Episode 5: Why Grieve?

In episode 5, Aimee and LaUra dive into their definition of grief and reflect on its importance for establishing individual resilience. This episode is inspired by a question from Chelsie, a listener in New York. If you like what you’re hearing and want to support our work, please consider becoming…

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Episode 4: How Personal Grief Shapes Activism

In this episode, Aimee and LaUra share some tools they use to re-engage in activism when the despair seems suffocating. The question was prompted from a listener, Brooke. They explore what activism means, a correlation between mental health issues and activism, and what they’ve learned about the importance of tending…

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This is the start of a revolution.

I’m writing this hours before before a dog I love will be put to sleep. He’s not my dog – he’s my older sister’s. I love him regardless of ownership. My niece-phews will miss him and sobbed on the phone with me last night. Grief can be so heartbreaking. This,…

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5 Tips To Uncover Truth In A Post Truth World

With the abundance of information flying around each moment, how are we to know what’s true and what information is being bent for someone else’s agenda? Who can we trust when it’s been proven that Exxon and Shell knew about climate change decades ago and engaged in a campaign to…

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Step 7: Take Breaks & Rest When You Need To

Good Evening Grievers, I’ll recap our Step 7 – but first, some updates. 1) Victoria, Aimee, & I are headed to California for the Ecopsychology Conference. There’s still room in the car to travel with us – do you want to come? It’s this next weekend and will be amazing,…

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Step 6: Show Up

Below is a recap of Step 6: Showing Up. But first, a few announcements: 1) Aimee & I have officially booked our tickets for the Ecopsychology conference with Joanna Macy as the keynote. We have room for two other folks in the minivan if you’d like to carpool with us.…

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