Here Comes Everyone

Conversation on grief with Sarah Hines, Founder, A Meaningful Death

April 28, 2020 John Brewer
Here Comes Everyone
Conversation on grief with Sarah Hines, Founder, A Meaningful Death
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Here Comes Everyone
Conversation on grief with Sarah Hines, Founder, A Meaningful Death
Apr 28, 2020
John Brewer

As the Covid 19 crisis continues so more and more people are experiencing grief and have colleagues, family members or friends grieving some loss.  Whether it be the death of a loved one or some other loss such as financial security, health, job, status, the ability to travel or gather, grief has become ubiquitous.

There are few more important conversations right now than how we deal with grief in ourselves and others.

In this episode we continue an important dialogue about grief that we began in an earlier episode with Brenda Marshall.  The focus here is firstly Sarah's belief that grief is not an emotion but a skill.  From there we go on to discuss how to mark grief when we cannot gather, how each of us can improve how we address grief, and how as leaders and colleagues we can provide support and comfort to those we work with experiencing grief.

This is an ongoing conversation - each of us experiences grief differently.  My hope is that Sarah's insights help you better understand your own grief and that of others - I know I gained new perspective through our conversation that will help me going forward.

Show Notes

As the Covid 19 crisis continues so more and more people are experiencing grief and have colleagues, family members or friends grieving some loss.  Whether it be the death of a loved one or some other loss such as financial security, health, job, status, the ability to travel or gather, grief has become ubiquitous.

There are few more important conversations right now than how we deal with grief in ourselves and others.

In this episode we continue an important dialogue about grief that we began in an earlier episode with Brenda Marshall.  The focus here is firstly Sarah's belief that grief is not an emotion but a skill.  From there we go on to discuss how to mark grief when we cannot gather, how each of us can improve how we address grief, and how as leaders and colleagues we can provide support and comfort to those we work with experiencing grief.

This is an ongoing conversation - each of us experiences grief differently.  My hope is that Sarah's insights help you better understand your own grief and that of others - I know I gained new perspective through our conversation that will help me going forward.