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Episode #1251
May 6th, 2020
Navigating Grief
It's daunting to comprehend how much has already been lost and how much more we’re likely to lose. Within a few short weeks, lives have been taken and displaced. We’re isolated from friends and family and important moments have been postponed. Simply said, the world is grieving. For many, facing this level of grief is unfamiliar and overwhelming, and they’re unsure how to process the intensity of their emotions and where to turn for support. Megan Devine believes that making the world a better place starts with acknowledging grief, rather than seeking to overcome it. She advocates for a revolution in how we discuss loss - personally, professionally and as a wider community. Devine’s work has been featured in NY Times, NPR, Washington Post, GQ, Harvard Business Review and Bitch Magazine.
Guest Links
It's OK That You're Not OK: Meeting Grief and Loss in a Culture That Doesn't UnderstandBuy
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