12 episodes

Welcome to Death, Unfiltered, where we talk about all things death and dying. Part education, part storytelling, we will stretch the limits of our conversations. Hosted by Staci Sokol, end of life doula, dementia trainer and coach based out of Atlanta, Georgia & Jeanne Bain, end of life navigator, dementia trainer and consultant based out of Minneapolis, MN.

Staci's website: www.gracefuljourneyatl.com
Jeanne's website: www.belovemn.com

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Death, Unfiltered Death Unfiltered: The Podcast

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 3 Ratings

Welcome to Death, Unfiltered, where we talk about all things death and dying. Part education, part storytelling, we will stretch the limits of our conversations. Hosted by Staci Sokol, end of life doula, dementia trainer and coach based out of Atlanta, Georgia & Jeanne Bain, end of life navigator, dementia trainer and consultant based out of Minneapolis, MN.

Staci's website: www.gracefuljourneyatl.com
Jeanne's website: www.belovemn.com

Sign up for our newsletter
www.tinyletter.com/deathunfiltered

    They Are Always With Us: Lakeisha's Story

    They Are Always With Us: Lakeisha's Story

    In this episode, Staci & Jeanne witness the story of Lakeisha Johnson. Lakeisha envisions a world where talking about death and learning about how to handle death is part of daily life.

    If you like this episode, please give us a review wherever you get your podcasts.

    Staci's website: www.gracefuljourneyatl.com
    Jeanne's website: www.belovemn.com

    Intro & Outro Music by Woodburning Project. Used by permission.
    To learn more about the band and to buy their music visit: https://woodburningproject.bandcamp.com

    A transcription of this session will be available soon.

    • 28 min
    Where and How Do We Spend Our Time?

    Where and How Do We Spend Our Time?

    In this episode, Staci & Jeanne talk with each other about the idea of a time spending account. That we all have the same number of minutes in a day and they discuss the importance of being present with each other.

    If you like this episode, please give us a review wherever you get your podcasts.

    Staci's website: www.gracefuljourneyatl.com
    Jeanne's website: www.belovemn.com

    Intro & Outro Music by Woodburning Project. Used by permission.
    To learn more about the band and to buy their music visit: https://woodburningproject.bandcamp.com

    A transcription of this session will be available soon.

    • 20 min
    From The Golf Course to The Bedside: Reverend Charville's Story

    From The Golf Course to The Bedside: Reverend Charville's Story

    In this episode, Staci & Jeanne talk with the Reverend Adam Charville about his experience as a chaplain at the bedside of many people who have died or lost loved ones. His story starts on a golf course, a beautiful metaphor of the circle of life.

    If you like this episode, please give us a review wherever you get your podcasts.

    Staci's website: www.gracefuljourneyatl.com
    Jeanne's website: www.belovemn.com

    Intro & Outro Music by Woodburning Project. Used by permission.
    To learn more about the band and to buy their music visit: https://woodburningproject.bandcamp.com

    A transcription of this session will be available soon.

    • 23 min
    Isn’t End-of-Life Work Depressing?

    Isn’t End-of-Life Work Depressing?

    In this episode, Staci and Jeanne talk about the question they often get from non-death workers. Is it the death that is hard or is it the loss? They talk about the joy they feel to be included in the end-of-life experience.

    If you like this episode, please give us a review wherever you get your podcasts.

    Staci's website: www.gracefuljourneyatl.com
    Jeanne's website: www.belovemn.com

    Sign up for our newsletter
    www.tinyletter.com/deathunfiltered

    Intro & Outro Music by Woodburning Project. Used by permission.
    To learn more about the band and to buy their music visit: https://woodburningproject.bandcamp.com

    To download a transcription of this session visit:
    https://tinyurl.com/w66p93jy

    • 22 min
    Courage: Kiki’s Story of Becoming orphaned During This Year of Tumult

    Courage: Kiki’s Story of Becoming orphaned During This Year of Tumult

    In this episode, Staci & Jeanne talk with Kiki Condon about the loss of both of her parents during the COVID-19 pandemic. She shares her experience of being far away from her parents geographically, but close to their heart, even still.



    If you like this episode, please give us a review wherever you get your podcasts.

    Staci's website: www.gracefuljourneyatl.com
    Jeanne's website: www.belovemn.com

    Sign up for our newsletter
    www.tinyletter.com/deathunfiltered

    Intro & Outro Music by Woodburning Project. Used by permission.
    To learn more about the band and to buy their music visit: https://woodburningproject.bandcamp.com

    A transcription of this session will be available soon.

    • 27 min
    Phrases To Say To People Who Are Dying

    Phrases To Say To People Who Are Dying

    In this episode Staci & Jeanne discuss phrases they like to say to people who are dying.

    If you like this episode, please give us a review wherever you get your podcasts.

    Staci's website: www.gracefuljourneyatl.com
    Jeanne's website: www.belovemn.com

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    www.tinyletter.com/deathunfiltered

    Intro & Outro Music by Woodburning Project. Used by permission.
    To learn more about the band and to buy their music visit: https://woodburningproject.bandcamp.com

    A transcription of this session will be available soon.

    • 29 min

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Outstanding! Let’s talk about death more.

This podcast has me on the edge of my seat awaiting the next episodes. I am thrilled to hear unfiltered and vulnerable conversations about something we tend to avoid in our modern society. Can’t wait for more!

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