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On Good Grief, we are inspired by people who have made something miraculous out of their deepest heartaches! We listen as they share how they have walked through their own exquisite pain and what they have gained as a result.

On Good Grief, we are inspired by people who have made something miraculous out of their deepest heartaches! We listen as they share how they have walked through their own exquisite pain and what they have gained as a result.
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Tempe, AZ

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On Good Grief, we are inspired by people who have made something miraculous out of their deepest heartaches! We listen as they share how they have walked through their own exquisite pain and what they have gained as a result.

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English


Episodes

Worth It

1/16/2019
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How can we possibly make sense from the death of a child. For most of us, especially parents, the thought is beyond comprehending, until that child is ours.

Duration:00:55:06

Encore: Living the Fullest to the Very End

1/9/2019
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Until recently, very little attention was paid to the quality of our lives at the very end of our lives. But that is changing, fueled by patient demand but also by a group of medical practitioners who are passionate about making sure everything possible is done to empower people at the end of life.

Duration:00:55:32

Survivor

1/2/2019
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A cancer diagnosis is one of the hardest things we can face. Most of us have very little time to adjust to the profound life experience of cancer before we are immersed in treatment.

Encore: Every Breath I Take

12/26/2018
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How does it feel to live with life-limiting illness from your first day? How does it influence the way you look at the world and what you believe.

Duration:00:55:22

Encore: Big Love

12/19/2018
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How does someone find his way from the murder, at age 14, of both his parents to a life guided by big love?

Duration:00:54:19

Chronicles of a Catholic Housewife

12/12/2018
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In a life filled with learning, searching for meaning and intimately experiencing different parts of the world, Carmen Hartono came to a greater understanding of her spiritual home. How do her beliefs and practices help her, sometimes at the worst of times?

Duration:00:55:20

The Four Sacred Gifts

12/5/2018
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How has modern life disconnected us from our wisdom? Anita Sanchez shares the prophecies of indigenous elders who see a path towards reconnection and understanding.

Duration:00:56:03

Death by Design

11/28/2018
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How does a successful career in film and television lead to a passion for supporting people to design their deaths?

Duration:00:57:05

Opus Peace

11/21/2018
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5 nurses who helped veterans at the end of their lives noticed something they came to call soul injury.

Duration:00:56:20

Room for Grace

11/14/2018
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Daniel Kenner’s parents had always been loving, giving people who gave all they had to the world. Their ability to do that declined sharply when his father was diagnosed with dimentia and his mother, shortly after, with cancer.

Duration:00:55:09

The Promised Landing

11/7/2018
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As each year passes there is more and more open discussion about death. This leads naturally to a conscious consideration of how we want to die.

Duration:00:55:44

Crossing the Rubicon

10/24/2018
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When Heidi Connolly's husband died, she faced the prospect of living a very different life, without the support of the person she was closest to.

Duration:00:55:24

Not Silenced

10/17/2018
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When she discovered that her daughter was being abused by her ex-husband, Maralee McLean tried everything imaginable to protect her. But she encountered a system unwilling and unable to accept that they were being manipulated.

Duration:00:55:10

Absentee

10/10/2018
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Mason Summit's father died when he was only 11. Now 22, how did the loss affect who he has become and how he relates to life?

Duration:00:59:33

Time Flies When You're Alive

10/3/2018
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How does a life change when the person you're closest to in the world dies? For Paul Linke, that person was his wife and the mother of his three children.

Duration:00:55:12

Welcome the Rain

9/26/2018
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AnnE O'Neil buried her grief in alcohol, following the model she witnessed in her family. Only when her life fell apart did she begin to see that she would have to develop a program to stay clean and sober.

Duration:00:55:36

An App for Grief

9/19/2018
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How can we use technology to reduce the isolation and alienation that often comes along with grief? When Kimberly Libertini and Robynne Boyd were facing profound loss, a friend connected them to exchange text messages and support each other through their hardest moments.

Duration:00:49:55

An Ocean Between Them

9/12/2018
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This week we turn the tables to talk about Good Grief host Cheryl Jones and her novel, An Ocean Between Them.

Duration:00:55:49

Notice of Release

8/29/2018
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What does it mean to forgive the person who has injured you in your life more than any other? There was no thought of forgiveness when Stephanie Cassatly's mother was murdered before Stephanie had even fully launched into adulthood.

Duration:00:56:10

Going With Grace

8/22/2018
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Alua Arthur was an attorney working with the most difficult problems we could imagine; abuse, poverty and assault. But she had done the work with energy and joy until she suddenly found herself depressed and uninspired, lacking any joy in the work.

Duration:00:55:30