Grieving the Michigan Womyn's Music Festival as Our Mother. This festival has been a mother to us all. Let's share some of our experiences. NOTE: We ran out of time and instead of cutting Fig off, it just ran out of time, so it cuts short of the end.
Today on the Losing Your Parents Show, we'll talk about releasing negative patterns our parents set up for us.
A guest blog post by Nilia Berkin This will be my first Mother's Day without my mother. Both of my parents died within six months of each other last year so I will be going through the same thing on Father's Day. I will also be alone this year as my parents left me their [...]
Mother's Day is 2 weeks from today and now is the time I usually start preparing. Here are some things I'm doing to help myself prepare. Take what you need.
Podcast Episode #025: Lost mother at 16: Interview with AutoStraddle Writer Maddie Taterka – “This is a Dead Mom Essay.”
She lost her mother at 16 to cancer. Listen as Lisa A. Snyder and Maddie Taterka discuss her loss + her Autostraddle blog post, "This is a Dead Mom Essay."
Tune in Today @ 12:30pm PDT – Interview with Autostraddle Writer, Madeline Taterka as we talk about her blog post “This is a Dead Mom Essay”
Maddie Taterka lost her mom at 16 to cancer. Listen as we discuss her February blog post on Autostraddle, "This is a Dead Mom Essay".
I'm a fan of Byron Katie. She has a process about thoughts called "The Work", have you heard of it? It's an amazing process of moving forward beyond stories and thoughts we believe. Here's a little bit about Byron Katie and her process.
My cousin posted this video yesterday of a woman named Jacqui Saldana, who got a surprise call to go up on stage with Ellen at her show. I learned this woman had lost her 3 year old son, Ryan Cruz, in May. He had gotten hit by a truck while playing Frisbee. I learned that [...]
In an interview with Howard Stern, Lady Gaga reveals she was raped as a teen by an older music producer and what her extreme (throw up) art performance at SXSW really meant to her.
This time last year we had driven to Nashville for the first time. Before we arrived, we had made a pit-stop in a Walmart parking lot so Catherine could have a work meeting and I, an interview that was scheduled with OPEN TO HOPE, an organization that supports grief workers. I saw in the back [...]