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Grief and Connection with Natalie Orozco-Moxley from Sunday Mournings

Season #4

For our final Mental Health Awareness Month episode, I asked Natalie Orozco-Moxley, from Sunday Mournings, to join me for a discussion that isn’t often included with other mental health topics. We live in a grief-avoidant society, and Natalie is working to change the cultural messaging around grief. 

Natalie Orozco-Moxley founded Sunday Mournings, an organization dedicated to transforming the cultural perceptions of grief. Natalie's journey with loss began at the age of four with the death of her father due to addiction and continued with the loss of her mother at fifteen. By the age of 23, she had lost her entire family.

Driven by her purpose to challenge our grief-avoidant culture, Natalie created Sunday Mournings. Her experience includes personal therapy, somatic practices, rituals, and work with Hospice of the Valley.

Sunday Mournings aims to foster authentic connections and conversations through meaningful gifts that nurture the mind, body, and soul. It is a sanctuary for love and loss, a place that honors pain and reminds us of the enduring presence of love.

Don't skip this episode. It's a beautiful conversation that will be helpful for your own life and the lives of those around you. 

Join us to learn more about:

  • Natalie's story of loss
  • Why we have a grief-avoidant society
  • Unnamed examples of grief
  • Ways to work through grief
  • What to say and do when someone is grieving
  • Why you should skip sending flowers to someone after a loss

Connect with Brittny:
Instagram: @brittnyking_
Email: [email protected] 

Connect with Natalie:
Instagram: @sundaymournings_
Podcast: Sunday Mournings 
Freebies: Sunday Mourning Freebies 
Email: [email protected]