What happens to our bodies when we die? Is there any proof that our loved ones can visit us after they pass? Do you ever really 'get over' the loss of a loved one? These are just a few of the questions that are answered in this iHeartPodcast Network series. Follow Kyle McMahon as he works through the loss of his mother from pancreatic cancer, traveling across the country talking with subject matter experts covering grieving, loss, spiritualism, the afterlife, death rituals and other aspects of death, grief, and mourning, bringing you insight and advice to help manage the unimaginable. It’s coming for all of us whether we acknowledge it or not, so you’re cordially invited to join Kyle as he explores death, grief and other sh*t we don’t discuss. ---- Get resources & handouts at www.DeathAndGrief.Show
In the first episode of Death, Grief And Other Shit We Don't Discuss, Kyle McMahon tells the story of receiving his mother Joanne's pancreatic cancer diagnosis, how he and his family handled it and how it changed their lives forever.
Then, Kyle talks with Dr. Nicole Duffy, a health psychologist at ChristianaCare's Helen F. Graham Cancer Center & Research Institute, about healthy ways to deal with a life-threatening d...
In Episode 2 of Death, Grief & Other Sh*t We Don't Discuss, Kyle McMahon tells the story of his family receiving the news that his Mom's pancreatic cancer had become terminal, what that meant for their family and how they handled it.
Then, Kyle talks with Dr Gregory Masters, a medical oncologist at the Helen F. Graham Cancer Center & Research Institute at ChristianaCare, about what an oncologist does, how he is able ...
In episode 3 of Death, Grief and Other Sh*t We Don't Discuss, Kyle discusses when he realized the end was nearing, what happened in his Mom's final days and how he almost didn't make it through.
Then, Kyle talks with Dr. Jan Holden, President of the International Association for Near-Death Studies, and retired Professor Emerita of Counseling at University of North Texas (UNT). They discuss what near-death experiences are...
In a super sized episode 4 of Death, Grief and Other Sh*t We Don't Discuss, Kyle McMahon discusses the final hours and moments with his Mom before pancreatic cancer took her life.
Then, Kyle talks with Dr. John Goodill, Chief for the section of Hospice and Palliative Medicine in Department of Medicine at ChristianaCare, about what Palliative and Hospice care are, their differences, what to ask for yourself or a loved one and mor...
In episode 5 of Death, Grief and Other Sh*t We Don't Discuss, Kyle McMahon discusses the immediate hours and days after his Mom passed.
Then, Kyle talks with Dr. Kenneth J. Doka, Senior Vice-President for Grief Programs for the Hospice Foundation of America and best selling author of books such as Grief Is a Journey: Finding your Pathway through Loss. They discuss what are some helpful things to do in the immediate aftermath o...
In this bonus episode of Kyle McMahon's Death, Grief & Other Sh*t We Don't Discuss, Kyle thanks you for making the first five episodes of this series such a success. Plus, get information on the vast resources he's curated for each episode, to help you on your own grief journey.
And by popular demand, hear the full version of Kyle's 'Wayfaring Stranger (Joanne)', produced by Dave Cassese and Kyle McMahon....
Next week on Death, Grief and Other Sh*t We Don't Discuss, we return to dive into Death Rituals, Funerals and Viewings and the history behind why we do the strange things we do when it comes to losing the ones we love.
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