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Sorrow (and its conventional manifestation) for someone's death

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    Losing a Child: Always Andy's Mom
    Episode 146: Gina's Sister

    Losing a Child: Always Andy's Mom

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 51:13


    Experiencing the death of a close loved one changes people. I became a changed person after mom mom died of cancer when I was in college. I changed again probably even more dramatically after my son, Andy, was killed in our car accident. When today's guest, Crystal, lost her sister to suicide 3 years ago, Crystal's life was forever changed. Crystal had a young family including a 3 year old daughter. She was just finishing up her final weeks of college to earn her degree. She had a plan for her life. And then, her world was turned upside down when Gina, whom everyone described as a full of life ‘Energizer Bunny,' took her own life. Crystal had decisions to make. She finished those final college classes, but then decided to take some time for herself to heal. It was during this time of healing when she began to feel a prompting to help others. She kept seeing little signs pushing her to help other grieving families. She felt like Gina want her to do more. It was then that she started her business that she named ‘Scattering Hope.' Even in the name, she felt her sister's influence. “That't what we need to do, Crystal,” she could almost hear her sister saying, “We need to scatter hope.” That is Crystal's new life's mission. She helps families heal after losing loved ones to suicide. Grief and hope aren't often words that go together, but in community, we can begin to heal and to experience hope once again. Next month, Crystal is hosting her third suicide summit for survivors of suicide loss. The summit is virtual and will feature speakers from all over the country, speakers that will hopefully help help Crystal scatter even more hope. Both Gwen and I are featured speakers as well. The summit is completely free to attend. The goals really are three-fold. First of all, it gives grievers an opportunity to be in community with each other. Secondly, it gives grievers tools to help them along their grief journey. Finally, it gives grievers opportunities to share their own stories. If you or anyone you know has been affected by suicide loss, I hope you will take time to register at scatteringhope.com.

    Articulated: Dispatches from the Archives of American Art
    6 - Rage and Mourning: Women's Art in Public with Suzanne Lacy and Juana Alicia

    Articulated: Dispatches from the Archives of American Art

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 42:13


    What does art make happen, and what can art make happen? Artists have adapted a variety of forms to encourage equity and advancement, creating art that serves as a forum for shared experience and growth as they spur new dynamics between creator and audience.This episode explores what feminist social practice has meant for Suzanne Lacy, particularly in her early performance work, and for Juana Alicia in her murals and paintings. Show Notes and Transcript available at www.aaa.si.edu/articulated

    Redding Reformed Fellowship
    Joy Over Mourning

    Redding Reformed Fellowship

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 49:00


    As Jesus continues to come under the scrutiny of the religious leaders, he takes the opportunity in one of their questions to explain the inappropriateness of trying to live in the old when the new has come. Join us for -Joy Over Mourning.-

    Decoding the Creative
    Songs I Shouldn't Explain: Ray Hartsfield - Sunday Mourning Hymnal

    Decoding the Creative

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 59:06


    You can mourn many different kinds of losses in your life.That's one of the central themes in Ray's song, "Sunday Mourning Hymnal." In this episode, Ray takes the guest chair as Ben Evans and Alex Rust interrogate him on all the complexities of writing vulnerable lyrics. They discuss Ray's departure from his religion and how a person has to build new structures of meaning and purpose in the aftermath of deconstruction. Follow Ray on Instagram and TikTok -- @SundayMourningHymnals and follow the podcast on IG and TikTok too -- @DecodingtheCreative

    "GOD WILL TURN YOUR MOURNING INTO DANCING "

    "JESUS IS LORD "

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 8:20


    #AGAPE --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pamela-witcherd/support

    Your Ni Dom
    Cultural Estrangement

    Your Ni Dom

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 54:13


    In this reflection I talk about being culturally estranged and how this estrangement adversely impacts my business and quality of life. Supporting themes: Flow; Race; Class; Sense of self; Absentee father; Mourning and grief; Familial intimacy; and Spirituality. Typology: Fi and Ni.

    Throne of Grace Ministries - Thought for the Day
    You have turned for me my mourning into dancing(Psalms‬ ‭30:11)

    Throne of Grace Ministries - Thought for the Day

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 1:57


    “You have turned for me my mourning into dancing; You have put off my sackcloth and clothed me with gladness,” ‭‭Psalms‬ ‭30:11‬ ‭NKJV‬‬

    Children of the Pandemic: Searching for Solutions in Education
    Nothing about us without us: ABA Therapy from an Autistic Perspective

    Children of the Pandemic: Searching for Solutions in Education

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 32:08


    The Director of Advocacy at the Autistic Self-Advocacy Network, Zoe Gross, shares her thoughts on ABA therapy and what it takes to be a self-advocate. This episode also features the writing of non-speaking autists, Ido Kedar and Niko Boskovic, and formerly non-speaking, Jay Jay Mudridge. We discuss the controversy surrounding the Judge Rotenberg Center and ABAI and what families and caregivers can do to truly support their autistic loved ones. In 2012, Zoe created the annual Disability Day of Mourning vigil, a national, cross-disability event commemorating the lives of disabled people murdered by their family members or caregivers. She received a White House Champions of Change award for this work in 2013. As a content warning: This podcast episode includes conversations about torture, murder, and sexual assault. Autistic Self Advocacy Network: https://autisticadvocacy.org/ Ariana Cernius' article: https://fortune.com/2022/05/13/autistic-community-reckoning-aba-therapy-rights-autism-insurance-private-equity-ariana-cernius/ Thoughts from several nonspeaking autists: https://autisticstrategies.net/nonspeaking-autistics-against-aba/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hannavioletschwank/support

