that may have caused this and aids …
 
A parent should never have to bury their child, unfortunately it happens. For Michele Roth, it happened as a result of a tragic accident. In this episode of How I Grieve, we talk to Michele about her son Darrin and the book she wrote to help her start to heal, with hopes it might help someone else some day.…
 
A mid-week bonus episode as I had the opportunity to talk with country singer, songwriter, musician-Kimberly Dawn. We talked about her family, her kids, her husband, her loss, addiction and how important it is to take care of yourself.How I Grieve
 
Summary: In this final episode, we want to suggest veterans lessen the burden for their loved ones who will make arrangements after their death, by considering some advance planning. Matthew Marini, Advance Funeral Planning Director for Dignity Memorial, informs us of some of the benefits that may be available -- as well as the key document to show…
 
Summary: "Daily," is the response to our question, "How often do you think of them?" We are, of course, referring to the countless men and women who served in our military and never returned home. Memorial Day isn't just a long weekend, picnics and parades. For our veterans it is an official reminder of their comrades killed while serving, or those…
 
Summary: In the Part 1 of this series, Dr. A. Peter Ziarnowski defines Survivors Guilt and offers insight on its connection to and impact on our military. In Part 2 of this series, we will hear personally from three veterans how they continue to cope with memories of their comrades who died while on active duty. Part 3 touches on the benefits made …
 
This podcast is built on how we all grieve differently and how it never goes away. In this episode, Shane Muir talks about the grief of losing his Dad and how after almost 5 years, the grief came back hard and what he did to process it.How I Grieve
 
Summary Do you dream of your loved one in your grief? Are you troubled by those dreams, or do they comfort you? Join us today as Dr. Joshua Black, Ph. D., describes his own investigation of bereavement dreams. There is very little academic research on this topic, so we are certain you will find this discussion enlightening. Episode Notes: Dr. Joshu…
 
In this episode of How I Grieve, Diane Buscemi shares a first on our show, a story of the lost of her younger kid sister, when Diane was just a child herself. How it changed her, her birthdays and what she did to honor or sister's name.How I Grieve
 
Summary Dedicated to Shayna Elizabeth Our guest today is Brian Smith. Brian knows grief as his daughter, Shayna, passed away unexpectedly in her sleep at the age of 15-1/2. This led him on a spiritual quest which has made him an amazing resource on the subject of death. Today he helps us understand how to recognize signs left by our departed loved …
 
Reagan Pasternak is a Canadian born actress from Toronto, Canada. She's the youngest of four siblings, with two sisters and one brother. She has starred in numerous TV shows and films including MTV's Jailbait, Hallmark's A Christmas Visitor, Welcome To Mooseport, CSI Las Vegas, Girl Meets World, Master's Of Sex, and was a lead in the critically acc…
 
Summary Our guest today is Gary Roe, who shares with us 3 Key Ways to Process Grief. Episode Notes: Gary Roe uses TWA to designate the 3 Key Ways to Process Grief, and adds his personal experience to help others feel supported and a bit more in control. These tasks will help verbalize memories, feelings and regrets and allow you to continue through…
 
Summary: In our grief we often think of how difficult it was to make decisions about funeral arrangements and other details. In today's episodes we introduce you to a unique concept of preparing your details ahead of time to save your loved ones that burden and stress that will face them after your last breath. Episode Notes: Our guest is Amy Picka…
 
Summary: Renowned author and bereavement celebrity joins us today to discuss what happens when bereavement and theological beliefs collide. Episode Notes: Rev. Dr. Terri Daniel is certified in Death, Dying and Bereavement and is also a Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist, whose life's work is focused on teaching people how to perceive death, grief…
 
Amy and I have been wanting to do this episode for some time now. It safe to say Covid-19 and the pandemic changed the face of education for anyone and everyone on all sides of education system. Teachers, parents, administration, janitorial, nutrition, students, parents, siblings, relatives, employers, it touched EVERYONE. Ian Demory, was brave eno…
 
