Revs. Richard Carlini and Bill Englehart discuss the crucial subjects of grief and loss, which touch each of us during the human experience and rarely receive the attention they deserve. They invite you on a journey to discover strategies to cope with grief, learn from it, and integrate it into your wholeness.
Healing Grief with Hospice Pioneer Barbara Karnes, R.N.
Rich and Bill talk with guest Barbara Karnes, R.N., about the grief experience and end-of-life issues.
Picking Up the Pieces with Gary Roe
Rich and Bill discuss the sensitive topic of suicide with the author of Aftermath: Picking Up the Pieces After a Suicide, Gary Roe. As an author and in his work in hospice and grief recovery, Gary is known to be a compassionate voice in dealing with traumatic grief.
Finding Love After Loss
Rich and Bill welcome back Holly Barker, the founder of Grief Anonymous. She is joined by Janice Wiemeyer, Ph.D., author of Loving Again: After a Spouse Has Died.
Racial Grief and the Grief of the Pandemic
Rev. Sandra Campbell and Rabbi Anne Brener are returning guests for Rich and guest host Anne Murphy. The guests will share their experiences and insights on aspects of grief including racial grief and dealing with grief and mourning during the pandemic.
The Grief of Giving Up Our Story and the Grief of How Much Time Left?
In the first segment, Rich and Bill welcome back Debbie Taylor to further discuss the grief of giving up your story. In the segment, they explore the question of whether a physician has the right to kill hope by telling an ill person how much time they have left.
Barbara Karnes, R.N., and Grief at the End of Life
Listen as Franco, Morgan, Barbara, Rich, & Bill discuss the recent death of a father and grandmother.