    BBC Inside Science
    Monkeypox, Pompeii aDNA, and Elephant Mourning Videos

    BBC Inside Science

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 35:08


    Why are non-African monkeypox cases causing concern? Also, the first complete human genome from a Pompeiian cadaver, and how YouTube is aiding animal behaviourists. As cases of monkeypox appear strangely dispersed around Europe and elsewhere in the world outside of Africa, BBC health and science correspondent James Gallagher outlines to Vic the symptoms and some of the mysterious elements of this outbreak. In Pompeii, scientists have for the first time managed to sequence the whole genome of an individual killed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79AD. Serena Viva of the University of Salento describes the site of two individual's tragic demise all that time ago, one female aged around 50 years, and a younger male, both leaning on a couch in a dining room. Geneticist Gabriele Scorrano describes how the ancient DNA (aDNA) was preserved and extracted, and how the male individual's genome was so well preserved it could be sequenced in full. As they suggest this week in Nature, there weren't too many surprises in what they found, but the ability to do this sort of science opens up a new era of Pompeiian archaeological treasure. Faced with covid lockdowns and unable to observe in the wild, elephant conservationists Nachiketha Sharma and Sanjeeta Sharma Pocharel decided to see if videos uploaded to YouTube could enlighten science on rare behaviours of Asian elephants. African Elephants are known to have a strange fascination, even respect, for the death of other elephant individuals, especially those near to their families such as calves and parents. Asian elephants' thanatological (death related) behaviour is less well observed however. But the researchers turned to videos of strange grieving-like behaviour to begin a catalogue of the different reactions such as carrying dead calves, standing guard, or vocalizing. They dedicate their work, published by the Royal Society, to the elephants involved. This sort of research, using video observations captured and shared by members of the public are proving rather useful to zoologists and animal behaviourists. Ximena Nelson of the University of Canterbury in New Zealand was one of the first scientists to suggest the usefulness of trawling the internet for odd video of animals and explains a bit more to Vic. Presented by Victoria Gill Produced by Alex Mansfield

    JPMedia: Responsa Radio
    Can I Change My Seat in Shul While in Mourning?

    JPMedia: Responsa Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 37:39


    Many people in aveilut (mourning) observe a practice of changing their usual seat in shul. But mourners are also supposed to avoid public demonstrations of mourning on Shabbat. If you are in mourning, and going to shul on Shabbat, should you change your seat?

    SPD Podcast
    #202 – Reflections On Grief and Mourning

    SPD Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022


    Jun 23rd, 2022 - Pastor Tim Westermeyer - #202 – Reflections On Grief and Mourning

    The Daily Update
    UAE mourning period ends, Afghanistan earthquake toll, Twitter Notes - Trending

    The Daily Update

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 1:41


    Cody Combs gives a round up of today's trends.

    Seek Reality – Roberta Grimes
    Kelley Glover Talks About Mourning Parents When We Know the Truth About Death

    Seek Reality – Roberta Grimes

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 47:11


    Kelley Glover is a published scholar and doctoral research assistant at Texas State University, where she is working on her PhD in School Improvement. She has music education degrees from Howard University and the Eastman School of Music, and she is the creator of a culturally responsive music education cartoon and music game app called, […] The post Kelley Glover Talks About Mourning Parents When We Know the Truth About Death appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.

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    Kelley Glover Talks About Mourning Parents When We Know the Truth About Death

    WebTalkRadio.net

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022


    Kelley Glover is a published scholar and doctoral research assistant at Texas State University, where she is working on her PhD in School Improvement. She has music education degrees from Howard University and the Eastman School of Music, and she is the creator of a culturally responsive music education cartoon and music game app called, […] The post Kelley Glover Talks About Mourning Parents When We Know the Truth About Death appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.

    Podcast - Dialogic Disciple
    How Mourning is Sacred: Blessed are Those Who Mourn

    Podcast - Dialogic Disciple

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022


    Elisabeth and James discuss the blessedness of mourning…

    RNZ: Morning Report
    Pukekohe High School mourning student lost in crash

    RNZ: Morning Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 2:36


    South Auckland's Pukekohe High School is in mourning after one its Year 10 students died in the tragic crash near Picton on Sunday. The boy's older brother, who's in Year 11 at the school, survived the crash and is in Wellington hospital in a serious condition. He is one of only two survivors, seven other family members died. Pukekohe High School principal Richard Barnett says the school community is coming together to support each other. He spoke to Corin Dann.

    Precious Predicaments
    Life After The Death Of A spouse

    Precious Predicaments

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 65:00


    When one marry it is often filled with bliss, joy and happiness. The last thing that the couple may be thinking about is sickness, unexpected tragedy and death. However when such occur how is the other partner suppose to go about their life? Grieving and mourning is different for everyone. The anger, and complex emotions can take a toll as well as the financial aspects of running the household and maintaining the family. Holidays, graduations and other life events can create a challange.  Join myself and other today 6/20/22 at 12pm Pacific as we discuss life after the death of a spouse. Healing is possible. Life can go on. And yes help is available. Let's talk about it. I want to hear your thoughts. To join in on the conversation call 516 387-1914. Hosted by Jeanette Abney LMFT.