Summary: Some people leave a note to be read after their death and these notes are treasured. Melissa Pennel's mother died unexpectedly and there was no note. As questions came to mind, Melissa compiled them into a book which she published, Questions You'll Wish You Asked: A Time Capsule Journal for Mothers and Daughters. She joins us today to tell…
 
How do you grieve for someone you never met. How do you grieve for your one miscarriage when you hear stories of other women who have had multiples. There are so many things that make miscarriage unique, and in this episode, Joni McNeal shares her story.How I Grieve
 
Summary: When you lose your life partner to death, the devastation seems endless. If they were ill for a period of time, you may have been their caregiver, their advocate, their entire world - sacrificing yourself bit by bit without realizing it. Such was Marie's experience, which became her reason to become a Grief Coach. Listen to her story and h…
 
Summary: Jason Dyke started his grief journey traumatically when his 11-year old son died from suicide. He saw the differences in the impact of grief on his wife and other two sons, but when his "bus family" stepped in to help, their support made a tremendous difference for Jason. Carson's Village is a legacy to Jason's son and serves those familie…
 
Summary: Dealing with the death of a loved one is tough, but having to explain that death to a child is sometimes traumatic for both the adult and the child. Join us today as Kendall Lanning introduces her book, The Fox and the Feather, a children's book for the grieving heart. Episode Notes: Fox and Cardinal are best friends. One day the Cardinal …
 
In this episode of "How I Grieve", Amy and I talk with Jacquelyn, a Wichita Mom who endured sudden loss and grief 3 times, but it didn't stop her from teaching her kids about it and then involving them in the "Color The World Project" to help make the world just a bit brighter.How I Grieve
 
Anxiety is the focus of our discussion today with guest Claire Bidwell Smith, author of Anxiety: The Missing Stage of Grief. We can understand anxiety easily in that initial phase of grief with the myriad of activities, tasks and the bustle of visitors, cards and calls. However, anxiety can remain and can also have a more troublesome impact further…
 
Summary: Our guest is Amanda Ferrat, founder of Value Yourself Counseling, returns to offer insight into the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) Tapping. This technique is frequently recommended by therapists to help grievers find stabilization and focus, especially during the intense emotions of initial grief. Episode Notes: Today Amanda guides us t…
 
Losing a pet is incredibly hard and heartbreaking. However, other than the obvious answer to the question of why, we dig a little deeper with Dr. Molly Allen, of Wichita Psychology LLC, who specializes in this time of loss.How I Grieve
 
In this episode, Ian and Amy speak with blind musician Rob Castrogiovanni. In a short amount of time he suffered a lot of grief and in talking about it, Ian and Amy point him to place where he can start to move forward, and it's closer than he thinks.How I Grieve
 
Summary: Our pets, regardless of species, often become very near and dear to us with their unconditional love and soulful eyes. The death of that pet can be devastating to the owner, yet not fully understood by other's who have never experienced a similar loss. Wendy helps us understand disenfranchised grief and also speaks about how children respo…
 
Deb Diel has endured more than any should, yet it has not defined who she is. Instead, it has fueled who she is and led her to appreciate the loving relationship and strength she has now. Listen to her story in the latest episode of "How I Grieve".How I Grieve
 
Summary: Today we chat with Stevie Fedele, a Certified Life Coach, who helps us understand how partnering with a Life Coach might prove beneficial if you struggle with your grief, even walking us through a brief exercise she frequently uses with her clients. Episode Notes: There are times in our grief that we feel stuck, not moving forward, and eve…
 
Summary: Author Beth Castrodale shares how her grief actually interrupted progress on her novel and what she did to move past this. She offers suggestions for how you might benefit from putting thoughts and feelings in words and writing them down, even if you think you can't write. Episode Notes: Writing can often be cathartic and is frequently sug…
 
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