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Most people don't learn about death until they have to. Brooke's father was diagnosed with cancer and was in hospice six months later. Through this podcast Brooke is building the resource she couldn't find when she was looking for comfort. The goal of this podcast is to better equip us to talk about grief, death, and loss by exposing people to different stories about loss and providing practical advice that relates to end-of-life. Note that you don't need to listen to the episodes in order. ...
 
The Man Who Would Be King tells the story of two British adventurers in British India who become kings of Kafiristan, a remote part of Afghanistan. It was inspired by the exploits of James Brooke, an Englishman who became the "white Raja" of Sarawak in Borneo, and by the travels of American adventurer Josiah Harlan, who claimed the title Prince of Ghor. The story was first published in The Phantom Rickshaw and other Tales (Volume Five of the Indian Railway Library, published by A H Wheeler & ...
 
It's not always easy running a massage business when you need to balance client time against "on the business" needs. In this podcast you'll hear stories from successful massage therapists that have been there before you... and a bunch of free tips and tactics for marketing, advertising, systems, mindset and growth of your massage practice so you can really thrive!
 
For many performers, their biggest fears is that people will find the creative writing they produced when they were younger. Early poetry, short stories, song lyrics, scripts and more shouldn't stay hidden in shoe boxes in our parents' house or in password protected folders on our laptops. It’s time we monetised that shame and gave those pieces the public outing our 15 year old selves would’ve wanted. Each week a guest brings something they wrote in their adolescence to be discussed and co-a ...
 
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Believe it or not, before becoming a massage therapist Brooke Allen was a DJ, audio engineer, and corporate finance banker. His journey of discovery lead him to begin bodywork after training in martial arts throughout Asia, so it's not surprising that his practice integrates massage and Eastern therapies. Being at the connection of these different …
 
In this episode, @meghan.riordan.jarvis joins host @brookeljames for the first of a series of crossover episodes on Dating After Loss. Meghan and Brooke discuss attachment styles, how our vulnerability needs change after a loss, and Brooke shares her experience in dating after losing her dad and how that's evolved over the past two years. griefismy…
 
Karen Robertson is an experienced massage therapist as well as a practitioner and trainer in myofunctional manual lymphatic drainage (Myo-MLD). She has a big passion and heart for this technique itself and for the benefits it has for a wide array of clients. Listen to Karen's story of how she started in massage and then began her work with Myo-MLD,…
 
In this episode, host @BrookeLJames speaks with Amber Jeffrey, founder of @thegriefgang, on Hollywood grief, what it's like to have a podcast in the grief space and setting boundaries around that, and what it's like being considered an expert on grief. www.thegriefcoach.co
 
In this episode, host @brookeljames is joined by @askjulieryan who shares her experience as an energy healer. She talks about the process of what happens to our energy as we die, how to heal our energy while grieving, and how grief makes us face our own mortality. www.askjulieryan.com www.thegriefcoach.co…
 
In this episode host @BrookeLJames speaks with @iambriannabone to discuss how a commitment to vulnerability and mental health helped her move through her grief journey. Brianna is an Australia-based transformation coach and human potential specialist and her experience with loss helped her arrive at this as a career. Brooke and Brianna discuss the …
 
In this episode host, @BrookeLJames is joined by Spiritual Guide @Graciela_Rasor to discuss how our spiritual team advises us, connecting with those you've lost, and how to move grief energy through your body so you can better process it. www.gracielarasor.com www.thegriefcoach.co
 
In this episode host, @BrookeLJames speaks with Author Rachel Engstrom @wifewidownowwhat on her experience in becoming a cancer wife at 28 and a widow at 31. Rachel shares her story and how it motivated her to write a memoir/manual for those going through a loss, how endometriosis and her husband's cancer diagnosis led her to confront fertility opt…
 
Are you having issues with your booking software? Do you need new clinic management software? The software that handles your booking calendar and client data is integral for any health business, and when it's working well it makes it easier for you to manage your business AND simpler for clients to book themselves in. In a recent survey we found a …
 
In this episode @BrookeLJames and guest, Liya Shuster-Bier discuss what it's like to go through a rare cancer diagnosis in your 30s (including missing the time that we think will be the take-off of our career and how to plan for a family pre-treatment), how Liya's medical isolation prepared her for pandemic quarantine life, and how this experience …
 
Dr. Ash Connell is a chiropractor and martial artist who looks at the way that manual therapy works on the nervous system and how that can support amazing changes and transitions our mind - our mindset, the way we think, and our emotions. With decades of experience in martial arts, sports, and chiropractic and manual therapy, he has created a techn…
 
In this episode, the co-founders of AFTR join host @BrookeLJames to discuss how they leveraged technology to bring comfort and allow Beth to participate in a grieving ritual when she could not be there in person due to the pandemic, how the online grief community has been of great comfort, and how they continue to connect with their father after hi…
 
In this episode host @BrookeLJames is joined by trauma and grief informed therapist @Meghan.Riordan.Jarvis to talk about how grief and anxiety effect our brains. Brooke and Meghan talk about how they found resources after a loss, how do you support people you care about who are going through a loss, and what is going in in our brains after a loss. …
 