    FPC Eldorado Sermons Podcast
    Days of Mourning - Genesis 49:29-50:14

    FPC Eldorado Sermons Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022


    Genesis 49:29-50:14 - - May 29, 2022

    Online Messages - Echo Church
    Journey of the Redeemed: Mourning + Renewal

    Online Messages - Echo Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022


    This week we look at the end of Luke 17, where Jesus' words often get misinterpreted. We'll consider how people groups navigate collective trauma—participating in both mourning plus renewal. Sermon by: Kelly Carr, Lead PastorConnect with us: echochurch.org

    Christ Fellowship Podcast
    "The Book of Lamentations" :: Eddie Feliciano

    Christ Fellowship Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 60:31


    The People are in exile. The City lies in ruins. Lamentations is an exposition, written by Jeremiah, describing the condition of the land after the Babylonian exile. It's a book our mourning and a call to the People to recognize how they got into the situation they are in and to repent and turn back to God to restore all that was lost. This is the book of Lamentations. This teaching is part of our 2022 series, "Anchored,” and is part of our study on the prophets. This episode was recorded on June 19, 2022, during our 10:30am worship service. Today's speaker: Eddie Feliciano Audio Engineer: Oliver Kaufmann Theme Music by: Giancarlo Cordon Produced by: William Hartz ========== Christ Fellowship of Elizabeth is a Christian community whose mission is to love God, make disciples, and change the world. We hope you enjoyed this week's message. Make sure you subscribe in Apple Podcast, Google Play, Spotify, or your favorite podcatcher so you never miss an episode. Follow us online: Website: https://cfofelizabeth.com Instagram: https://instagram.com/cfofelizabeth Twitter: https://twitter.com/cfofelizabeth Facebook: https://facebook.com/cfofelizabeth YouTube: https://youtube.com/ChristFellowshipofElizabeth Subscribe to our other podcasts at: https://cfofelizabeth.com/podcasts You can join us in person every Sunday. We gather for worship at 10:30am at The Liberty Center at 1121 Elizabeth Ave, Elizabeth, NJ. You can also join us virtually on our livestream by visiting cfofellizabeth.com/live or visiting our YouTube page. To give your tithe or gift online, you can visit: https://tithe.ly/give_new/www/#/tithe or text "Give" to 856-317-6679. To contact the church by phone, call 908-289-6322. If this is your first time with us or you just want to learn more about our church, please visit: http://www.cfofelizabeth.com/im-new ========== ©2022 Christ Fellowship of Elizabeth Love God. Make Disciples. Change the World.

    Pray the Word with David Platt
    Mourning Death (Revelation 21:1–5)

    Pray the Word with David Platt

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 4:15


    In this episode of Pray the Word on Revelation 21:1–5, David Platt provides pastoral comfort for those mourning death.

    Get Judged!
    Episode #87 - Mourning Would

    Get Judged!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 69:16


    Guess who's favourite bear stops by for a pajama podcast?  John is back and he wants to talk poetry.  The boys all talk about what's the worst thing we've all said and why and why we such dicks?  You said dicks!!! This isn't an annual visit from John.  You said Anal! There is a come count in effect on this episode and Shakey and John therapyize each other!!Confused yet?If you like to  judge us just by listening - you should really go over to the Tick Tock and watch us make a fool of our selves. @getjudgedpodcast on all platforms. Dust off those gavels and get judging.  Comment, subscribe, DM, wave, poke, like, send nudes - whatever you want to do - just do something you lazy POS

    Talk Psych to Me
    Rituals: Can deodorant swipes improve performance and connection?

    Talk Psych to Me

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 58:53


    Is Brian's morning ritual of doing a set number of deodorant swipes an odd quirk or is it a legitimate strategy to improve performance, reduce anxiety, and spark connection? Come learn about the psychology of ritual and how you can put it to good use in your own life.Make it your ritual to connect with us!Instagram: @talkpsychtomepodcastTwitter: @talkpsych2meEmail: tp2mpodcast@gmail.comCo-hosted by Brian Luna and Tania LunaEdited by Alyssa Greene Theme music by Barrie Gledden, Kes Loy, and Richard Kimmings

    Losing a Child: Always Andy's Mom
    Episode 144: Jackson's Mom & Dad

    Losing a Child: Always Andy's Mom

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 61:16


    As a self-proclaimed data and analytics guy, Ben discovered a disturbing fact shortly after his infant son, Jackson, died. He learned that nearly 50,000 children between the ages of 0 and 20 die each year in the United States alone. That means that each year, 100,000 parents have to live through this horrific nightmare. This does not even include any step-parents or other family members who are suffering as well. Last week, we were introduced to Everly's parents, Nick and Martha. They also lost their infant daughter, although in a very different way than how Ben and Lara lost Jackson. Both sets of parents, however, felt a calling to help make the experiences of future bereaved parents a little better than their own had been. Ironically, although both couples are from St. Louis, Missouri, they actually met at a bereaved parent's retreat in northern Wisconsin. During that retreat, the two couples began to feel inspired. If they could help each other so much in their pain, perhaps they could expand their efforts and work together to help even more parents. The long drive home sparked exciting ideas which led to the formation of the non-profit group, Just Enduring. Their mission is to help promote living and loving after child loss. Just Enduring offers immediate resources after the death of a child ranging from planning a funeral to finding a therapist to contacting social security, as well as everything in between. These resources are readily available on their website, justenduring.org. There are resources not only for newly bereaved parents, but also for their family and friends and even information for medical professionals. They help walk parents through those first days and weeks and know what may happen in a step-by-step fashion. There is also a blog section where moms and dads can individually write their own stories about their children.  A second area of focus is truly amazing and is called the ‘A Parent Like You' program. In that program, the organization helps match parents with another family who lost a child under similar circumstances or at similar ages. It is so incredibly painful to go through this grief journey, but going through it with someone else can help bring a little bit of peace and comfort knowing you are not suffering alone. I know that as Just Enduring continues to grow, it will spread hope and healing to so many families. 

