Comedy Improv Grief Workshops - Free of Charge - Helping those stuck in grief over loss of a loved one with Comedy Improv Grief Workshops that help participants to give themselves permission to find laughter and joy again.
www.healing-improv.org - A 501(c)(3) Comedy Improv Grief Workshops Free of Charge to those stuck in grief over loss of a loved one.
Operating as usual
David's birthday is next week. He would have been 21, but he got less than half of that. So, it was good therapy to have an opportunity to spend some time chatting with Marcy, Always Andy's Mom, about our children, our losses, and the similar grief journeys that we travel, in our own individual and unique ways. Her podcasts are a great source of support and understanding for anyone traveling the byways of grief...Thank you Marcy, for all you do, but especially for asking about David. Always Andy's Mom podcasts can be found on podcast platforms everywhere.
andysmom.libsyn.com The words 'grief' and 'improv' are certainly ones that do not naturally seem to go together. When I think of grief, I think of extreme sadness. I might also think of guilt, anger or numerous other negative emotions. Rarely, if ever, would I think about someone laughing. Today's guest, however, says....
Loss triggers all kinds of grief reactions...
whatsyourgrief.com Raise your hand if David Bowie's death hit you harder than you expected. Okay, I can't see you; you can't
As the Holiday season draws nearer, for those who have just recently lost loved ones, or for those who continue to move forward years later, I share this piece I wrote a few years ago... The Holidays are love. And love never dies.
opentohope.com I didn’t have a whole lot of experience with grief before my son, David, died 7 years ago. Since then my grief journey has taught me about myself, my family, and that grief is an individual journey we all have to travel at some point in our lives. Of course, the holidays, a time of joy and happine...
Healing Improv's founder Bart has one of his pieces included in the current Autumn/Winter Issue of The Compassionate Friends quarterly publication (page 18). A great organization and resource for families unfortunate enough to be suffering the death of a child of any age.
compassionatefriends.org Use the chapter locator to find out information about chapters in your area. Locate a Chapter by selecting your state and zip code.
This is an incredibly powerful thing for us all to hear, but especially if you have been newly thrust into a grief journey. These are two men who know profound loss. Their perspective of survival is honest, truthful, and so incredibly hopeful.
huffpost.com The "Late Show" host opens up about what it means to suffer and what benefit we get from it.
With Comedy Improv Grief Workshops we help people struggling with grief find a road forward, and help people give themselves permission to laugh again and find joy.
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