Learn about the flaws in our old models of grief support and a new approach to being with those who are grieiving.
My guest Megan Devine is a psychotherapist, writier, grief advocate and communication expert. She is the author of the book “It’s OK That You’re Not OK” and the creator of an online community, blogs, podcasts, and courses for people dealing with grief. She will share with us how she came to see that our current models of grief support are flawed, what approach she advocates for helping those who grieve and the resources she offers on her website. Learn more about her work:
This episode includes:
- How Megan was inspired to create a new model of grief
- What most grief support programs “get wrong”
- About our society’s broken relationship with grief
- What those who are grieving need to know right now
- How to be an effective support person for someon experiencing grief
- About Megan’s book “It’s OK That You’re Not OK”
Some things cannot be fixed. They can only be carried.”Megan Devine – refugeingrief.com
Links mentioned in this episode:
- Megan’s website
- Megan’s book: It’s OK That You’re Not OK
- World Training Day – April 20-27; Learn more here
- Mountains of Courage Conference – Bozeman, Montana – March 7, 2020
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