    Bay Area Book Festival Podcast
    Writing a Path Out of Darkness: Writers on Mourning

    Bay Area Book Festival Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 65:01


    Pik-Shuen Fung, Kristin Keane, Litt Woon Long, Deirdre English These authors give voice to the unspeakable parts of grief. The protagonist of Pik-Shuen Fung's “Ghost Forest” navigates her father's death in a family that doesn't talk about feelings. In “The Encyclopedia of Bending Time,” memoirist Kristin Keane uses an encyclopedic format to grieve her mother. And Litt Woon Long's “The Way Through the Woods” wends a path through mushroom-foraging as a way to process loss. With the support of the Consulate General of Canada San Francisco/Silicon Valley, the Norway House Foundation, and NORLA - Norwegian Literature Abroad.

    Unshaken Saints
    2 Samuel 1-1 Kings 11: David & Solomon

    Unshaken Saints

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 444:14


    An in-depth study of 2 Samuel and the first half of 1 Kings, which recounts the reigns of King David and King Solomon. This lesson focuses on loving your enemies, proclaiming peace, steadying the ark, David and Bathsheba, Amnon and Tamar, the rebellion of Absalom, a prodigal's return, wisdom, largeness of heart, judging without becoming judgmental, building with cedar and gold, temple dedications, worldliness and materialism, and more. 0:00 Introduction 4:30 3 Kings of United Israel 8:50 Mourning for Jonathan & Saul 26:23 David Anointed King of Judah 32:58 Proclaiming Peace 41:17 The Rise of David 53:28 King Over All Israel 1:05:17 Steadying the Ark 1:26:47 Desire to Build the Temple 1:50:18 Extending the Kingdom & Establishing Peace 2:08:45 David & Bathsheba 2:51:05 David's Sin Is Revealed 3:09:24 Amnon & Tamar 3:30:30 Absalom Flees & Returns: Reconciliation 3:47:24 Absalom's Rebellion 4:06:50 The Death of Absalom 4:15:41 Recovering from Rebellion 4:38:56 A Psalm of David 4:46:23 The Arm of Flesh 5:04:55 David's Last Days 5:08:02 Solomon as Successor 5:30:34 The Wisdom of Solomon 5:43:57 Discerning a Mother & Dividing a Child 5:55:56 Largeness of Heart 6:02:44 Building the Temple 6:23:40 Cedar and Gold 6:32:14 The Dedication of the Temple 6:58:02 Wisdom or Wealth? 7:02:21 Worldliness and Materialism 7:19:23 Conclusion

    KNX All Local
    Mourning Two Police Officers In El Monte-Bass Now Ahead In LA Mayor Vote Count-State Republicans Blast Democrats Over Gas Prices

    KNX All Local

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 5:28


    Fate of Fact
    June 15th: Mourning Medgar Evers

    Fate of Fact

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 4:54


    On June 15th, 1963, Civil-rights leaders hold white Southern leaders accountable for the assassination of the NAACP's Medgar Evers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Positively Real Podcast
    Mourning Your Past Self

    Positively Real Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 53:09


    Brittny is sharing all the deets on how she mourns her past self while also celebrating her new life as a mother. Although she thought this experience would be easy (because social media makes it look that way sometimes), there has been a lot of learning along the way and many reminders that “living your best life” means life long work of continuing to examine and know yourself. She dives into why you can't mourn your old self until you're actually in the experience of change, allowing herself to feel both the pride in parenting and the guilt that comes up when missing having an hour to herself in the morning, grief and loss in forms other than death and how to honor that grief, matresence, the physical and emotional healing of parenthood and mourning your past self, choosing courage over comfort, and so much more! Connect with Brittny:www.brittnyking.comwww.instagram.com/brittnyking_www.instagram.com/positivelyreal_podcast

    End-of-Life University
    Ep. 355 Irish Keening and Wakes: Traditional Mourning Rituals with Mary McLaughlin

    End-of-Life University

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 78:33


    Learn about the history and importance of Irish mourning rituals. My guest Mary McLaughlin is a singer/songwriter and teacher who studies and teaches workshops about Irish singing and technique and Gaelic song and culture. She has recorded five CD’s to international acclaim, written two song books and completed a PhD in Irish Otherworld Song. Today… Continue reading Ep. 355 Irish Keening and Wakes: Traditional Mourning Rituals with Mary McLaughlin

    MoonWise
    SHINE: Tamu Mosley on Navigating the Perimenopause Portal (Ep. 56)

