We pack a lot into this tiny episode. Annabelle and Laura talk disenfranchised grief this week, inspired by an article journalist Tara Parker-Pope wrote in the New York Times. The term “disenfranchised grief” refers to grief that isn’t usually acknowledged, which can be anything from not being able to attend a graduation ceremony, to having to skip an annual trip.
In addition, we’ll hear from a new listener who owes her victory to hearing our episode on the color yellow.
Plus, a Bill Maher cameo. Kind of.
Things You Should Stop Worrying About This Week
Do YOU have a tiny victory to share?
Call the Tiny Victories Hotline: (323) 285-1675
We want folks to share their tiny victories on our hotline because, frankly, we’ll assume we’re just talking into the void every week and nothing matters. Prove us wrong. Did you finally do that thing you were putting off? Tiny victory! Reconnect with someone you haven’t been in touch with for ages? Victory! We only ask that you try to keep messages to under a minute so we’re able to play it on the show.
If you prefer, you can record a tiny victory on your phone and then email us the audio.
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@Swish (producer Laura Swisher)
About the show
Tiny Victories is the 15 minute podcast that pushes back on the notion that you have to “go big” or “go home”. Sometimes just going is the victory. Each week, hosts Annabelle Gurwitch and Laura House invite listeners to adopt a TINY victory frame of mind, and share tales of fleeting joys and minor accomplishments in this majorly messed-up world.
What’s your Tiny Victory? Annabelle and Laura invite audience members to share stories on the Tiny Victories Hotline. To send in your Tiny Victory, call (323) 285-1675 or record a voice memo of your victory and email the file to email@example.com.
Logo by Blake Newton.
How to listen
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