In this episode, host @BrookeLJames is joined by @ZachWeismann, Founder of Mag Impact Collective, to discuss the difference in expectations between caregivers across genders, how to balance work and caregiving, and societal expectations on male grievers. CW - mention of suicidal ideation thegriefcoach.co www.zachweismann.com Zach's TedX talk - http…
 
In this episode co-founders of @oaktreememorials and @loyalpetmemorials, Miles Adams and Max Lemper-Tabatsky, join host @brookeljames to talk about their experience in shopping for memorials after a loss and very quickly realizing the experience could be improved. Here at The Grief Coach, we think it's very important to examine the industry and sho…
 
Paula Nutting is one of Australia's best known massage trainers and practitioners, having been in the industry for over 30 years and also serving as a board member of Massage and Myotherapy Australia. What you might not know is that Paula began as a nurse and a fitness instructor before transitioning to the global trainer we see now. Listen in as s…
 
In this episode, host @BrookeLJames is joined by Kerry Hoffman (@soverykerry) where she shares the experience of losing her Father to covid in March 2020 and her experience in grieving during quarantine. Kerry shares wonderful advice on how to make space for grief in your life, what she sends people after a loss, and how we can all do better in tal…
 
Author Cynthia Hayes joins @BrookeLJames to share the story of her cancer diagnosis and all the accompanying emotions. We also discuss the difference between being a cancer patient versus being a caregiver and which was harder. thegriefcoach.co thebigordeal.com - and buy Cynthia's Book on Amazon or Bookshop Some of the Organizations Cynthia mention…
 
Christine is known for being an incredible trainer of remedial hot stones and scar tissue work. In this episode, she talks about some of her experiences in her early work life and how she adapted to restarting with a blank slate after moving from across the globe. Listen in as Christine shares stories of how she stumbled on to the beauty of hot sto…
 
In this episode host @BrookeLJames is joined by Author @RochelleBugg whose latest book "Handle WIth Care" explores Rochelle's grief experience of losing her father at 14 to pancreatic cancer and her mother to brain cancer at 25. Rochelle and Brooke discuss Rochelle's experience, what it means to lose both parents, how to talk to others about the gr…
 
In this episode, @doctor.darien joins host @brookeljames to discuss how losing a beloved family member his first year of medical school had a profound impact on how he interacts with patients and families, what it's like for the medical team when a patient does not have advanced directive paperwork, the lasting impact of covid on all of us (and spe…
 
In this episode, host @BrookeLJames is joined by Kelli Chu (@mzchu) who shares her experience of losing mobility after a car accident. Kelli and Brooke discuss what it was like for Kelli to experience an accident in a foreign country, resilience after loss, the perspective they've gained from grief (and if they would give it back or not), and how t…
 
CW: suicide In this episode host @BrookeLJames is joined by Beth Duckles, @BDuckles, who shares how she used writing to make sense of the sudden loss of her mother to a brain aneurysm. Beth and Brooke also discuss how we talk to those who are grieving and how to move through our own grief. thegriefcoach.co bethduckles.com Beth's Writing: The Two Su…
 
In this episode, host @BrookeLJames speaks with Tara Sroka, founder of @BringingDeathIntoLife on how grief evolves as time goes on, how to talk to those going through a loss, how grief helps us find our purpose, and more. www.bringingdeathintolife.com www.thegriefcoach.co
 
In this episode, host @BrookeLJames is joined by Patricia de Piccioto who started the Instagram community @NeshamaJourney in an effort to find people who she shared an experience with after the loss of her mother. Patricia and Brooke discuss how important it is to take the time to work through your feelings, how important movement and creativity ar…
 
CW: Suicide, Abuse, Addicition In this episode, Amy Santee joins host @BrookeLJames to talk about losing her mother to alcoholism. Amy shares what it's like to grieve a parent she did not have a strong relationship with, what it's like to watch someone you love struggle with addiction, how to set boundaries when going through a loss, and how losing…
 
In this episode, host @BrookeLJames is joined by Sean and Renee Dineen to talk about how the loss of Shawn's father showed up in their marriage. Thank you to Sean and Renee for this honest conversation that covers how grief affects the nuclear family, how to model grief for children, and how to shepherd the family towards a new normal after a loss.…
 
In this episode host @brookeljames speaks with @steve_leder on life, love and loss. Steve's fourth book is out from Avery Books today, January 5th. Steve speaks about what being a rabbi taught him about loss, how the loss of his father informed his work as a rabbi, the concept of an ethical will, how we write our own eulogies, and more. The Beauty …
 
In this episode, host @BrookeLJames is joined by @JennWelchNow host of the @LadyHDPod and Founder of @DeadDadTinder where they talk about similarities between grief and ADHD, how to understand feelings of wanting to date after a loss, and how Jenn's time with her father after his cancer diagnosis healed their relationship. www.thegriefcoach.co…
 
Christmas is a magical time of year, which is why our Christmas episode is with certified childhood member of the Bradford magic circle, Nick Mohammed, here to talk us through some of the tricks of his youth. These include starting every word with R, dazzling at 50th birthday parties and a choice gag about a cheese grater. We also hear the outline …
 