    MoonWise

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 55:00


    In this episode of Moonwise, we speak with herbalist and holistic wellness facilitator Tamu Mosley about the spiritual significance of perimenopause. We discuss her experience of hosting a women's womb circle for those going through this transition and some of the common symptoms and themes that have come up. We talk about reframing the menopause process as a potent opportunity to step into our power and how she embraced her own grey hair. Tamu shares her personal insights and tips for self care in perimenopause, including herbal allies and practices that have been supportive on the journey. We also talk about: Mourning the end of the child bearing years Honoring your last moon blood Stepping back from habits of care-taking The importance of sharing our stories in community Unapologetically sharing our gifts with the world Tamu Mosley is an Oakland born mama of 3, a teacher, a wholistic wellness facilitator, a kitchen alchemist, a home herbalist & herbal maker, and a budding flower essence practitioner. Tamu is founder and CEO of Wholistic Shine (established in 2014) and Uchū Botanical (established in 2018). She is deeply nourished by a consistent self care practice cultivated over the past 27 years that includes preparing healthy plant based meals, natural skin care & herbal remedies in her ‘kitchen healing laboratory', seasonal wholistic detoxes, yoga, connecting with nature and working with flower essences. Tamu is passionate about a wholistic approach to eating and living by bringing more mindfulness and intention to daily choices along with cultivating wellness practices that support mind, body and spirit. She is honored and humbled to support others on their wellness journey by inspiring, educating and empowering them through her Wholistic Shine and Uchū Botanical offerings. SPECIAL OFFER: Mention moonwise and receive $5 off purchase of Uchū Botanical WISDOM BODY Pink Magnolia/Rose Quartz Essence (email wholisticshine@gmail.com to purchase) Links: IG @wholistic_shine and @uchubotanical Wholisticshine.com Women's Wisdom from the Heart of Africa by Sobonfu Somé Menopausal Years: The Wise Woman Way by Susun Weed 13 Moons: Harnessing Every Day Magic in Practical Ways - Monique Ruffin Wild Omen Oils Woman of Wisdom Formula from Desert Essence WISDOM BODY Pink Magnolia/ Rose Quartz Essence from Uchu Botanical —> Leave us a written review on Apple Podcasts, and get a shout out on the show!

    Messages - Radiant Church Jackson
    Sermon On The Mount | Mourning

    Messages - Radiant Church Jackson

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022


    To “mourn”: Grief or sorrow of the heart usually expressed by tears.

    Kidless
    The Necessity of Mourning

    Kidless

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 60:23


    A discussion on mourning. We discuss: 1. The role of mourning in human life. 2. How mourning can be applied narrowly (a death) or broadly (all losses and changes, big and little). 3. It's necessary for peaceful passage through life. 4. How idealization of what was lost can prevent mourning and therefore peaceful passage through life. 5. Ashley hurts Eric's feelings early in the show, which is discussed toward the end and helps us  get to a final part of the discussion: 6.  If you make a choice, and you feel sad once the choice is made, that doesn't mean you've made the wrong decision. You're not a robot. Let yourself feel it. **One thing we didn't say in the episode: Even if you're sad after choosing to not have children, it doesn't mean you've made the wrong decision. You have to let yourself acknowledge the path you didn't take and what it means so that you can be open to what blessings you will receive. We tried to use as many examples from our lives as we could think of. Hope you find this helpful. Resource: Comprehensive Dictionary of Psychoanalysis by Salman AkhtarIG: @ashley.mason.cmhc

    Losing a Child: Always Andy's Mom
    Episode 143: Everly's Mom & Dad

    Losing a Child: Always Andy's Mom

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 60:48


    When Nick and Martha's young daughter, Everly, was brought to the emergency room from daycare, they were told, “Your daughter is very sick.” Martha remembers thinking, “No, she's not. She's totally healthy.” Shortly after that conversation, the parents were brought into the room were they were unsuccessfully trying to resuscitate Everly. Nick and Martha were hit with the reality that their previously healthy daughter had suddenly died. Nick and Martha were in shock. They were completely devastated and had no idea what to do. Nick, being a problem-solver, began to ask hospital staff, “What do we do now?” The responses to his question tended to be one of the following:  1. I'm so sorry. 2. Take as much time as you need. Now, both of these responses were very nice things to say. It was good that they were't being rushed out of the hospital as many people are, but it was not an answer to Nick's question. It seemed that nobody could answer his question. They knew this could not be the first time a child had died in the emergency room of that children's hospital, but the staff really did not seem to have any answers. Martha recalls being handed a nice book with a pretty cover, but that book said nothing about finding a funeral home, what an autopsy would entail, how to tell family members about the death, or even that Gift of Life might soon make a call. They were very alone in all of that. They had to walk out of that Emergency Room without their little girl and they had no idea what to do next. Now, Nick and Martha muddled through those next days and weeks and did get through what they needed to do, but they began to wonder, ‘Could it have been better?' Obviously, nothing would have made this experience good, but it certainly could have been easier in many ways, if there had been a little road map of everything that would need to be done over those first days and weeks. How comforting it would have been if some experienced person could have offered some guidance. This week's episode is truly a Part 1 of a two part series. Next week, I speak with Ben and Lara, Jackson's parents. Although the circumstances around their children's deaths were quite different, their experiences after their losses inspired the four of them to found an amazing new organization, Just Enduring, to help make bereaved parents especially in those first days, weeks, and months. Next week, we will learn more details so I don't want to spoil it, but if you want to learn a little more today, visit the Just Enduring website.

