Hey everyone – my conversation with Jessica Williams, founder of the Superwoman Project, is available now! Click the link to listen, and be sure to check out all the other great interviews in this series.
Megan Devine is on a mission to help people love each other better. In today’s conversation we discuss the power of acknowledgement in our daily lives — something that feels so relevant and needed today.
A Pacific Northwest writer, speaker, and grief advocate, she currently runs Refuge In Grief, a hub of grief education and outreach, where she leads people through some of the most devastating times of their lives. Together with her team, she facilitates a growing catalog of courses, events, and trainings to help grieving people, and those who wish to support them, learn the skills they need to carry pain that cannot be fixed.
Megan is the author of the new book, It’s OK That You’re Not OK: Meeting Grief & Loss in a Culture that Doesn’t Understand. She has been featured widely in the media, including Huffington Post, Modern Loss, and The Manifest-Station, and in dozens of podcasts and radio appearances.
In today’s episode we have a truly transformative conversation about:
- The power of acknowledging the reality of a situation
- Dealing with uncomfortable conversations and situations
- Tips you can use to better acknowledge grief, suffering and pain in the big and “small” ways
- Different stages or phases of acknowledgement in your daily life
- Personal anecdotes on acknowledgement to demonstrate the work in action
Listen to the whole show at this link.
And be sure to get your copy of my new book, It’s OK You’re Not OK: Meeting Grief and Loss in a Culture that Doesn’t Understand, available on October 1st.