5 episodes

So now you are dying, what are you doing to live?” is a podcast that takes an intimate look at the two things that are most feared and stigmatized in our society, terminal illness and death and the ways people are experiencing and embracing them. Terminal illness and death are kept so separate from our day-to-day lives and yet it is something we are all going to face… our own mortality. This podcast hopes to shed some light on the experience from people who are going through it and to enlighten, share and help educate a broad audience.

So Now You Are Dying What Are You Doing To Live Kate Davis

    • Society & Culture
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So now you are dying, what are you doing to live?” is a podcast that takes an intimate look at the two things that are most feared and stigmatized in our society, terminal illness and death and the ways people are experiencing and embracing them. Terminal illness and death are kept so separate from our day-to-day lives and yet it is something we are all going to face… our own mortality. This podcast hopes to shed some light on the experience from people who are going through it and to enlighten, share and help educate a broad audience.

    Kelly Jo Song

    Kelly Jo Song

    Welcome to the fourth episode of “So Now You Are Dying What Are You Doing To Live”? My guest this week is Kelly Jo Song.  Since being diagnosis  with a terminal illness she found diving into work and putting her energy into helping others has really helped her cope.  Like starting a facebook group  and charity to help people deal with terminal illness. We had a great talk about letting go of negative thoughts, feelings and never going to bed angry.  Doing the best you can and making the most of the time  you have with family.  But most importantly  focus on living  and do what  brings you are most passion.
    www.benefithubus.com

    • 27 min
    Andrea Bird

    Andrea Bird

    Welcome to the third episode of “So Now You Are Dying What Are You Doing To Live”? My guest this week is Andrea Bird. She's an incredible visual artist, teacher, wife and mother of 2. We had a great chat about how poetry and psilocybin have helped her cope with her diagnosis.   She educated me on what it's like dying in a death phobic culture and how ones relationship with hope is ever changing. Honestly it was truly an amazing interview that has changed the way I will look at this podcast. Andrea is engaging, funny and insightful. 
    http://andreabird.com

    • 47 min
    Danny Freedman

    Danny Freedman

    It is with a deep sense of sadness and gratitude I get to share with you the second episode of “So Now You Are Dying What Are You Doing To Live”? My guest this week is Danny Freedman which I sadly just found out passed away on May 8th. Danny was not only a guest but a friend. Danny loved being a comic and he loved the comedians he knew and worked with. He was one of the most positive guys I know. I am so grateful I got to do this interview with Danny. He’s real, funny and shares some true words of wisdom for the rest of us to live by. The most heartfelt condolences to his family who he loved so much and his friends. Rest In Peace Danny. xoxo 
    “We can go through life or we can live life.” Danny Freedman

    • 31 min
    Helen Donnelly

    Helen Donnelly

    Welcome to the first episode of “So Now You Are Dying What Are You Doing To Live”? My guest this week is Helen Donnelly. It was honor to have the opportunity to chat with Helen about her incredible life and career as an award-winning Therapeutic Clown Practitioner for Red Nose Remedy as well as their Artistic Director and lead trainer. Helen’s many theatrical productions that took her around the world but more importantly  everything she has been going through after being diagnosed with stage 4 cancer almost 2 years ago. She’s candid, honest, insightful, playful at times and funny. 

    • 48 min
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    So Now you Are Dying What Are you Doing To Live; a podcast hosted by Kate Davis interviews guests diagnosed with a terminal illness and takes an intimate look at what the dying can teach us about living.  It's real, honest,  inspiring and sometimes funny.

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