Breathing Wind is a podcast about what it feels like to lose parents. Hosted by Sarah Davis, this podcast is a collection of stories highlighting the shared experience of losing parents at a young(er) age.
Our goal is to share stories about parent loss and grief, so that we, as a community of peers, can move through life with our grief. You’ll find that these stories are as much about life as they are about death. And, we hope you’re able to find a way to live with your grief by knowing you aren’t alone in your journey.
This episode will feature Alica's story.
Alica Forneret is a writer and facilitator creating spaces for people to explore their grief. She is fiercely committed to making sure that we have more conversations about grief, death, and dying - whether that’s at home, at work, or with strangers on the bus. Alica is a member of the BC Women's Health Foundation’s Young Women's Council, an Associate board member of Our House Grief Center, and hosts Dead Moms Club events in Canada and the US.
Sarah Davis, host, lost her father to cancer in 2016, and since then, has been exploring her relationship to loss, grief and mortality through hiking, spirituality, community, and writing. She has a business as a learning experience designer, where she focuses on empathy in learning design.