Tag: loss

Reflecting on 10 Years!

SEASON 5: EPISODE 7 | October 25, 2022 Reflecting on 10 Years! with Michael Gingerich & Tom Kaden 2022 is Someone To Tell It To’s 10 year-anniversary so we want to re-share this episode between our co-founders Michael Gingerich and Tom Kaden. Michael and Tom reflect on how the mission began through their deep friendship,…
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His History Isn’t History

SEASON 2: EPISODE 11 | May 26, 2020 His History Isn’t History with Conor Donnan “People have scars. In all sorts of unexpected places. Like secret roadmaps of their personal histories. Diagrams of all their old wounds. Most of our wounds heal, leaving nothing behind but a scar. But some of them don’t. Some wounds…
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Krista Jakubik

I Did What I Had to Do

SEASON 2: EPISODE 10 | April 22, 2020 I Did What I Had to Do with Krista Jakubik Today’s podcast features a very special friend of ours – Krista Jakubik.  We’ve listened to and supported Krista for more than six years, through the aftermath of pancreatic cancer, and encouraged her as she sought to meet…
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Renee Thompson

Kindness has not been cancelled. Positivity has not been cancelled. Hope has not been cancelled.

SEASON 2: EPISODE 9 | April 9, 2020 Kindness has not been cancelled. Positivity has not been cancelled. Hope has not been cancelled. with Renee Thompson During crisis, we can get so hyper-focused that we forget about showing each other that we CARE about each other.   In this episode, Renee Thompson, a nurse of…
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Getting Grief Right: Finding Your Story of Love in the Sorrow of Loss (Part II)

SEASON 2: EPISODE 8 | March 24, 2020 Getting Grief Right: Finding Your Story of Love in the Sorrow of Loss (Part II) with Patrick O’Malley “Few things could be more important than learning how to live with our sorrow and to support others who are bereaved.  One thing is certain: grief is inevitable and…
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Getting Grief Right: Finding Your Story of Love in the Sorrow of Loss

SEASON 2: EPISODE 7 | March 11, 2020 Getting Grief Right: Finding Your Story of Love in the Sorrow of Loss with Patrick O’Malley “Few things could be more important than learning how to live with our sorrow and to support others who are bereaved.  One thing is certain: grief is inevitable and inescapable.  If…
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In the Arena

SEASON 2: EPISODE 18 | September 1, 2020 In the Arena with Lindsay Drew Lindsay Drew, of Hershey, Pennsylvania, has been profoundly influenced by the loss of her youngest sister. It has inspired her to step into the arena as a creator of a business, a local public servant, and a candidate for higher office.…
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Never Forget

We Pause…to Listen

The world’s media today is filled with stories remembering the horrific events of September 11, 2001. As we write this message, television screens are broadcasting simultaneous services of commemoration about what happened that day in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Shanksville, Pennsylvania. 2,977 people died — tragically, violently, needlessly. The world changed dramatically that…
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The Unknowability of Other People’s Pain

Two different families in the same small town experienced tragic and shocking deaths by suicide of a family member they dearly loved, within a short time from one another. Both deaths made headlines in the local papers, causing their families to suffer more pain beyond the losses due to the salacious nature of the stories…
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Someone (for Front-Line Nurses) To Tell It To

“To be a nurse, you really have to care about people,” explained Iowa nurse Whitney Neville. When an ICU is packed with COVID-19 patients, most of whom are likely to die, she laments: “to protect yourself, you just shut down. You get to the point when you realize that you’ve become a machine. There are…
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