• Dr Amir Khan

    11 LUG 2023 · In the final episode of Grief Kind series two, Clover Stroud and GP Dr Amir Khan delve into Dr Khan’s experience of grief following the loss of his father Farouk from heart disease, a decade after his initial diagnosis. Dr Khan was just 26 years old at the time and had been living away from home to study medicine. Dr Khan discusses how Muslim traditions, and his South Asian background impacted him and his family’s experience of grief in both positive and negative ways – from having to become the man of the house and arrange a funeral within days of his father’s passing, to having a constant flow of visitors offering support in the days and weeks that followed his dad’s death. Dr. Khan also reflects on the loss of not only his father, but also the potential for a closer relationship that never had the chance to develop. He talks about the "what-ifs" and longing for a deeper connection with his father. Dr Khan now supports bereaved patients at his GP surgery and his advice would be to ask those grieving how they're feeling, how they're coping, what you can do to help. For more information on how to help grieving friends and relatives, visit sueryder.org/griefkindpodcast.
    33 min. 45 sec.
  • Lottie Tomlinson

    27 GIU 2023 · In the latest episode of Grief Kind, Influencer and Entrepreneur Lottie Tomlinson talks to Clover about two significant losses in her life – her mum Johanna, who passed away from leukaemia when Lottie was just 18 years old, and her younger sister Felicity (Fiz) who died suddenly at the age of 18, just three years after their mum passed away. Lottie talks about the impact grief has had on her life and how seeking bereavement counselling following her sister’s death helped her process her grief, alongside leaning on her family and friends for support. Lottie acknowledges how hard it can be to talk to someone who has experienced a bereavement but urges people to support loved ones through grief by bringing up the topic in case that person would like to open up about how they’re feeling. For more information on how to help grieving friends and relatives, visit sueryder.org/griefkindpodcast.
    44 min. 38 sec.
  • Richard Arnold

    13 GIU 2023 · In the first instalment of the second series of Grief Kind, Clover Stroud talks to Richard Arnold about his experience of grief following the unexpected loss of his father Dave, who passed away in his sleep in 2016. He recalls the shock and the overwhelming emotions he experienced and discusses the initial stages of grief and how he and his mum continue to support one another. Richard talks fondly about his father and their close bond, describing him as a ‘Cockney boy with a twinkle in his eye’, a wicked sense of humour, and a hard worker. Throughout the episode, Richard highlights the importance of support from loved ones during times of bereavement and how important it is to be there for each other. For more information on how to help grieving friends and relatives, visit sueryder.org/griefkindpodcast.
    38 min. 59 sec.
  • Pearl Lowe

    7 NOV 2021 · In the latest episode of Grief Kind, Clover Stroud and fashion and textiles designer Pearl Lowe delve into Pearl’s experience of grief after her dad Eddie died of a heart attack, shortly after being diagnosed with lung cancer. Along with memories of her father - from encounters with Dame Barbara Windsor to his days as a mascot for The Krays - Pearl discusses the huge void Eddie left behind and how she navigated grief with the support of her husband, Supergrass drummer, Danny Goffey. Pearl recalls the numbness which followed Eddie’s sudden death, and why, when grieving all she really wanted was for people to “bother” her. For more information on how to help grieving friends and relatives, visit sueryder.org/griefkindpodcast.
    33 min. 46 sec.
  • Candice Brathwaite

    24 OTT 2021 · In this episode of Grief Kind, Clover Stroud is joined by TV presenter and founder of Make Motherhood Diverse, Candice Brathwaite. Candice’s dad, Richard, died suddenly of the common flu when she was just 21. She didn’t get to say goodbye, something she still struggles with today. Straight-talking Candice opens up about the anger and isolation she felt in grief and how her friends didn’t know how to help her, as they’d never lost anyone, let alone a parent. Clover and Candice talk tough conversations, family feuds and “drinking brandy on the floor,” while Candice shares her perspective on the black community’s stiff upper lip when it comes to grief. For more information on how to help grieving friends and relatives, visit sueryder.org/griefkindpodcast.
    34 min. 50 sec.
  • Lisa Riley

    10 OTT 2021 · In the first instalment of Grief Kind, Clover Stroud speaks to BAFTA-winning actress and television presenter Lisa Riley about her mum, Cath, who died in Lisa’s arms from pancreatic cancer. Amongst anecdotes of lemon curd and Strictly Come Dancing, Lisa reveals how she coped with the death of her mum – who she describes as “the oxygen of the room” - but still misses her daily. When it comes to grief, Lisa questions whether time is a healer and shares her insight into the best thing a friend can do to help a loved one through a bereavement. For more information on how to help grieving friends and relatives, visit sueryder.org/griefkindpodcast.
    35 min. 36 sec.
  • This is Grief Kind

    26 SET 2021 · Grief is one of life’s toughest challenges. So why, when a loved one is grieving, are we so scared of getting it wrong that often we do nothing? With host Clover Stroud, Grief Kind shares the stories of people who have experienced bereavement first-hand, offering a supportive voice to those who are grieving and giving others the knowledge and confidence to support friends and family through a bereavement. This podcast by the UK’s leading bereavement charity Sue Ryder encourages open conversations about grief, to create a society where tough things get talked about and no one goes through loss alone. For information on how to help grieving friends and relatives, visit sueryder.org/griefkindpodcast.
    1 min. 53 sec.

Grief is one of life’s toughest challenges. So why, when a loved one is grieving, are we so scared of getting it wrong that often we do nothing? With host...

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Grief is one of life’s toughest challenges. So why, when a loved one is grieving, are we so scared of getting it wrong that often we do nothing?

With host Clover Stroud, Grief Kind shares the stories of people who have experienced bereavement first-hand, offering a supportive voice to those who are grieving and giving others the knowledge and confidence to support friends and family through a bereavement.

This podcast by the UK’s leading bereavement charity Sue Ryder encourages open conversations about grief, to create a society where tough things get talked about and no one goes through loss alone.

For information on how to help grieving friends and relatives, visit sueryder.org/griefkindpodcast.
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