Subtitle Honest conversations about grief and loss

Sally Douglas, Imogen Carn
Price $22.99
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"A comforting support group in book form. A must-read for grievers." - Ellidy Pullin

"A wise guide for anyone who has loved and lost." - Indira Naidoo

Sally Douglas and Imogen Carn met after the sudden deaths of their mothers only months apart. Struck by the lack of resources that spoke about grief in an honest yet uplifting way, they launched the podcast Good Mourning, quickly attracting a following with their fresh take and authentic experience.

One million downloads later, the podcast has become one of the largest grief support communities on Instagram, connecting more than 100K people eager to have honest conversations about life and loss.

Good Mourning is a compassionate survival guide for anyone dealing with grief, including:

  • Real talk about the many ways grief impacts our lives (hello ugly crying, exhaustion and “grief brain”)
  • How to cope with changes in relationships, whether friendships, partners or family members
  • Tips on navigating isolation and loneliness, grief at work, holidays and milestones, and much more
  • Expert advice from clinical psychologist Tamara Cavenett
  • Warm words and insights from hundreds of fellow grievers

Whether you're one month in or ten years down the track, Good Mourning will help you make sense of life after loss — and know that you're not alone.

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Format Trade Paperback 304 Pages
ISBN 9781922616319
Size6.02 in x 9.21 in / 152.91 mm x 233.93 mm
Published Date May 2nd, 2023
Sally Douglas
Sally Douglas and Imogen Carn are co-hosts of the podcast Good Mourning, with more than 1 million downloads, and creators of the Instagram grief support community @goodmourningpodcast. They have been featured in Marie Claire, Women’s Health, The Daily Telegraph and elsewhere. In addition to their work on Good Mourning, Sally is a life coach and senior communications consultant and Im has worked on some of Australia's leading reality television shows as well as caring for her four-year-old daughter.
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