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Feb 8, 2024

In this episode, Litsa and Mary chat about what it means to 'befriend grief'. This includes plenty of thoughts about how modern western culture shapes our beliefs about death and grief, with a healthy dose of how we try to counteractive some of the pressures to pathologize grief. 

In this episode, Mary mentions the follow books that have had a big impact on her grief lens:
The Wild Edge of Sorrow
The Smell of Rain on Dust

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