In this one, I’m talking to Celebrant, Shelley Jackson-Woodall. If you don’t know what a Celebrant does, you’re in for an interesting episode. Shelley shares what loss means to her, and how attending her first humanist ceremony, led her to understanding the diverse ways we can celebrate end of life.
We talk openly about the topic of death and funerals, exploring this “taboo” subject as a first on the podcast. We also discuss grief and her experience of working with families in the early days of bereavement, and Shelley offers some great tips to help you through the immediate loss.
Shelley is passionate about ensuring that the life celebration she writes for loved ones is about them, reflective of their personality and comfortable for their beliefs. Check out her website or her Facebook page.
This is a super special conversation, so tune in and see what you think…