Mandy Capeheart is a trauma-informed grief coach, author, and podcast host. She specializes in the intersection of grief and faith to serve grievers and grief supporters toward growth and self-awareness. Her focus is on facilitating meaningful value-centered conversations and guiding faith-based communities to create helpful healing environments and avoid spiritual bypassing and platitudes.
Mandy’s work is rooted in personal experience, having lost more loved ones than she can list, and during today’s episode, she shares how she distilled the wisdom she learned along the way into her book, Restorative Grief. Along with sharing her story here today, Mandy offers her insights on being a grief supporter, responding to platitudes, and navigating the discomfort so many of us feel when we relate to those in our lives who have recently lost someone.
We touch on sharing stories about lost loved ones and why secondary losses are so painful. This conversation also explores the pivotal role of a grief supporter, along with the three categories of supportive people to prioritize having in your life while you grieve. Tune in today for some unmissable insights from today’s amazing guest.
What you’ll learn about in this episode:
Joan Halifax: https://www.joanhalifax.org/
Brene Brown: https://brenebrown.com/
Podcast: Restorative Grief with Mandy Capeheart
Book: Restorative Grief
The Other Side of Potential Podcast: sharonspano.com/podcast/