Based in Wicklow, Ireland, Shapes of Grief is a Podcast/blog by Liz Gleeson, Bereavement Therapist. Her conversations with guests explore grief in all its facets, with an aim to normalise the grief experience and share the many ways that people manage and transform their suffering.

Ep. 6 Madeleine Grant on Bereavement Overload and Prolonged Grief

Ep. 6 Madeleine Grant on Bereavement Overload and Prolonged Grief

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In this episode, Madeleine talks to Liz about three successive family bereavements and how her inability to grieve resulted in significant illness and a near-death experience. Madeleine went on to complete a Masters in Bereavement Studies at the Irish Hospice Foundation in an attempt to better understand and heal her own unresolved losses. Madeleine's story will no doubt resonate deeply with many people who have experienced grief in their lives, particularly those of us who have, for some reason, shut away our grief and not felt safe to express it. 

This is an important conversation about bereavement and unresolved grief that will hopefully inspire people in the knowing that it really is never too late to talk about grief and find healing and integration.

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Ep. 7 Robert Neimeyer on Meaning Making after loss

Ep. 7 Robert Neimeyer on Meaning Making after loss

Ep. 5 Dr. Susan Delaney on the essence of grief, prolonged Grief, resilience and hope

Ep. 5 Dr. Susan Delaney on the essence of grief, prolonged Grief, resilience and hope

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