May 9, 2018
Julia Samuel was fed up with people mentally and emotionally attacking themselves in midst of their grief. So she wrote Grief Works, a book that not only normalizes grief, but reminds us that we all grieve differently. This week, we're talking about the uniqueness of English grief, the reality of feeling grief as an energy in our bodies, and Julia's Pillars of Strength that hold up grievers in the midst of the storm. Also on the show, I'm covering a listener request: anticipatory grief—grieving before a loss occurs.
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