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Episode 3 Show Notes | The Good Grief Podcast
In this episode, we’re going to talk about ways you can be more empathetic and more supportive to those around you who may be grieving at this time.
Empathy is a skill we learn and practice. It’s something we continuously learn. It’s a muscle that we have to work regularly once we gain the ability. Continuous practice will allow us to grow in ways we never thought we could. It allows us to become the friend we’ve needed in the past, the friend people will need in the future and the friend people reach out to today.
Episode 2 Show Notes | The Good Grief Podcast
An Open Letter to Family & Friends Asking When We Will Have Babies
Trigger Warnings: This episode discusses infertility, adoption and IVF.
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This episode is based off of our most popular blog post, "An Open Letter to Family & Friends Asking When We Will Have Babies"
The Good Grief Podcast | Episode 1 | My Experiences & Journey With Grief
Today, something REALLY special happened. The first episode of our podcast, The Good Grief Podcast went live!
You can listen to our first Podcast Episode on Anchor or on Spotify! (We are still working to bring our podcast to all of your favorite podcast platforms!)
Each week, as we drop episodes, we will link the Show Notes here on the blog!
Within the Show Notes, we will share a transcription of the podcast episode and any links, discount codes or information from...
A Baby for Christmas Fundraiser
If you've ever been TTC (trying to conceive) during the holidays, then you know that the question of, "What do you want for Christmas?" only has one answer. And that answer is something that nobody can actually give you. All you want for Christmas is a baby.
For 3.5 years, I was that girl that only wanted a baby for Christmas and I purposefully avoided social media during the holidays because I knew that so many lucky couples would be announcing their pregnancies or births during the holidays and those announcements would send me spiraling into a dark place.