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. 21 Helen Lambe on accompanying her husband through cancer and untimely widowhood

Ep. 21 Helen Lambe on accompanying her husband through cancer and untimely widowhood

To listen to the episode click here https://anchor.fm/shapes-of-grief/episodes/Ep--21-Helen-Lambe-on-accompanying-her-husband-through-cancer-and-untimely-widowhood-e4pa2a

Helen Lamb, owner and founder of the Dublin Wellness Centre, takes us on an intimate journey through her experience of grief following the death of her beloved husband when their baby boy was just months old. Listeners who have accompanied loved ones through cancer will resonate deeply with some of the experiences that Helen shares. She talks about the acute loneliness of grief and the importance of friends who ‘get’ exactly what you’re going through. Helen describes how grief changed her and how she approached loving again after losing ‘the love of her life’.

For more information on the Dublin Wellness Centre, click here https://www.dublinwellnesscentre.ie/about-us/

Helen refers to her friendship with author Bebhinn Ramsey. To read Bebhinn’s book "Love’s last gift”, buy the kindle edition here https://www.amazon.co.uk/Loves-Last-Gift-Bebhinn-Ramsay-ebook/dp/B007TNY3F4/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?keywords=Bebhinn+ramsey&qid=1564426661&s=gateway&sr=8-1-fkmr0

Bebhinn is our guest on the Shapes Of Grief podcast next week, episode 22.

Ep. 22 Bebhinn Ramsey on her search for a 'cure' for grief and how a spiritual path helped her to navigate her loss

Ep. 22 Bebhinn Ramsey on her search for a 'cure' for grief and how a spiritual path helped her to navigate her loss

Ep. 20 Cath Monaghan on the sudden death of her brother

Ep. 20 Cath Monaghan on the sudden death of her brother

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