In this episode, host @BrookeLJames speaks with Noah James (no relation) co-founder of The Covid Grief Network @covidgrief on how losing a parent prepared them for the discomfort in dealing with a pandemic. They discuss what motivated Noah to start the Covid Grief Network, how to take care of yourself leading up to the holidays, the notion of a gri…
 
When Solange wrote A Seat At The Table, Catherine Bohart related to it, because she was picturing the grown-ups table. Precocious x 1 billion, bard-chat and petition based revenge is how Catherine spent her youth when she wasn’t busy dominating debate club. It’s all very impressive, but the early work is baffling, cryptic madness, frankly. A lot be…
 
Katy Wix had a very weird red nose day one year as a child and this is your chance to hear about it. Honestly, it's wild. She didn't just swing by the EW Zoom for that though, she also brought poems in a plethora of styles, from the jaunty to the dark to the sexually naive. Plus some choice criticism for Rhys's poetry which it's hard to believe has…
 
Fizzing creative genius Sara Pascoe proves it was sort of always like this, as she pops into Early Work mansions to discuss a childhood of Doing Things™, like setting up a bullying line and making everyone sing in assembly or remixing Oliver Twist with her sister. Work-wise we get into some very surprising parody songs, a hard-drive of dread-induci…
 
Hi Early Work fans!Radio X are releasing Season 2 of a podcast we think you’ll enjoy. That’s A First! is hosted by comedians Maisie Adam and Tom Lucy and in each episode they’re joined by a guest who reveals some interesting firsts from their life… and then gets ripped to shreds. In series 1 we heard about the first time Romesh Ranganathan soiled h…
 
Riskiest comic in the biz Jordan Brookes swings by to chat being an obnoxious prankster at school, embracing his stagecoach family roots, and tales passed down from generation to generation to find their way onto this podcast. Spooky ghost stories (and boy are they spooky), some poems (and boy are there some fo them) and a funny joke (ok). Plus the…
 
Author David Richman joins host @BrookeLJames to share his experience in losing his sister and how it motivated him to explore how trauma impacts cancer journeys. In addition to his work as an author and interviewer, David fundraiser for various cancer charities through athletcism. He ran for 24 hours straight to honor his sister and after conducti…
 
The only person evert to cast Rhys off the back of an audition, David Baddiel zooms into Early Work with the hefty anecdote collection you’d expect. School revues that turn you cool and inspire the writing process for one of the most famous songs in British history, plagiarising famous poets and getting away with it, misinterpreting flirtatious gui…
 
Some players dedicate their entire careers to just one club. John Terry, Ledley King, Paolo Maldini. But some Playaz (see 'Don't Hate The Playaz' [ITV2]) spread themselves across 8, 9, even 10 clubs - that goes with the Playa territory. This playa, Amelia Dimoldenberg, was in every club you can imagine existing, and if you can't imagine it existing…
 
What could a self-proclaimed uncreative boarding school attendee like Ivo Graham have to offer the Early Work archive? Well, very on brand tales of finally putting himself out there creatively and getting roundly humiliated, of course. Ivo reads some short stories about monsters killing his friends, a book that's dangerously thrilling, a storm whic…
 
Tw: suicide. In this episode, host @BrookeLJames is joined by Licensed Social Worker and Behavioral Health Therapist Colleen Culley. Colleen's brother died by suicide last year and she shares her story of how her training with mental health impacted her real-life grief experience. www.theculleystrongfoundation.comwww.thegriefcoach.co…
 
Performance levels go up a notch as accidental graduate of RADA and soon to be Hollywood superstar, O.T. Fagbenle, Skypes into Early Work from, you guessed it, Tanzania. From Frank Sinatra style songs for his girlfriend to a one-man-show based on a real exchange with a homeless lady and a barbershop in San Francisco (with professionally trained acc…
 
Early Work is back for a new series, and the work is even EARLIER than before. We kick off with our first American guest, the inimitable comedian and poet Catherine Cohen, who kindly Skyped into the podcast from a porn set at 9am. One of the most equipped Early Work guests of all time as she brings a hench 60 page word document full of angsty teena…
 
Hello podcast listener, Early Work Series 2 is coming Monday 19th October. If you haven't already subscribed then do so now so you don't miss out on forthcoming episodes with the likes of Catherine Cohen, OT Fagbenle, Ivo Graham and more.Whilst you're here make sure to follow Rhys on Instagram and Twitter - @rhysjamesy…
 
In this episode, host @BrookeLJames speaks with Coniah Adebayo, founder of @thehelpfulhabit on what it's like to grow up in a family struck by breast cancer. Coniah shares how losing her mom at age 13 shaped her views on life, what it's like to deal with grief comparison, how premature death in the Black community affects families, and the importan…
 
In this episode host @BrookeLJames is joined by diplomat, attorney, Emmy award-winning journalist, and writer Jennifer Klarman Santiago (@pawsandprose). Jen lost her fiance while serving in the foreign service in Belize, she shares her story of experiencing loss in a place you don't have strong community ties, repatriating a body and planning a fun…
 
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