#066 - Dealing With Death (Julia Samuel MBE)

10.07.2018 - By Renegade Ape - Psychology, Philosophy, and the Overton Wasteland

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Julia Samuel MBE joins us to discuss her work as a grief counsellor and how encountering death so frequently affects her own mental health, why death is such a taboo subject and the price we pay for this, whether it’s justified to classify prolonged grief as a mental illness, and we also explore some of the most and least helpful ways to deal with the death of a loved one.

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