Heads up: today, we’re talking about a tough but important topic.
On today’s On Your Terms podcast episode, we have Gina Moffa, a licensed psychotherapist, mental health educator, and media consultant in New York City, joining us to talk about grief.
Gina has worked with everyone from Holocaust survivors to those who have experienced substance abuse and has most recently written a book called Moving On Doesn’t Mean Letting Go: A Modern Guide to Navigating Loss (more on that in the episode!).
Today, Gina has so graciously carved out time to help us not only navigate grief but also teach us how to support those in our lives who are experiencing it.
Even if you feel like you haven’t directly experienced grief, hang in there because Gina might show you that that’s not exactly true.
And if you’ve been around the last year or so, you know how near and dear this topic is to my heart as I’ve been navigating my own grief journey through the loss of both of my parents.
I honestly wish I had learned more about grief before I went through it because it would have:
➡️ helped me have more grace for my grieving process
➡️ helped me better support others in their grief journey
At the end of the episode, Gina answers the questions you submitted via my IG story on grief (they’re so good), and I share my top 3 takeaways from the conversation.
If this topic is tugging at your heartstrings, you can listen to my interview with Gina on Apple, Spotify, or directly on my podcast page.
As always, please send me a DM on Instagram after you listen, and let me know your biggest takeaway from the episode, too.