A Living Loss

A Living Loss

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Welcome to a Living Loss – the brand new podcast series all about the art of losing and finding yourself hosted by author and psychotherapist, Julia Samuel.

 

So what is a living loss?

 

It’s the feeling of grief we get when an abrupt change happens in our lives that we have little to no control over… losing a job, breaking up with a partner or staying at home due to a Global pandemic… sounds familiar?

 

In this podcast series, Julia and her wonderful guests discuss the losses they have experienced throughout their lives from the first one they can remember to the one that changed everything.


Join Julia each week as her guests share the experiences, fears and confusions we all experience during change.

 

 


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Episodes

Rahul Jandial

Dr Rahul Jandial joins Julia for the final episode of A Living Loss. As a brain surgeon he has seen people at their most vulnerable and he speaks with such openness about the losses he has experienced. Julia and Rahul discuss the experience of moving countries, the loss of relationships and the empathy he has learnt from his patients. It’s a thought-provoking conversation with moments of total rawness. Discussed in the episode: This Too Shall Pass by Julia Samuel, out now, https://www.amazon.co.uk/This-Too-Shall-Pass-Beginnings/dp/0241348870 Grief Works by Julia Samuel, out now, https://www.amazon.co.uk/Grief-Works-Stories-Death-Surviving/dp/0241270774 Life on a Knife's Edge, by Dr Rahul Jandial, out on 3rd June, https://www.amazon.co.uk/Life-Knifes-Edge-Surgeons-Reflections/dp/0241461820  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/05/2159m 51s

Edith Eger

Dr Edith Eger joins Julia for episode five of A Living Loss.As a holocaust survivor she has known loss more than most and talks so openly about her experiences in this conversationJulia and Edith discuss the experience of Auschwitz, the racism she continues to experience and why you should never stop fighting.Its a thought provoking conversation with moments of laughter and at times, sadness.If you find any of the subjects in this episode difficult, these links below may provide you with support:jewishcare.org/how-we-can-help-you/services/holocaust-survivors-and-refugeebacp.co.ukUKCP.co.ukmind.org.uk See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/04/211h 2m

Johann Hari

Julia is joined by author Johann Hari for episode four of A Living Loss. In this episode Julia and Johann talk about the heartache of first love, dealing with depression, witnessing addiction at a young age and coping with a family member with Dementia. If any of the issues brought up by this interview affected you do find support in the following places:mind.co.ukdementiauk.orgbacp.co.uksamaritans.org See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/04/211h 8m

Tom Bradby

For episode three of A Living Loss Julia is joined by Tom Bradby.Journalist and novelist who currently presents the News at 10 on ITV.In this episode Julia and Tom talk about being an only child, the benefits of a breakdown and dealing with death.If any of the issues brought up by this interview affected you do find support in the following places:Find a therapist for counselling and psychotherapy at the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy www.bacp.co.ukSANDS support for Stillbirth and Neonatal Deaths www.sands.org.ukCruse Bereavement Care for voluntary bereavement support www.cruse.org.uk See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/04/211h 11m

Adwoa Aboah

Adwoa Aboah joins Julia for the second episode of A Living Loss.Adwoa is a British model, activist and thought leader, who's podcast Gurl's Talk aims to de-stigmatise the discussion around mental health.In this episode Julia and Adwoa discuss knowing yourself, Black Lives Matter and addiction.Its a beautifully open conversation with moments of reflection and relief. Trigger warning, this episode discusses the topic of suicide, ff you find any of the subjects in this episode difficult, these links below may provide you with support:papyrus-uk.orgsupportaftersuicide.org.uksupportline.org.uk/problems/suicide uksobs.orgsuicidepreventionlifeline.orgtask-uk.org nspa.org.ukSamaritans.orgMind.org.ukCharlie Waller Trust Adwoa's podcast Gurl's Talk, is available on all podcast streaming platforms.Apple link here: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-gurls-talk-podcast/id1442232925 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/04/211h 11m

Elizabeth Day

Elizabeth Day joins Julia for the first episode of A Living Loss.They discuss the human desire for truth, the constant pursuit of perfection and childlessness.Its a wonderfully honest conversation with moments of laughter and at times, sadness.If you find any of the subjects in this episode difficult, these links below may provide you with support:https://www.miscarriageassociation.org.uk/https://www.mind.org.uk/https://fertilitynetworkuk.org/https://gateway-women.com/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
31/03/211h 9m

Trailer

Welcome to a Living Loss – the brand new podcast series all about the art of losing and finding yourself hosted by author and psychotherapist, Julia Samuel. So what is a living loss? It’s the feeling of grief we get when an abrupt change happens in our lives that we have little to no control over… losing a job, breaking up with a partner or staying at home due to a Global pandemic… sounds familiar? In this podcast series, Julia and her wonderful guests discuss the losses they have experienced throughout their lives from the first one they can remember to the one that changed everything. With the right tools, we can be incredibly resilient.Join Julia each week for this podcast series as her guests shares the experiences, fears and confusions we all experience during change. The first episode of Season 1 will be released on the 31st of March, to make sure you don’t miss it, subscribe for free now….honestly you wont want to miss it…  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/03/212m 15s
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