• 00:30

    The Other Side of Grief

    in Self Help

    The only radio show dedicated tothe issues of loss and grief.


    This weeks conversation will bring to a conclusion the subject of loss and grief over 65.


    Due to overwhelming response, we will extend the questions listeners have shared about issues related to  grief and the retirement years. If you find yourself or a loved one in the midst of this experience or if you have something you would like to share or have concerns, please feel free to listen  and call in. Our questions will be dealing with relationships, losses including death, change of health, re-evaluating accomplishments and achievements and focusing on "retirement years"

  • 00:30

    The Other Side of Grief

    in Self Help

    The only radio show dedicated to the issues of loss and grief. 


    This week we will be answering questions about "grief over 65". 


    Sometimes we are prepared to deal with the issues around the transitions and losses that happen in our 60's and 70's and sometimes we are caught by surprise..


    Our grief does not have to over take our lives at this time.


    What surprises do we discover here? What can we bring to our greif experiences?


    How do we shift our roles after retirement and meet the challenges at this time of our lives?


    Listeners are welcomed to call in.

  • 00:30

    The Other Side of Grief

    in Self Help

    The only radio show dedicated tothe issues of loss and grief.


    This week we will continue the topic of loss grief and trauma. What can be considered a traumatic loss? Is traumatic loss the same for everyone? How does traumatic loss differ from other losses? How do you know you're suffering from traumatic loss?


    If you think this applies to you or someone you know, this will be important information for you to have.


    Listeners are welcomed to call in.


     

  • 00:30

    The Other Side of Grief

    in Self Help

    The only radio show dedicated to the issues of grief and loss.


    For this week's conversation, we will begin to explore the issues of grief, loss and PTSD.


    With so many troops returning home  with this diagnosis as well as domestic victims of violence, it is important to understand the link between these three situations. 


    Today we will begin by looking at what these experiences have in common. 


     

  • 01:06

    Transformed By Grief

    in Art

    with Dianne Gray

  • 00:30

    The Other Side of Grief

    in Self Help

    the only radio show dedicated to the issues of loss and grief.


    This week we will continue the conversation "grief and loss over 65".


    There are some important mental and emotional shifts that happen at this post retirement time as well as the time of becoming a "senior citizen"


    We will lokk at the common losses at this stage andhow grief presents inself,


    Listeners are welcomed to call in

  • 00:30

    The Other Side of Grief

    in Self Help

    The only radio show dedicated to the issues of loss and grief.


    This week's conversation will focus on "Grief over 65". 


    Our retirement age population is increasing every day. On our show today we will begin to explore The issues and life challenges of those living in retirement.


    How do those of us in this population deal with loss and grief? What are some of the age and real life related losses that occur for this age group?


    Listeners are welomed to call in.

  • The Other Side of Grief

    in Self Help

    The only radio show dedicated to the issues of loss and grief.


    This week's conversation will focus on lingering grief.


    For some of us, the reality of our loss remains and becomes the center of our lives  long after the experience of the loss.


    We will look and some of these situations and the reasons why  loss can linger as well as how to change it.


    Listeners are welcomed to call in.

  • 00:30

    The Other Side of Grief

    in Self Help

    The only radio show dedicated to the issues of grief and loss.


    This week's conversation will focus on the meaning and purpose of grief.


    Often we see loss and grief as pointless difficult and an interruption in our perception of life.


    This can lead to avoidance behavior, depression, and victimization.


    Today we will explore the place grief and loss have in our lives and the paradox it presents to us.

  • 00:30

    The Other Side of Grief

    in Self Help

    The only radio show dedicated to the issues of grief and loss.


    This week's conversation will focus on " changing the meaning of the holidays"


    For most of us who are grieving, the challenge of the holidays is to create "new meaning" for the holidays". We will discuss why this occurs and how it is often the most important "task" for us to attend to.


    Listeners are welcomed to call in.


     

  • 00:59

    How to go from Grief to Peace - Support Victims of Violence w/ Dayna Herroz

    in Lifestyle

    Dayna Herroz was a mother and grandmother in July 2006, she didn’t think life could get any better and she was right.  What she didn’t know was the life she loved was about to end. On July 26, 2006 her 22 year old daughter Tori Vienneau and 10 month grandson Dean Springstube were found murdered in their apartment and the nightmare began.


    8 ½ years later she is a Survivor of Violent Crime and a proud voice for Tori and Dean.  Their story was told on Dateline NBC on March 18th, 2011 and it was titled “Complicated”. The following year Tori and Dean’s story was told on the Investigation Discovery channel series “Stolen Voices, Buried Secrets” titled   “Lethal Liaison’s” (season 2, Episode 208).     


    As a peer advocate, Dayna facilitates a Violent Loss support group at the Jenna Druck Center and hosted the Survivors of Violent Loss River of Remembrance and Holiday Memorial for the past 4 years.  


    She is a Board Member of Victims Assistance Coordinating Council (VACC) and is their 2013 "Victim Advocate of the year" recipient.


    She is a contributing member & writer for the new book “Murder Survivors Handbook” which is the first book of its kind.  It came out on September 25, 2014 to coincide with National Day of Remembrance for murder victims. 


    Dayna has found a way to live with the loss of her precious daughter and grandson by attending and facilitating the Violent Loss support group at the Jenna Druck Center, volunteering her time at events, vigils, and one on one support for those who are struggling just to get through another day.  Her life purpose is to help others who have had a violent loss in their lives to find a way to live with it with grace and dignity, and to honor their loved ones in the process. 

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