My Warm Table ... with Sonia

Grief (Part 2) with Lionheart Shelly Skinner and Lauren Breen

June 14, 2023 Sonia Nolan Season 2 Episode 4
My Warm Table ... with Sonia
Grief (Part 2) with Lionheart Shelly Skinner and Lauren Breen
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Show Notes

PART 2 of our warm table conversation on GRIEF with local bereavement organisation Lionheart Camp for Kids CEO Shelly Skinner and Board Member Professor Lauren Breen.

PASSION:  Building a community where grief is seen as a healthy and positive response to death and life challenges.
PURPOSE: Empowering bereaved children and families to navigate their grief journey through education, peer-support, strength-building and resilience through Lionheart Camps for Kids (a not-for-profit organisation).

We cover:
Sibling grief
What healthy grief is and isn't
What is regriefing?
The importance of funerals and the conversations we should have before death
Physiological symptoms of grief
Myths of grief
What happens on Lionheart camps
The Lionheart Song

"You might never experience true love, but you will experience grief." - Professor Lauren Breen at her TedX Talk

You can donate to Lionheart to support this important work.

Lionheart Song Credits:
Music and lyrics by Oscar Thomas and Christian Barratt
Produced by Christian Barratt
Performed by Christian Barratt and the 2019 Lionheart Kids Chorus

Warm thanks to:
Sponsor: Females Over Forty-five Fitness in Victoria Park
Sound Engineering: Damon Sutton
Music: William A Spence
... and all our generous and inspiring guests around the warm table this season!

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