    Tell Me About It With Jade Iovine
    Mean Girls, Mourning & Modern Families w/ Hunter McGrady

    Tell Me About It With Jade Iovine

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 54:23


    Hunter McGrady is such a dreamboat. This conversation was expansive, honest, so funny… and truly nothing was off limits. We talked about the challenges and shame that can come with finding a wedding or bridesmaids dress for a curvy figure. We talked about 2020, during which Hunter not only welcomed her first child but was a time when her life came to a crashing halt with the unexpected loss of her younger brother. She shares how she straddled the most devastating and crippling grief with the excitement and joy of her new baby boy.    Hunter and I both come from blended, modern families and we talked about both having a stepmom and BEING one, as Hunter became a stepmom in her early twenties. We even covered finding gray hair, death doulas, and what bitches girls are in high school (and how much we still blame the moms who bred that horrible species of female).   Growing up in Los Angeles as an aspiring model, Hunter McGrady is breaking down cultural beauty barriers as the first plus size woman to appear on the cover of The Knot.  She's the curviest model to appear in ‘Sports Illustrated' and was named their 2018 rookie of the year.  Hunter was one of the first curve models to walk NYFW runways in September 2017, and has worked with top brands such as Olay, Revlon, Nordstrom, and Lane Bryant. Hunter is a dedicated advocate for body positivity and mental health, and works closely with the JED foundation for suicide prevention.   Download this episode of Tell Me About It with Jade Iovine wherever you get your podcasts! And to continue the conversation DM me: https://www.instagram.com/jadeiovine/   Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Dialogic
    Mourning, Moaning, and Selflessness: Shakespeare's Sonnets 71-75

    Dialogic

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 20:18


    This cycle of sonnets delves into some thoughts of death, or uses thoughts of mortality to describe the process of breaking up. The poet spins out a bunch of metaphors describing their own exhaustion, the end of their time. They meditate on their own death as a way of bringing into focus what remains important. The poet doesn't want their name to be remembered. When it boils down to their essence, the distillation of a life, it is only the love that exists in the poetry they care to have considered. Is this a kind of false grieving, designed to evoke pity? Or is it authentic expression of disappointed love? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jake-j-thomas/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jake-j-thomas/support

    Sermons
    Spiritual Poverty and Mourning

    Sermons

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022


    Psychoanalysis On and Off the Couch
    An Analyst's Journey to Authenticity and Presence with Henry Markman, MD

    Psychoanalysis On and Off the Couch

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 61:44


    "What you are describing in the process of reading the book is what I am aspiring to which is a kind of deep emotional dialogue both in the book with the reader, but also in my work with the patient. I am more concerned with the experiential nature of our work and what it means to be with someone and the kinds of experiences that follow from a certain way of being with someone, than a focus on transference, and transference interpretation. Not that I think those aspects of our work are  unimportant, but I feel like what is foundational in even making transference interpretation is being tuned into the kind of shared emotional space and process.”    Episode Description: We begin with my experience of reading Henry's new book which included my feeling imbalanced by his emphasis on the here-and-now personal characteristics of the analyst with less attention to the meaning that patients idiosyncratically bring to the analytic relationship. That said, I also felt changed by receiving his openness and vulnerability that he described in his clinical encounters. From there we began a conversation on 'authenticity' and 'presence'. We discussed analytic symmetry, intersubjectivity, sincerity, and what it means to 'surrender' to the analytic moment. Henry presented two distinct cases that demonstrate how he brings his authentic self to challenging clinical moments. We close with his sharing with us some of his personal history that has led him to this way of conceptualizing the work.    Our Guest: Henry Markman, MD is a Training & Supervising Analyst, San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis (SFCP), and Co-chair of Dialogues in Contemporary Psychoanalysis at SFCP. In 2021 he published the book, Creative Engagement in Psychoanalytic Practice by Routledge. Recent publications include: “A Pragmatic Approach to Bion's Late Work. (JAPA 2015) ; "Presence, Mourning, Beauty: Elements of Analytic Process,” (JAPA 2017); The Good, the Bad, The Ugly, and the Dead: A Typology of Analytic Fields,” (fort da 2018); Accompaniment in Jazz and Psychoanalysis,” (Psychoanalytic Dialogues 2020); “Embodied Attunement and Participation" (JAPA 2020), and “One-sided Analysis Is No Longer Possible: The Relevance of “Mutual Analysis” in Our Current World”. (fort da 2021). Henry's interests include modes of therapeutic action, embodied communication, the relevance of music in psychoanalysis, aesthetic experience, the emotional work of the analyst in the clinical encounter, and the development of a therapist. He is currently working on a manuscript entitled Five Uneasy Pieces: Five Psychoanalytic Articles that Changed My Mind. He is in private practice in Berkeley, where he consults and leads study groups.        Recommended Readings:  Berenstein, I. (2001) The Link and the Other. International Journal of Psychoanalysis 82: 141-149    Wilfred Bion: Los Angeles Seminars and Supervision. Seminar One. Bion, W., Aguayo, J., Malin, B. Routledge. 2013    Ferenczi, S. The Clinical Diary of Sandor Ferenczi. (J. Dupont, ed.) Harvard University Press. 1998    Malloch, S. & Trevarthen, C. (Eds.). (2009). Musicality: Communicating the Vitality and Interests of Life. In Communicative Musicality. Oxford: Oxford University Press.    Nacht. S. (1962) The Curative Factors in Psycho-Analysis. International Journal of Psycho-analysis 43: 206-211    Winnicott, D.W. (1968) Playing: Its Theoretical Status in the Clinical Situation. International Journal of Psycho-analysis 49: 591-599 

