Bury Me In New Jersey is a podcast about grief, death, love, and everything in between. Visit www.burymeinnj.com to learn more!
The Greatest Love of All
Our final episode of Season 2 finishes with a very raw and honest conversation with my good friend Elizabeth Grace Wolf, as we both share the ways we’ve both evolved in grief as we’ve dealt with our parents’ Alzheimer’s diagnosis--for me, my mother, and...
This week's episode features hospice nurse and clinical manager at Hospice of the Chesapeake, Monica Hastings. During our conversation, Monica explains the services that hospice offers patients and families towards the end of life, the...
The Long & Winding Road
My guest today is Diana Muñiz, a chaplain at Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital and for Accredited Hospices of America, both in Houston, Texas. During our conversation, we discuss the experiences she's had as a chaplain, her current studies with The Institute...
In this week's episode, we'll be speaking with author Heather Quinlan, who explores both the changing and persistent attitudes about death and illness as it relates to widespread plague and pandemics in her upcoming book, “Plagues, Pandemics, and...
Canon in D
In today's episode, we speak with hospital chaplain and author Joan Paddock Maxwell who's worked with hundreds of patients with life-threatening illnesses, and was with many of them when they died.We discuss the calling that brought her to this work,...
You Can Close Your Eyes
Our second season opens with a conversation with Heather Paul, who is the assistant director of the Springboard Fellowship for Hillel International and the assistant director of the Milton Marks Neuro-Oncology Family Camp. During our conversation, we...
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Insightful, thought provoking
This brings to mind a different perspective on death & dying, as well as living!! Thoughtfully addresses topics many prefer to avoid!
Interesting, honest, intelligent, thoughtful
I learn something new and think of something in a different way with each episode. The topic is death, but I find myself contemplating life more deeply while listening. I go through a range of emotions but end feeling joyful. It’s crazy a podcast about death can do that!
The first two episodes have been eye opening
Everyone deals with dealt and loss but we rarely discuss and do not have a plan.
Listening with my Mom and opened up some meaningful conversations that brought us both understanding and love.