55 min

TFMR: Creative Expression/Connection Time To Talk TFMR

    • Mental Health

Hello! And welcome to today's episode.
I'm speaking with Buff about her TFMR last year. We open the episode with Buff reading one of her poems that she wrote after Forest died. Creative writing, journal writing, spoken word and poetry are all ways that Buff has used to support herself through this.
Our last episode, we spoke to Rasmus, Buff's husband. Here, we hear Buff's perspective.
We can hear how they processed their grief differently. Their differences of how they made meaning of what was happening.
They are based in Portugal. Buff is British, Rasmus is Danish and so we also talk a little about the isolation and cultural differences too.
Buff mentions her doula, who helped her with figuring out what she needed/wanted in her last few days with Forest and for his birth. The organisation is called Towards Tomorrow Together. They are UK based, but supported Buff from afar.
If you're interested in learning more about their eco-retreats, you can find more information here: Gaia Retreat
Get in touch and let us know what you think. Social media: Instagram and Facebook @TimeToTalkTFMR and Twitter @TalkTFMR
Email is TalkTFMR@yahoo.com
This episode is supported by Antenatal Results and Choices. For more information on how they support women and couples click here or call them on 0207 713 7486.
We've added a Patron account to the podcast. We'd be so grateful if you'd consider supporting the podcast with a monthly donation. Pledges start at only $1 per month. Head to our Podbean page and click on the 'Become a Patron' button at the top right to learn more.
 
 

Hello! And welcome to today's episode.
I'm speaking with Buff about her TFMR last year. We open the episode with Buff reading one of her poems that she wrote after Forest died. Creative writing, journal writing, spoken word and poetry are all ways that Buff has used to support herself through this.
Our last episode, we spoke to Rasmus, Buff's husband. Here, we hear Buff's perspective.
We can hear how they processed their grief differently. Their differences of how they made meaning of what was happening.
They are based in Portugal. Buff is British, Rasmus is Danish and so we also talk a little about the isolation and cultural differences too.
Buff mentions her doula, who helped her with figuring out what she needed/wanted in her last few days with Forest and for his birth. The organisation is called Towards Tomorrow Together. They are UK based, but supported Buff from afar.
If you're interested in learning more about their eco-retreats, you can find more information here: Gaia Retreat
Get in touch and let us know what you think. Social media: Instagram and Facebook @TimeToTalkTFMR and Twitter @TalkTFMR
Email is TalkTFMR@yahoo.com
This episode is supported by Antenatal Results and Choices. For more information on how they support women and couples click here or call them on 0207 713 7486.
We've added a Patron account to the podcast. We'd be so grateful if you'd consider supporting the podcast with a monthly donation. Pledges start at only $1 per month. Head to our Podbean page and click on the 'Become a Patron' button at the top right to learn more.
 
 

55 min