    State Shifters
    SSP 110: Mourning & Celebrating

    State Shifters

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 17:22


    Mourning & celebrating the life of my good friend Berman Bob Whenever someone special to me passes on - it always reminds me of the sacredness of life and how important death is so that we can be reminded of that. Reflection upon your own mortality is a powerful spiritual practice and energetically pulls you back into reverence and appreciation for life. I hope this podcast today brings you the reminders that you need. “Live the life you love, love the life you live” – Bob Marley

    Fanboys
    The Dirt

    Fanboys

    Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 58:09


    On this week's episode of Fanboys, Edgar reasserts the podcast hierarchy, and the boys trip balls to an industrial music video. Grab the full episode on The Hard Times' Patreon! (https://patreon.com/thehardtimes) ALSO: are you in a shitty band? Want to hear the Fanboys try to say something nice about it? Submit your music to Edgar's Twitter (https://twitter.com/EdgarTowner)! Be sure to check out this week's featured artists: natureplayer (https://soundcloud.com/natureplayer/doing-dumb-shit-on-the-internet?ref=clipboard&p=i&c=1&si=A9C1498D1B9849749DFCC7D878FE94D7&utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing), Dirtmill (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERpolsQ0MpE), Sons of Mourning (https://soundcloud.com/greg-wilson-607568710/sets/som?utm_source=mobi&utm_campaign=social_sharing), Insane Ian (https://insaneian.bandcamp.com/album/illinoise), The Usual Suspects (https://open.spotify.com/album/4lhQqq5HybEDXcCno9W6Gg?si=HGKUzkJtQDedMiA18208NA&nd=1), and Doomsday Profit (https://doomsdayprofit.bandcamp.com/)

    The World and Everything In It
    5.31.22 Mourning in Uvalde, countering North Korea

    The World and Everything In It

    Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 37:13


    Bonnie Pritchett reports on efforts to minister to the shattered community of Uvalde; Mary Reichard talks to Anthony Ruggiero about North Korea's growing military threats; and President Biden marks Memorial Day. Plus: commentary from Whitney Williams, teeny tiny robots, and the Tuesday morning news.Support The World and Everything in It today at wng.org/donate. Additional support comes from Ridge Haven, The Camp, and Retreat Center of the Presbyterian Church in America. With campuses located in North Carolina and Iowa, Ridge Haven serves over 12,000 guests year-round in efforts to support the Church and train future generations in ministry. More at ridgehaven.org And from The Master's University Online Programs--teaching Christ in all things. More at online.masters.eduListen to Beyond the Forum on Apple Podcasts here: bit.ly/BeyondTheForumApple And explore more about the Veritas Forum here: www.veritas.org

    Pod Sematary
    238 - Jacob's Ladder (1990) & Overlord (2018)

    Pod Sematary

    Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 107:33


    Get more at podsematary.com! Read our afterthoughts for this episode at https://twitter.com/PodSematary/status/1531125076254347264 CW: PTSD, Rape It's Memorial Day on Pod Sematary! Chris & Kelsey honor our nation's fallen military personnel by watching two movies with very different vibes all about military experimentation on human bodies. Don't worry—it's not all a downer. The Classic Film: Jacob's Ladder (1990) "Mourning his dead child, a haunted Vietnam War veteran attempts to uncover his past while suffering from a severe case of dissociation. To do so, he must decipher reality and life from his own dreams, delusions, and perceptions of death” (IMDb.com). Jacob's Ladder is some important and heavy stuff, but that doesn't give it a free pass that its message and its context are almost completely divorced from one another, leading to a dilution of both. The Modern Film: Overlord (2018) "A small group of American soldiers finds horror behind enemy lines on the eve of D-Day” (IMDb.com). Overlord isn't much of a thinker, but it's consistently exciting and engaging for its entire runtime. Audio Sources: "Jacob's Ladder" (1990) produced by Carolco Pictures "Lewis Black: Red, White and Screwed" produced by HBO "Overlord" (2018) produced by Bad Robot & Paramount Pictures

    KQED’s Forum
    Understanding Grief in a Time of National Mourning

    KQED’s Forum

    Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 55:26


    More than one million Americans have died from COVID-19. Close to 8,000 Americans have died from gun violence in 2022. Another nine thousand died of suicide. The difficult news of our time goes far beyond death. The planet is in crisis, tornados, floods and fires are ravishing whole towns, economic instability, racial injustice, and the rolling back of rights we've counted on for 50 years. It's a lot. On this Memorial Day, we take time to make space for our individual and collective grief.

    We're Going There With Bianca Juarez Olthoff
    Ep 80: Letting Grief Heal You, Mourning, Loss, Experiencing Shalom, and Uvalde with Bianca Juarez Olthoff

    We're Going There With Bianca Juarez Olthoff

    Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 27:50


    Hi Friends! Oftentimes, grief is a process associated with major life-altering situations such as the death of a loved one or a traumatic experience. But there are also smaller instances where feelings of loss can occur, for example, losing a job or a friendship breakup. In today's episode I'm talking about ways we can deal with grief and loss. As we settle into this conversation my heart and my hope is that you can begin to identify areas in your life where you may need to grieve. Or perhaps you've been in a season of loss, and you can find some healing from this conversation. So, whether you're accepting the loss of a dream, beginning a healing journey, or looking for a way to support a loved one through grief, this podcast is for you. As you listen, I hope you can find your shalom and allow God to heal your hurt. Don't forget to tag me @BiancaOlthoff to let me know what healing looks like for you. Love you, B RESOURCES/LINKS: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/22/well/what-happens-in-the-body-during-grief.html Music by: Brad Tsushima, Instagram: @bradtsushima, email: bradtsushima94@aol.com, Spotify: “R.A.D.”

