Navigating grief after suicide

In this week’s episode, I am thrilled to welcome the lovely Alexandra Wyman to the podcast joining me from her home in Colorado, United States.

Alexandra is an advocate and public speaker for resources in the aftermath of suicide. After she lost her husband to suicide in August of 2020, Alexandra found a need to change the language around suicide, and decided to write about it. Her memoir, The Suicide Club: What To Do When Someone You Love Chooses Death is an Amazon best seller. She has spoken at a variety of conferences including Bridging the Divide Suicide Prevention and Awareness Summit 2022, 2023 Northwest Conference on Childhood Grief, and has been accepted to present at the 2023 Military Social Work & Behavioral Health Conference and the International Association of Suicide Prevention Conference 2023 in Piran, Slovenia. Alexandra has her own podcast called The Widow’s Club. She practices pediatric occupational therapy and lives in Colorado with her son.

It has been my pleasure to have Alexandra join me, and I know, my listeners, that you will enjoy the episode. A special thank you to my listeners for joining me on this journey.

If you wish to connect with Alexandra, check out her website and social media links below.


Podcast: The Widow’s Club

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About The Host

Marlene McConnell

Marlene McConnell is an author, podcast host, self-love teacher and trauma survivor. She believes that trauma recovery is accessible to everyone, and that it starts with the acknowledgement that something has happened to you combined with a willingness to heal. McConnell’s book and podcast was inspired by the realization that she touched many lives by sharing her story at a support group. Her message of hope not only resonated with the survivors, but also with the family members and friends who supported them at the group sessions. Marlene is also an attorney who holds B.Proc, LLB and LLM law degrees. She loves travel, Pilates, nature, learning new languages, and good food.