Firstly, I’d like to extend my best wishes to everyone during what has been a most challenging year for all of us. If you have been bereaved during this time in any way, my sincere heartfelt condolences are sent to you.
I am delighted to share a recent Podcast interview with the wonderful, dynamic Linda Hayden who invited me to join her for her PACwoman podcast. Linda is not only a wonderful activist who supports and advocates for victims, she is also an extremely talented comedian, so this interview was unlike any I’ve ever done before! It is full of empathy, a touch of death and grief, but primarily focussed on positivity and life, sprinkled with a few laughs out loud. A link to the podcast on iTunes and Spotify are at the bottom of this blogpost.
As Linda mentioned, my book can be found anywhere online and in some bookshops and it is called Grief Demystified: An Introduction. Additionally, for anyone interested in learning more about grief online in the comfort of their own home, the wonderful Rosalie Kuyvenhoven and myself have recorded a lovely one hour introduction to contemporary grief theory and supporting the bereaved here: Grief Training for Professionals.
While I have your attention, you might like to head on over to the Irish Hospice Foundation to check out their Think Ahead document if you’re in Ireland or Compassion in Dying in the UK for an advance directive. For online resources, information and support for palliative care Marie Curie are amazing.
For those of you interested, here are the links to everything else that I mentioned during my interview with Linda (and if you are unable to open paywall protected research use the sci hub website):
I would be delighted to hear any comments or feedback that you have on the interview and if you wish to get in touch my website is http://www.carolinelloyd.co.uk I wish you all a safe and peaceful week.