October 20, 2022

EP. 133 — Holding And Understanding Grief with Megan Devine

Psychotherapist and author Megan Devine joins Jameela this week to discuss what grief is, how it can affect us physically, what we can say to those in our lives who are grieving, and how we can actually help, and then wrap things up by answering your questions about grief and healing.

Check out Megan’s podcast –Here After with Megan Devine – Wherever you get your podcasts

You can get Megan’s book – It’s Okay That You’re Not Okay – wherever books are sold.

You can follow Megan on Instagram & Twitter @refugeingrief


IWEIGH-133-20221020-MeganDevine-ACv01-DYN.mp3 Jameela [00:00:00] Hello and welcome to another episode of I Weigh with Jameela Jamil. The podcast against shame. I hope you’re well and I’m really excited for you to listen to today’s episode. It’s one of my standout all time faves and an episode I really needed because it’s about a subject that I really don’t know about or really understand beyond a kind of cerebral level. And I have a strong feeling that you need this too considering how overwhelming the amount of questions that came in when I put the word out to you that I was going to do a podcast episode on the subject of grief, and I asked you for your questions and you sent in not just so many questions, but so many such thoughtful, thought provoking questions. Such deep and profound questions and things that I would never have thought to have asked. And so thank you. I should put the word out to you guys more often. You’re brilliant. And it

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