On grief talk with Audrey, I bring you experts in the fields of death and dying, grief and loss, hope and healing and those who have themselves been on their own grief journey, to share their experiences and skills to help my listeners.
"It was a perfect life; one that many would be envious of. One that I always dreamed of but thought only occurred in the movies-mainly because my life until then was nothing like the movies. There were many life hardships that got me to where I was, but despite my hurt and self-doubt, I found the perfect husband, gave birth to a wonderful daughter, maintained a fulfilling career, and lived in a house full of love, laughter, and happyness. Just when Rod had helped me to build the life of my dreams, April 14,1992, arrived and my world ended. I spoke to my husband at 5:20 pm and told him I would pick up our daugher, Gretchen, from day care and would meet him at home. I got home, and he wasn't there, nor would he ever return. He passed away leaving his office at the age of thirty-two."
Rachel joined the grief world in 1992 when her husband suddenly passed away, leaving her with a two-year-old daughter. Her experience in the management of large corporations led her to develop and publish resources about how to support grief and loss in the workplace.
Join me and my guest Rachel Kodanaz author, speaker and coach as she shares her story of loss and hope.