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. 27 Declan Hammond on Parental Loss, a father's perspective

Ep. 27 Declan Hammond on Parental Loss, a father's perspective

Listen to the episode here https://anchor.fm/shapes-of-grief/episodes/Ep--27-Declan-Hammond-on-Parental-Loss--a-fathers-perspective-e6clrq

Thirteen years ago, Declan Hammond received a phonecall that is every parent's worst nightmare; his son had been involved in a mining accident abroad and was killed instantly. Declan was spiralled into what felt like an alternative reality, his life would never be the same again. In this brutally honest account of his grief, Declan describes how, for a number of years, he felt mad with grief. It was in the company of other bereaved parents where he found understanding, as many of his former friends fell away, unable to tolerate his grief. Declan speaks about how his grief transformed him over the years and how he has now made meaning from his loss.

Declan recorded this short video for another podcast, it's well worth a listen to https://youtu.be/Nhgnu3xZITw

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Ep. 28 Gretta Manners on recovering from Acquired Brain Injury

Ep. 28 Gretta Manners on recovering from Acquired Brain Injury

Ep. 26 Annemarie McCathy, Psychotherapist, on the disenfranchised grief of parenting a critically ill child

Ep. 26 Annemarie McCathy, Psychotherapist, on the disenfranchised grief of parenting a critically ill child

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