Growing Up with Grief with Nolan Colter

The Science of Grief, produced by WDET and Science Gallery Detroit, explores the stories, science and solutions around grief and mental health, making space for young adults to share their stories, but also lead the conversation. Never miss an episode. Subscribe where ever you listen to podcasts: Apple Podcast -- Spotify -- NPR -- Stitcher -- Google Podcasts -- TuneIn Nolan Colter was..

Caring for Loved Ones with Dementia with Savanah Rayyan

The Science of Grief, produced by WDET and Science Gallery Detroit, explores the stories, science and solutions around grief and mental health, making space for young adults to share their stories, but also lead the conversation. Never miss an episode. Subscribe where ever you listen to podcasts: Apple Podcast -- Spotify -- NPR -- Stitcher -- Google Podcasts -- TuneIn Savanah Rayyan was..

Navigating Gender Transitions and the Importance of Forgiveness with Alex Nitsche

The Science of Grief, produced by WDET and Science Gallery Detroit, explores the stories, science and solutions around grief and mental health, making space for young adults to share their stories, but also lead the conversation. Never miss an episode. Subscribe where ever you listen to podcasts: Apple Podcast -- Spotify -- NPR -- Stitcher -- Google Podcasts -- TuneIn Alex Nitsche used..

Challenging the Stigma Around Suicide with Felicia Frabis

The Science of Grief, produced by WDET and Science Gallery Detroit, explores the stories, science and solutions around grief and mental health, making space for young adults to share their stories, but also lead the conversation. Content Warning: This episode talks about suicide. Never miss an episode. Subscribe where ever you listen to podcasts: Apple Podcast --..

Science of Grief: Exploring Unexpected Loss

The Science of Grief, produced by WDET and Science Gallery Detroit, explores the stories, science and solutions around grief and mental health. “It started from my own personal journey after losing my brother Marcus in 2013,” explains host Natasha T. Miller. “It was really hard for me to process the grief that I was experiencing after..