In this episode, we explore Angelversies and what happens when the scab gets ripped off. I talk about Lucy’s upcoming Angelversary and a recent event that has made this year more challenging. We explore what you do to acknowledge this challenging day.
In this episode, Psychiatrist Dr. Anne Hallward joins Zander to discuss some of the myths that people might have about Mental Health therapy. They talk about how therapy can help you through your grief. There are also some great anecdotes that help illuminate the discussion.
In this episode, we look at the importance of talking about our loss. There are many reasons that this is so important, from helping to process our grief, to helping us define our loss and not have it define us, to keeping our sibling alive in our life.
In this episode, I travel to Paris and ohh the adventure I had there. I got to see some of the famous sites and taught a chef how to cook Lobsta.
In this episode, we look at ways to honor your sibling with a creative project. You may not know this, but creative projects can be a great way to tap into many of the emotions and feelings we just cannot put into words.
Come listen to the first part of my European Adventure. I misdialed a number and won a trip to Europe. Ohh my I am not in Maine anymore.
In this episode we take a look at that inevitable question, How are your parents doing? We explore how we can answer that question and talk about our own loss.
In this episode there is a wonderful conversation with Jordon Ferber about being a Sibling Survivor. We cover the many aspects of sibling loss. This was recorded at the 41st The Compassionate Friends National Conference in St. Louis. Jordon also has a podcast that is awesome, http://wheresthegrief.libsyn.com/ He too covers sibling loss.
In this Episode we are coming live from The Compassionate Friends National Conference in St. Louis, Missouri talking with my guest Luci Abrahamson about multiple sibling loss
In this Episode we are coming live from The Compassionate Friends National Conference in St. Louis, Missouri talking with my guest Lisa Nalbantov about the unexplainable death.
In this episode, we look at our siblings birthdays and talk about how we recognize them.
In this episode, we hear about a wicked blizzard and how Zander rescued some moose.
In this episode, we explore those unexpected reminders of our sibling and how we can choose to deal with them.
In this episode, we look at how your “New” family might function. What are your new roles, what expectations does your family have for you?
Welcome, this is the initial podcast. We will be talking about the choices you have to talk or not talk about your sibling.