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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. In this podcast comedian and bereaved sibling Jordon Ferber 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 through open and honest conversations with other comedians and performers who have unique perspectives on the process of grief. 

Jan 14, 2022

In this episode I talked with Female Empowerment Coach and Podcaster Eleanor Beaton! After the death of her father, Eleanor struggled with her own identity, which led to her starting SAFI Media, an education company for women Entrepreneurs, as well as hosting the "Power + Presence + Position Podcast."

We talk about the...


Jan 6, 2022

In this episode I talk to singer/songwriter Gina Harris! After the death of her parents, Gina began writing songs to help her process the emotions. Eventually the songs themselves began to take on their own form, telling Gina, "we're a one-person show now." Her show, which then became a podcast, "The Magic of Ordinary...


Dec 15, 2021

In this episode I got to talk to comedian Jason Salmon about his experience taking care of his dad after 10 years of living with Alzheimers disease. As our parents get older, we often find ourselves in the Care-giver role that they played for us for so long. We talk about how important communication is, as well as...


Dec 10, 2021

Here's my conversation with Brennan Wood, executive director of The Dougy Center, an org that provides grief peer support to children and families dealing with loss and illness. 

Brennan walked through the doors of Dougy Center for the first time in 1987 at the age of 12 just three days after her mother died. At 14, she...


Nov 30, 2021

In this episode I got to talk to my good friend and comedian Leighann Lord, who found herself to be the primary care taker for both of her parents prior to their deaths. We talk about the difficulty of watching our parents deteriorate in front of us, and how it can feel like we end up losing them twice. We also...