Grieving Out Loud with Angela Kennecke

The best of 100 episodes: insights, inspiration, and impact

In this milestone episode, your host of Grieving Out Loud, Angela Kennecke, reflects on the last four years of the Emily’s Hope podcast. Angela started the podcast after losing her daughter, Emily, to fentanyl poisoning. Through her interviews with parents and experts in addiction and grief, Angela has created a community where families dealing with loss and addiction can find support and hope.

Angela takes us back to the beginning, revisiting her first episode and sharing some of the most poignant moments from the past 99 episodes. We hear these highlights from guests who have shared their stories of addiction and grief and experts who have given insights into coping with loss and understanding addiction.

As the most listened-to podcast on the topic of fentanyl poisoning, addiction, and grief, Grieving Out Loud has made a difference in the lives of many. Thank you to our loyal listeners for your support!

Sally Ponzio hopes that “Remember Me,” gives comfort to anyone who has suffered the loss of a loved one and hopes in its message for the living to continue to find joy in life.
*Permission was granted by Sally Ponzio, Frank Ponzio, and Eleanor Dubinsky to play “Remember Me” in its entirety in this podcast.