Grief and Light Podcast

Grief and loss are heavy. You don't have to carry them alone. Join me in exploring grief and learning how to navigate this new reality, openly and authentically.

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This space was created for you by someone who gets it – your grief; your foundation-shattering reality; and the question of what the heck do we do with all of these shattered pieces of life and loss around us.

It’s also for the listener who wants to better understand their grieving person, and perhaps wants to learn how to help.

This podcast features interviews with first-hand experiencers and professionals, who will shine a light on the broad spectrum of experiences, feelings, secondary losses, and takeaways.

I'll share my personal story of the sudden loss of my younger brother, only sibling, a day after we celebrated his 32nd birthday. I'll also go into how that loss, trauma, and grief catapulted me into a truth-seeking journey, which ultimately led me to answer "the calling" of creating this space I now call Grief and Light.

There will be a strong focus on adult sibling grief, as this is the experience I know best.

You can expect open and authentic conversations about sharing our raw truths, and explorations of how to transmute the grief experience into meaning, and even joy.

My hope is to make you feel less alone, and to be a beacon of light and source of information for anyone embarking on this journey.

"We're all just walking each other HOME." - Ram Dass

Thank you for being here.


Our Inspiration

My brother, only sibling, died on September 11. Not "the" September 11 most know, but THE September 11 that changed my family's life forever, the day after we celebrated his 32nd birthday. Sudden, tragic loss, the grief that ensued, and the ongoing ripple effect catapulted me into a truth-seeking journey. I dove head first into the world of grief, NDEs, loss, philosophy and more, with an insatiable appetite for answers. What I've found along the way is a grief illiterate and averse reality where suffering reigns supreme due to our fear and cultural avoidance on this topic. The pain is real, but the suffering doesn't have to be. My journey has evolved into an observation of how grief manifests in our modern world, a desire to hold space for the grieving, and a podcast where I share my findings. I invite you to join me on this journey, and encourage you to share your story. It matters more than you know.

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