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.
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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.
This month Jordon sits down with fellow bereaved sibling Keith Singer. Keith and Jordon each seperately run and facilitate a self-help support group for bereaved siblings, Jordon in Manhattan NYC and Keith in nearby Staten Island. The two met many years ago at the national conference of their support group. The Compassionate Friends (TCF) is an international non profit that has local meetings around the world to support bereaved parents, grandparents and siblings. For more info on TCF, and this years national conference in Dallas, TX, go to http://TheCompassionateFriends.org
Jordon welcomes his good friend and comedienne Janice Messitte to talk about the grief of losing her husband two weeks after their wedding.
Jordon Ferber sits down with memory artist and creator of the blog Tragicomedia to talk about what it is like to interview a series of bereaved people about their losses.
Welcome to Where's The Grief!
Jordon Ferber is a comedian who lost his brother Russell in a car accident. In this podcast, he will be talking with other bereaved people about their losses and the process of overcoming their grief. Presenting Episode Zero: a brief introduction to the episodes to follow.