    Shardcast: The Brandon Sanderson Podcast

    The final Mistborn Era 2 book, The Lost metal, comes out November, and there's still so much to discuss on the previous book, The Bands of Mourning. Today, we are talking about the Southern Scadrians: their history, how they survived, their culture and religion, and then we discuss in depth the Sovereign's temple and the Bands themselves. This episode we have Eric (Chaos), Evgeni (Argent), Joshua (jofwu), Marvin (Paleo), and Payden (Otto Didact)! Annotations: https://www.brandonsanderson.com/brandon-sanderson-online-library/#annotations Thumbnail image is Allik Neverfar by Laurys L: https://www.instagram.com/p/CMslUAjhLDa/ 00:00 Introduction 5:41 Annotations and Geography 21:38 Modifications to the Southerners 36:29 Southerner Culture 42:47 Malwish 51:32 Hunters 55:33 The Fallen 59:37 Deniers of Masks 1:11:11 More of Culture and Religion, Jaggenmire 1:29:31 Why Didn't Harmony Help Them? 1:46:33 The Sovereign, the Temple, and the Bands 2:34:25 Moving Forward 2:43:06 Who's That Cosmere Character If you like our content, support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/17thshard For discussion, theories, games, and news, come to https://www.17thshard.com Come talk with us and the community on the 17th Shard Discord: https://discord.gg/17thshard Want to learn more about the cosmere and more? The Coppermind Wiki is where it's at: https://coppermind.net Read all Words of Brandon on Arcanum: https://wob.coppermind.net Subscribe to Shardcast: http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:102123174/sounds.rss Send your Who's That Cosmere Characters to wtcc@17thshard.com

    Michigan Insider
    008 - Mourning the loss of Ray Liotta 052722

    Michigan Insider

    Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 9:38


    Mourning the loss of Ray Liotta See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
    2535: It Is Always Mourning In America

    The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 96:58


    Rod and Karen discuss another mass shooting, Kanye West's campaign had money stolen, the power grid is predicted to fail this summer, congressman blames transgender person for school shooting, Nick Cannon has another baby on the way, Walmart apologizes for Juneteenth ice cream, Tyler Fischer crying racism, Bill Cassidy wants to not count Black women in maternal death rate, boy snitches on drunk driving mom, author of How To Murder Your Husband found guilty, woman arrested for shooting outside the strip club and sword ratchetness. Our Anchor Referral Link Twitter: @rodimusprime @SayDatAgain @TBGWT Instagram: @TheBlackGuyWhoTips Email: theblackguywhotips@gmail.com Blog: www.theblackguywhotips.com Teepublic Store Amazon Wishlist Crowdcast Voice Mail: 704-557-0186 Sponsor: Site: ManScaped Code: TBGWT

    PBS NewsHour - Segments
    How Uvalde, Texas, is mourning after massacre of teachers and young students

    PBS NewsHour - Segments

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 8:01


    Investigators looked for a motive Wednesday in the elementary school shooting that killed 21 people, including 19 children, in Uvalde, Texas. Gov. Greg Abbott said the gunman had shared messages about his intentions on Facebook shortly before the attack, while calls grew in Washington and elsewhere for changing gun laws. In Uvalde, the community grieved after devastating loss. Amna Nawaz reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

    Axios Today
    A nation in mourning again

    Axios Today

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 11:02


    19 children and at least 2 adults are dead after a mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas. Almost 10 years after Sandy Hook, and just 11 days after the mass shooting in Buffalo New York, the nation is forced into mourning and outrage again. Guests: Axios' Astrid Galván and Margaret Talev. Credits: Axios Today is produced by Niala Boodhoo, Sara Kehaulani Goo, Alexandra Botti, Nuria Marquez Martinez, Alex Sugiura, and Lydia McMullen-Laird. Music is composed by Evan Viola. You can reach us at podcasts@axios.com. You can text questions, comments and story ideas to Niala as a text or voice memo to 202-918-4893. Go Deeper: 19 students, at least 2 adults dead in Texas elementary school shooting "It's just sick": Biden calls for more action after Texas school shooting "What are we doing?": Murphy slams colleagues on Senate floor after Texas shooting Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    The FOX News Rundown
    Texas School Shooting Leaves Multiple Dead And Community In Mourning

    The FOX News Rundown

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 31:42


    A shooter entered an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas and opened fire, killing at least 18 students and one adult. President Biden addressed the nation about this tragedy saying, “As a nation we have to ask when in God's name are we going to stand up to the gun lobby, I am sick and tired of it -- we have to act.” Former FBI investigator and international security consultant Bill Daly joins the Rundown to discuss why we continue to see shootings like these occur, how the U.S. can use valuable resources to make schools hard targets and how this tragedy may spark further discussion about gun control.   President Biden has been aiming to put an end to Title 42, a policy from the Trump administration which prevented migrants from entering the U.S. during the Covid-19 pandemic. Although a federal judge blocked the Biden administration from lifting Title 42, Republicans have warned that this could lead to a surge at the southern border with more than 200,000 entering illegally just last month. FOX News National Correspondent Bill Melugin joins the Rundown to discuss what he's been seeing at the border, why border agents are overwhelmed, and how one migrant is raising national security concerns.   Plus, commentary by Guy Benson, host of 'The Guy Benson Show.'  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices