Five Podcasts That Can Help Deal With Grief and Loss
Many who are grieving find support through the stories of others who have experienced a similar loss, and for parents who lose a child, hearing these stories can be very cathartic.
Overall, podcasts are an easy and popular accessible resource that provides grievers with more diverse options for support. From listening in on a conversation to receiving expert advice, take advantage on your own time and check out one of these podcasts.
Sisters in Loss Podcast: Miscarriage, Pregnancy Loss, & Infertility Stories
We hear all too often how society can recognize that miscarriage, pregnancy loss, and infertility can all result in grief. The Sisters in Loss Podcast shares the stories of Black women who have been through these types of losses. With over 100 episodes published you can find valuable information here! You can find this podcast here.
Help to Make Sense
Podcasts to help you are great, but how about podcasts that can help other people in your family deal with a loss? The Help 2 Make Sense podcast is geared towards children and young adults who have experienced loss. Episodes include going back to school while grieving, and the death of a sibling. You can find this podcast here.
What’s Your Grief
With mental health professionals, Eleanor Haley and Litsa Williams, the What’s Your Grief podcast detangles the complicated grieving process. Covering topics ranging from grief theory, to expectations, to coping strategies. This podcast can be helpful for dealing with grief or if you need to help someone else. You can find this podcast here.
Where’s the Grief
Believe it or not, there can be humor in grief. It may not be obvious, but it can be a useful way to cope for many people. Each episode discusses mourning and even the weirdest parts of grief with other comedians and performers who’ve been through it too. It can actually be helpful hearing these stories and you’d be surprised by how much you can identify with what’s happening. You can find this podcast here.
Terrible, Thanks For Asking
Aside from having the best and most relatable name, this podcast provides valuable information on how to actually process feelings of grief. That way, when someone asks how you’re doing, you don’t have to just say “I’m fine.” You can find this podcast here.
About Walk In Sunshine
Walk In Sunshine is a charity that focuses on online resources for families who have lost a child. We plan to continue to post articles addressing all types of child loss. We will also donate $1,000 to the final arrangements of any child loss in Union County from 20 weeks gestation until the child turns 18.
Our website is www.walkinsunshinecharity.org