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Grief is the New Normal Podcast: Episode #12 Unseen Loss: Grieving miscarriage and fertility challenges

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Navigating the Grief of Fertility Challenges and Child Loss

*Trigger warning as this episode discusses miscarriage, stillbirth and fertility challenges.

In this episode of 'Grief is the New Normal,' Dr. Heather Taylor delves into the complexities of grief related to fertility challenges and the loss of a child through miscarriage, stillbirth, and early infant loss. Honoring Maternal Mental Health Month, she highlights the emotional impact of societal questions and language, urging for greater empathy and understanding. Dr. Taylor provides insights into coping mechanisms, the significance of recognizing and validating these unique grief experiences, and stresses the importance of self-care and seeking support. The episode strives to break the silence and stigma surrounding these painful losses, fostering a community of shared experiences and support.

I'm Dr. Heather Taylor, a licensed psychologist in Washington state. I've been practicing grief therapy since 2012 and am passionate about changing the narrative of grief in our current cultural climate. Grief is a universal lived experience and as such needs to be something we talk about without the taboo attached. I hope you'll join me as we work to adjust to the new normal we are living in and support one another in that process.

https://www.griefisthenewnormal.com

hello@griefisthenewnormal.com

themourningmovement@gmail.com

psychologist and grief specialist, delves into the topic of the spectrum of grief. She explains the differences between emotive and instrumental grief and emphasizes that neither form is better or worse than the other. Dr. Taylor discusses how grief can vary within family systems, the impact of developmental age, gender, personality, and even daily conditions on how individuals experience and express grief. She stresses the importance of finding a balance between grief work and restorative work and giving oneself permission to grieve in a way that feels right for them. This episode serves as the conclusion to a four-part series aimed at helping listeners understand basic grief concepts.

I'm Dr. Heather Taylor, a licensed psychologist in Washington state. I've been practicing grief therapy since 2012 and am passionate about changing the narrative of grief in our current cultural climate. Grief is a universal lived experience and as such needs to be something we talk about without the taboo attached. I hope you'll join me as we work to adjust to the new normal we are living in and support one another in that process.

https://www.griefisthenewnormal.com

Opening Music by The Dadicorns

Copyright 2024 Grief is the New Normal: A podcast with Dr. Heather Taylor

All Rights Reserved.

This podcast is meant for educational and entertainment purposes only. The information discussed in this podcast is not a replacement or substitute for therapy.

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Sisällön tarjoaa Dr. Heather Taylor, PsyD, Psychologist and Dr. Heather Taylor. Dr. Heather Taylor, PsyD, Psychologist and Dr. Heather Taylor tai sen podcast-alustan kumppani lataa ja toimittaa kaiken podcast-sisällön, mukaan lukien jaksot, grafiikat ja podcast-kuvaukset. Jos uskot jonkun käyttävän tekijänoikeudella suojattua teostasi ilman lupaasi, voit seurata tässä https://fi.player.fm/legal kuvattua prosessia.

Navigating the Grief of Fertility Challenges and Child Loss

*Trigger warning as this episode discusses miscarriage, stillbirth and fertility challenges.

In this episode of 'Grief is the New Normal,' Dr. Heather Taylor delves into the complexities of grief related to fertility challenges and the loss of a child through miscarriage, stillbirth, and early infant loss. Honoring Maternal Mental Health Month, she highlights the emotional impact of societal questions and language, urging for greater empathy and understanding. Dr. Taylor provides insights into coping mechanisms, the significance of recognizing and validating these unique grief experiences, and stresses the importance of self-care and seeking support. The episode strives to break the silence and stigma surrounding these painful losses, fostering a community of shared experiences and support.

I'm Dr. Heather Taylor, a licensed psychologist in Washington state. I've been practicing grief therapy since 2012 and am passionate about changing the narrative of grief in our current cultural climate. Grief is a universal lived experience and as such needs to be something we talk about without the taboo attached. I hope you'll join me as we work to adjust to the new normal we are living in and support one another in that process.

https://www.griefisthenewnormal.com

hello@griefisthenewnormal.com

themourningmovement@gmail.com

psychologist and grief specialist, delves into the topic of the spectrum of grief. She explains the differences between emotive and instrumental grief and emphasizes that neither form is better or worse than the other. Dr. Taylor discusses how grief can vary within family systems, the impact of developmental age, gender, personality, and even daily conditions on how individuals experience and express grief. She stresses the importance of finding a balance between grief work and restorative work and giving oneself permission to grieve in a way that feels right for them. This episode serves as the conclusion to a four-part series aimed at helping listeners understand basic grief concepts.

I'm Dr. Heather Taylor, a licensed psychologist in Washington state. I've been practicing grief therapy since 2012 and am passionate about changing the narrative of grief in our current cultural climate. Grief is a universal lived experience and as such needs to be something we talk about without the taboo attached. I hope you'll join me as we work to adjust to the new normal we are living in and support one another in that process.

https://www.griefisthenewnormal.com

Opening Music by The Dadicorns

Copyright 2024 Grief is the New Normal: A podcast with Dr. Heather Taylor

All Rights Reserved.

This podcast is meant for educational and entertainment purposes only. The information discussed in this podcast is not a replacement or substitute for therapy.

  continue reading

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