A Living Loss

Edith Eger

from A Living Loss | Published 4/28/2021

Dr Edith Eger joins Julia for episode five of A Living Loss.As a holocaust survivor she has known loss more than most and talks so openly about her experiences in this conversationJulia and Edith discuss the experience of Auschwitz, the racism she continues to experience and why you should never stop fighting.Its a thought provoking conversation with moments of laughter and at times, sadness.If you find any of the subjects in this episode difficult, these links below may provide you with support:jewishcare.org/how-we-can-help-you/services/holocaust-survivors-and-refugeebacp.co.ukUKCP.co.ukmind.org.uk See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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Welcome to a Living Loss – the brand new podcast series all about the art of losing and finding yourself hosted by author and psychotherapist, Julia Samuel. So what is a living loss? It’s the feeling of grief we get when an abrupt change happens in our lives that we have little to no control over… losing a job, breaking up with a partner or staying at home due to a Global pandemic… sounds familiar? In this podcast series, Julia and her wonderful guests discuss the losses they have experienced throughout their lives from the first one they can remember to the one that changed everything.Join Julia each week as her guests share the experiences, fears and confusions we all experience during change.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.