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Life.Death.Whatever. Jun 11
‘Death is the atom bomb [for] emotions; if your internal wounds were visible you’d be rushed to hospital and you’d be in intensive care,” says Longley, speaking from his home in Auckland, New Zealand’
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FoothillFuneral 24h
. Depressed people often report feeling exhausted. Some of this may be owed to lack of sleep. But beyond that, you might feel as though you’ve been hit by a truck. Emotionally speaking, you have. So, why wouldn’t your body respond in similar fashion?
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Lucy Herd Jun 9
I didn’t realise My friends would stop talking to me after my son died or that people would rather cross the road. I was Hurt & sad but I realised, it wasn’t anything about me, it was they where grieving too & didn’t know what to say to me. What would u say to a Friend ?
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Claudia Jun 13
Opened the front door after a trip and the grief wave turned into a tsunami.
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Megan Devine Jun 11
We often think of as primarily emotional, but grief is a full-body, full-mind experience. You’re not just missing the one you’ve lost; your entire physiological system is reacting, too.
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52 Beautiful Things 45s
Thank you to for hosting me on her new podcast! We talk about at , supporting employees, and the bummer truth that no one is going to know what you need but you. Tune in to listen here:
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Megan Devine Jun 17
is a huge issue in . Anxiety is also a brain-based, nervous system response to imagined danger. Lengthening your exhale soothes your nervous system, and it's something you can do anytime, anyplace.
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Harry Potter Lexicon 23h
“'Harry, suffering like this proves you are still a man! This pain is part of being human –' 'THEN – I – DON’T – WANT – TO – BE – HUMAN!' Harry roared" -- JKR (OP37) (Art by ReallyCorking)
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The Griefcast Jun 11
💄This week I'm talking to writer + broadcaster about her friend Carey Lander and her parents. As ever we talk , family + unfinished business. ❤️ Listen on or 🎧
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Christina Thatcher 3h
Doing some research into grief and addiction today and my own book appeared in the library search! This has unlocked a new level of academic joy 📖🌟
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Mary F. Bowlin 6h
15 years ago my beautiful daughter lost her life in a car accident. Not a day goes by that I do not think of her. Racheal Susan..02/16/82-06/19/04
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Jill Jun 14
He's the one That died, But I became A ghost.
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The Good Grief Project Jane Harris Jimmy Edmonds 19h
Being close up to death has changed us for the better.When your child dies — actually this is the big hidden secret— you don’t stop missing them, they are always part of you. You don’t get over[the loss]but you can learn to live with it.”Interview Jewish Chronicle”.
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wordaful 2h
Our new guest episode is by
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name cannot be blank 7h
Romans 5 is such a beautiful passage but also so hard to read everytime. This was the passage I read at my Nana's funeral and it always brings a tear to my eye.
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Brittany Rohleder 12h
Got a confirmation of some pretty devastating news today for our family. My brain refuses to mourn, it just runs ahead to possible ways around it. I know when it hits, it’ll be hard though. Until then, I guess avoiding it altogether is my coping mechanism.
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Sarah Helton 2h
"I really enjoyed your book. There is such little research out there for & . It is great to see you paving the way". Aoife Lynam, Director of Research Hibernia College, Dublin
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Emma Hayes Jun 17
It was this day last year that my mum got a whole lot worse. The day she went on a ventilator. The day she never recovered from. As the year anniversary comes closer, I can't help but be reminded of everyday up until the last day. It's engraved in me
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KikuPal 45m
In a poll of 1,000 high school juniors and seniors, 90% indicated that they had experienced the death of a loved one according to Children's Grief Awareness Day. 
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Louise Ibrahim 18h
This is getting beyond 😳 I really don’t want to see the morning in again. So so tired.
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