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Where's The Grief?

Death is an inevitable part of life, and yet it can be difficult and uncomfortable to talk about the process of grief amongst one's peers. This podcast helps shine some light into the darkest parts of our own existence and encourage a more open discussion about the effects of grief, and offers coping mechanisms to those suffering.
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Now displaying: April, 2015

Where's the Grief?

A podcast focused on grief and loss hosted by Jordon Ferber

On the whole, many cultures do not teach us how to effectively deal with the feelings that come up when a loved one dies. 

The goal of this podcast is to acknowledge the reality of intense grief , which can be a very isolating experience, and normalize the conversation about it that is very often difficult to have with friends and even family.

 

Jordon Ferber, a bereaved sibling himself, gives people who have experienced intense loss permission to talk about it and exemplify the possibility of  making it through the darkest periods of grief to a life full of hope and happiness.

 

Apr 21, 2015

In this Episode, Jordon sits down with his friend and fellow comedian, Matt Lipton. Matt's brother died a little over a year before this episode was recorded. We discuss the problems that come with having a complicated sibling relationship, and the crazy thoughts that can cause shame or guilt in the aftermath of their death.

Follow the podcast on twitter @wheresthegrief

 

 

Apr 6, 2015

This episode of Where's The Grief, Jordon sits down with fellow comedian Jay Nog to talk about the loss of his best friend to suicide.

In addition to a full stand up comedy schedule and the producer of a podcast of his own (Childhood Memories), Jay also runs an annual fundraiser for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (afsp.org) and helps raise awareness about suicide, and how to spot the warning signs.

Jay reminds us that it is not always just the family members of those who die who hurt.

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