Sometimes, there’s no better thing about grief than to share your thoughts with others who have experienced the same thing. Here are some of my favorite grief podcasts.
Good Mourning is a podcast hosted by Sally Douglas and Imogen Carn, who both lost their moms in their early 30s. They cover a wide variety of topics all about grief, from signs from your departed loved ones, what happens after your loved one passes, and how to survive overall.
Dead Parent Club
Dead Parent Club features Kat, Sam, and later Emma who have lost a parent. For Kat, it was her mom, and for Sam, it was her dad. Dead Parent Podcast focuses more on parental loss, which is what I’m going through currently.
So Sorry For Your Loss
So Sorry For Your Loss is a different grief podcast: it focuses on grief like the rest, but Gianna, the host, uses humor, laughter, and the acceptance of awkwardness to cope with grief. Gianna lost her father to a sudden heart attack in 2017 when she was 27 years old, and she talks about what it was like getting married without her father and even invites guests over.
Grief Unfiltered is also an unusual grief podcast because the host, Jayme, does not hold back on the topic and lets it loose. Jayme lost her mom from cancer in 2016, and I love how honest she is about the grieving process and what grief is like.
Grief is a Sneaky B**ch
Grief is a Sneaky B**ch is hosted by Lisa Keefauver, a social worker who lost her husband at age 40, leaving her to be a single mother to her then 7-year-old child. This podcast is about how grief can sneak up in all aspects of life and leave the griever feeling very emotional at the most inappropriate times.
What are your favorite grief podcasts?