We take a close look at the untruths we tell and how they affect us individually, and as a society.
The Latest in Tuesday People
In honor of our 30th episode, we wanted to celebrate YOU, the listener, by letting you pick the topics for our show today!
On this episode of the Tuesday People podcast, Mitch Albom and producer Lisa Goich celebrate mothers everywhere – their love, their hard work and their memory.
Hear how death doula Jill Schock helps people prepare for their final days with grace, dignity and thoughtful guidance, even in these challenging days of COVID-19.
We can’t forget that what we do not only affects our neighbors, our county, or our state, but in many cases, affects our world as a whole.
Dr. Amen discusses how to manage stress and anxiety in the shadow of COVID-19, how to feel okay about what you’re not doing and focus on how to make what you can do work for you, and how to use this time of quarantine to enrich your own mental health and well-being.
Matt Mauser speaks with us about losing his wife in the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant and 8 others.
With Nora Menkin, Executive Director of the People’s Memorial Association, we discuss how social distancing and the prohibiting of public gatherings has affected the funeral industry and, in turn, how people are able to grieve. We’ll learn new ways of memorializing our loved ones and what you can expect as we all adjust to this new way of living – and dying.
Learn from how Morrie dealt with his own ever-shrinking world, due to ALS, and how you can apply his wisdom behind your own closed doors. We could have never imagined the challenges that have come our way over the past few weeks, but we can manage to get through them by thinking bigger as our world gets smaller.