Cariad talks to comedian and writer Sara Pascoe (Mock the Week, Qi, author of Animal, Edinburgh Comedy Nominee, it’s basically and endless list…) about the death of her Grandfather when she was a child. As ever they talk about grief, memories and ice cream. You can tweet the show @thegriefcast or email us email@example.com because …
Donal Skehan talks about the stress of embarking on a transatlantic relocation during a pandemic, the mood boosting benefits of an early morning walk and how even he sometimes hasn’t a clue what to cook for dinner.
“We’ve become more sensitive to each other’s needs” Rupen Kalsi is a Journalist at Metro.co.uk. She talks to Ellen about mental health in the Asian community, coming out to your family and giving her depression a name. Stay in touch with Mentally Yours on Twitter and our private Facebook group.
Cariad talks to writer and producer Jon Harvey (The Armando Ianucci show, Time Trumpet, The World of Simon Rich) about the loss of his brother. As ever they discuss grief, London 2012 and having to tell someone else about a death.
If you’re feeling penned in by current 2km restrictions, Coaching Psychologist, Lecturer, author and former UN peacekeeper Hugh O’Donovan can help to shift your perspective on the value we can glean from even the simplest of walks.
Chartered Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Ursula Bates, talks about the role rituals play in helping us to process our grief, what alternative options might be available for us at the moment and how the wider community can continue to support people in their grief, despite restrictions.