After going through a divorce, Steph Sarazin discovered the unique pain of ‘ambiguous grief’ - when you grieve something or somebody who is still there, just not as you knew it. Steph has spoken to hundreds of people about their experience of ambiguous grief - from people whose partners went to jail, to loved ones with Alzheimer's, to addictions. In this chat she shared with me the unique qualities of ambiguous grief, how we can learn to acknowledge it better as a society, and why hope can sometimes be really hard.
Steph's book is called Soul Broken, and you can follow more of her work at https://stephaniesarazin.com/
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