We are incredibly excited to start a new initiative this year: podcasting! We expect this to grow a lot in 2021. If you want to be on the show, please send an email to email@example.com. Also get our podcast on Spotify. Apple iTunes and Google Podcasts coming soon!
Episode #15 – Real Talk on Cultural Identity & Early Pregnancy Loss
This week, Aditi and Danyelle welcome Rebecca Foshole-Luke to the podcast. Rebecca is a forensic social worker who works with parents/guardians providing advocacy, education, and support as they navigate the child welfare legal system. She hopes that s
Episode #14 – Real Talk about Termination with Cait Reynolds
This week, Aditi and Danyelle welcome Cait Reynolds to the Beyond the Loss podcast. Cait (she/her) is a Political Science graduate and dog mom. She is passionate about social justice and policy reform for disenfranchised and overlooked groups, and is p
Episode #13 – Real Talk About Pregnancy After Loss
March is Pregnancy After Loss Awareness Month and this episode Aditi and Danyelle share their own experiences with pregnancy after loss. They talk about their expectations, their regrets, what they wish they knew and provide tips for anyone in the same
Episode #12 – Real Talk About Life and Loss with Parijat Desh
This week, Aditi and Danyelle (www.pilsc.org) are proud to welcome Parijat Deshpande to the Beyond the Loss podcast. Parijat is a clinical therapist, an author, an advocate and a high-risk pregnancy specialist. Her book Pregnancy Brain: A Mind-Body App
Episode #11 – Grieving with Partners
Join Aditi and Danyelle as they share their experiences of pregnancy after loss. These are Aditi and Danyelle’s personal stories and experiences. The Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support Centre supports all stories and experiences of loss. Visit us at PIL
Episode #9 – The Difference Between Self Care & Self Preservation
Join Aditi and Danyelle as the discuss self care after loss, how its been commodified for consumers and the difference between self preservation and self care. Self care is beneficial, but not always attainable along the journey after loss, listen to l
Episode #8 – Aditi and Danyelle’s Journey through Grief over the Holidays
Join Aditi and Danyelle as they reflect on how they have grieved over the holidays since their losses, how Covid is impacting the holiday season this year, and their coping strategies that help them grieve over the holidays.
Episode #7 – The Beginning of the Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support Centre
Join Aditi Loveridge and Danyelle Kaluski as they discuss what lead them both to create and join the Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support Centre located in Calgary, Alberta. To access supports from the Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support Centre, please
Episode #6 – A Partner’s Journey with Steph Pineo
Join host Aditi Loveridge as she talks with Steph Pineo who shares about the losses she and her same-sex partner experienced in their journey to expand their family, the differences in how they were both supported after loss, what their grief process w
Episode #5 – I had a Miscarriage with Jessica Zucker
Join host Aditi Loveridge as she talks with mental health practitioner Jessica Zucker about her soon to be released book, I HAD A MISCARRIAGE: A Memoir, A Movement, her #IHadaMiscarriage campaign, and about her own personal loss and how her work was fo
Episode #4 – Courage to Try Again with Melissa Sulley
Join host Aditi Loveridge as she talks with Melissa Sulley, about her journey of loss and how she found the courage to try again. Melissa shares how grief has changed her, how she has helped her children navigate through the grieving process, and how s
Episode #3 – Honoring Their Memory with Amen Dhaliwal
Join host Aditi Loveridge as she talks with Amen Dhaliwal about her story of personal loss, cultural experience, loss of relationships, and the difficulty of explaining the loss of a child to the surviving sibling, as well as how important it is to hon
Episode #1 – Still here with Alishia Anderson
Join host Aditi Loveridge as she talks with Alishia Anderson about her own personal story of loss, the stages of grief she experienced after her loss, how she handled her grief on the toughest of days, and how she was able to move on past her grief. Ge
Episode #2 – On the Bright Side with Nina-Marie Medunova
Join host Aditi Loveridge and special guest Nina-Marie Medunova who shares how talking about her loss openly was the best way for her to work through the loss, as well as what positive things came out of her loss. Nina-Marie also shares about a five-we
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