Grief. It’s almost a taboo word in Western society. And yet, it’s a universal human experience and comes in many forms: the loss of a marriage or job, when a cherished friend (human or pet), an aunt or uncle, sibling, Mom or Dad cross the Veil. But if your child takes his or her last breath before you do, you’re thrown into a world that’s unimaginable and indescribable. If you’re a Mom that has a child in Spirit, this podcast is for you. With Grace, hope, a little tough love, and even some wit and humor along the way, this podcast will honor where you are. Join me, Lori Latimer, Intuitive Soul Navigator, as my guests and I share insights, tools, and techniques to assist you on your grief journey. Every Tuesday, we’ll journey into all the dark places of grief, shining a light on them so you can integrate them rather than avoid them. The Grief With Grace podcast will inspire you to find Moments Of Joy In the Everyday so you can continue to live your life after the unimaginable has happened, and in doing so, honor your precious child’s life and legacy.
28. Grief, Forgiveness & Self-Love with Jaki Johnson
Jennifer “Jaki” Johnson has a fascinating background, but she never settles. She follows her heart to wherever it leads. From being a radio producer with Steve Harvey, to flight attendant, to wellness, Jaki has led a rich life, but it’s been filled with...
27. Sometimes It's Hard To Be Thankful Or Grateful
This episode will be released on Thanksgiving Day 2020. It can be difficult to be thankful when you have a child in Heaven. Add to that the fact that it’s 2020 and many people aren’t able to be with family for Thanksgiving, and it’s a very challenging...
26. Using Self-Care To Connect With Loved Ones In Spirit
Self-care is more than just a buzzword. It’s also often an uncomfortable idea to many women. It brings up all of our self-worth issues and limiting beliefs about what we deserve. When we’re dealing with grief, guilt, and simply trying to survive, it’s...
25. Navigating Grief Through the Holidays
The holidays pose unique challenges for grieving parents. Do you celebrate or do you ignore it all? If you celebrate, how do you celebrate? How do you honor your child in your celebrations?In this episode, I offer some insights and ideas for honoring...
24. The Myth Of the "New Normal"
“The new normal” is a catch phrase many people throw around, particularly in 2020. For grieving Moms, it doesn’t always sit well. What does that phrase really even mean? Listen in as I explain why life is anything but “normal” when you have a child in...
23. Oh The Things People Say When We're Grieving!
In some recent conversations with other grieving Moms, we talked about some of the things people say to us that hurt or anger us. They come up a lot in Facebook groups. So I thought I’d take some of them on, and offer some suggested reframes for...
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Learned so much
What a beautiful interview with Jonathan. The exchange of energy between Lori and Jonathan is fun and easy-going as they discuss some very heavy topics. I loved their views on grief and how the healing work they had done in the years prior to both of their sons passing, in hindsight, had prepared their soul in some way for their very deep loss. I enjoyed the discussions about self-love. I also took away some beautiful strategies about how to discuss and talk to a parent who has lost a child. A very profound episode. Thank you Lori for all of the beautiful content in this podcast.
Episode 21: grieving with love
Awesome interview with Jonathan Aslay. I was first introduced to Jonathan as a dating coach and shortly after he spoke of the loss of his son, Connor. Not only was I on a journey of self love but I was in a better place when I lost my 89 yo father last Halloween. I think I drank in his many messages so at the time of dads death I was able to to grieve my father with love. So many great take always for someone who is mourning in this interview. One of the most powerful messages is to help others who are grieving by sharing and celebrating their loved ones life and not staying in your own discomfort and not mention their loved one to them. This is a gift we can share with a grieving friend or family member.
Thank you for helping to pave the path to finding the balance between grief and joy:)