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Join host Traci Arieli for "Comforting Closure," a podcast where the often silent topics of aging, death, and grieving are explored with compassion and clarity. Each episode features guests who share practical advice, emotional insights, and spiritual perspectives to illuminate these natural yet seldom discussed aspects of life. Dive into tender conversations designed to demystify and destigmatize these experiences, offering solace and understanding to those navigating life's final chapters. ...
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There are thousands of cases that are unsolved in the State of Florida. In Lee County we take these cases very seriously. Lee County Sheriff Carmine Marceno has launched this Podcast to give you the listener an inside look at some of Lee County Florida's Cold Cases. Inside these stories you will hear witness statements from the time of the crime, original 911 calls and never heard before interviews with some of the detectives that worked these cases. You never know you might hold the key or ...
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Closure: The Podcast That Never Ends

Closure: The Podcast That Never Ends

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Closure: The Podcast That Never Ends is a weekly look into the idea of closure and if it really exists. Comedian Eli Olsberg and guests discuss major and minor events in their lives, everything from death to break ups to ghosting, and how they've found closure.
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The Closure podcast aims to connect women who have gone through similar hardships and lead them on a journey back to self-love and self-awareness through ministry, therapy, and conversation. The episodes will also explore things that could have been done differently to provide a more positive outcome- making it also an excellent resource for married couples who are serious about maintaining the integrity and longevity of their marriage.
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Closure Optional is a collection of stories and ideas from people who do hard things, whether it's on purpose or not. Sometimes hard things are forced on you, sometimes your life just feels hard, and sometimes you put yourself through hell on purpose to discover your own potential, but nobody suffers in vain when other people can learn from what you've done. Regardless of your challenge, I will have talked to someone who can help you through it, and hopefully we can make you laugh a little o ...
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Hosted by commercial + insurance mediator and arbitrator, Jean Lawler, this podcast draws on Jean's years of experience as a private practice attorney and neutral to provide insights and information relevant to resolving legal disputes outside of a courtroom, and features interviews with legal and dispute resolution industry leaders--attorneys, mediators, and arbitrators.
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In this episode of 'Comforting Closure - Conversations with a Death Doula,' Traci Arieli discusses the evolving landscape of the funeral industry with Melissa Meadow, known as the Modern Mortician. Together, they explore the concept of green funerals and how they can provide a more sustainable and ethical approach to honoring our loved ones. Meliss…
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In this episode of 'Comforting Closure- Conversations with a Death Doula,' host Traci Arieli sits down with Karen Faith Gordon, an expert in holistic aging, to discuss the keys to living a fulfilling life as we age. Together, they explore the importance of mental and spiritual well-being, the role of technology in enhancing the lives of our aging p…
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In this episode of Comforting Closure, host Traci Arieli is joined by Maryglenn Warnock from Paws to Remember to explore the complex journey of pet loss and grief. "Beyond the Rainbow Bridge: Understanding Pet Grief with Paws to Remember" offers a compassionate look into the heartache of losing a pet, providing insights, support, and understanding …
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Welcome to a special episode of 'The Ultimate Itinerary: Death Doulas on Navigating the Path to Compassionate End-of-Life Care Education,' Join Kacie Gikonyo and Traci Arieli and they explore the heart of what it means to be a death doula — the education, the emotional resilience, and the deep sense of purpose that guides this meaningful work. This…
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In this episode of "Comforting Closure- Conversations with a Death Doula," we sit down with Ann Peterson from Live Oak Adult Day Services to explore the vital role these services play in our communities. From enriching the lives of older adults and individuals with special needs to offering respite and support to families, adult day services are an…
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In this episode of "Comforting Closure - Conversations with a Death Doula," host Traci Arieli is joined by Megan Sheldon, the visionary behind Be Ceremonial. Megan shares her wisdom on how simple, yet profound acts can transform everyday moments into sacred ceremonies, offering solace and connection in times of grief and celebration alike. This epi…
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Join Traci Arieli, end-of-life doula and founder of Comforting Closure, and Christine Caldwell, founder of the End-of-Life Psychedelic Care organization as they talk about the use of psychedelic-assisted therapy and its role in end-of-life care. In this episode, we discuss: Christine Caldwell's journey and the inception of EOLPC.org The mission and…
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In this episode of "Comforting Closure - Conversations with a Death Doula," host Traci Arieli is joined by Brian Gordon of Gordon Associates, a specialist in long-term care insurance. The discussion centers around the importance of preparing for your future with long-term care insurance, understanding what it covers, and exploring how it fits into …
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On February 8, 2017, the Lee County Sheriff’s responded to a shooting along Hancock Bridge Parkway in North Fort Myers, Florida. After several calls to 911, deputies discovered 32 year old Eric Duff shot to death inside his own home. This was a drug deal gone wrong during the early morning hours. Eric was a son, brother, and father of a now six yea…
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Explore the world of eco-conscious end-of-life care with Traci Arieli from Comforting Closure. In this episode, we're joined by Kahla Flores from White Rose Aqua Cremation to explore the gentle alternative of aqua cremation. Key topics include: Introduction to Aqua Cremation: Understanding the process and its benefits. Environmental Benefits: How i…
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In this episode of "Comforting Closure – Conversations with a Death Doula" host Traci Arieli welcomes Susan Oppie from One Washcloth to explore the act of caring for our loved ones after they've passed. This conversation explores the spiritual, emotional, and practical aspects of post-death care, highlighting how the simple act of washing can serve…
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Welcome to another episode of the Comforting Closure Podcast, hosted by Traci Arieli, end-of-life doula and founder of Comforting Closure. In today’s special episode, we delve into the concept of aging gracefully and independently as a solo ager. About This Episode: Traditional family structures and support systems are evolving, and many of us are …
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In this episode of "Comforting Closure - Conversations with a Death Doula," host Traci Arieli joins Trina Wacasey, the founder of Creating Honoring Spaces, to discuss the changing practice of death care. Discover how she creates personal, compassionate end-of-life environments that honor the departed's journey while also supporting the healing proc…
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In this episode of Comforting Closure – Conversations with a Death Doula, Traci Arieli, an end-of-life doula, talks with Gabby Jimenez, a hospice nurse, end-of-life doula, educator, and author. This episode, titled 'Beyond Fear: Understanding and Comfort in the Final Journey,' aims to demystify the end-of-life process, addressing the fears and unce…
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In this episode, host Traci Arieli talks about the critical topic of finding the right assisted living community for our loved ones. We are joined by special guest Annemarie Fina, who shares her personal journey of searching for a community that would provide her mother, a resident with Alzheimer's, the care and dignity she deserves. Through Annema…
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Welcome to another episode, hosted by Traci Arieli, founder of Comforting Closure and a dedicated end-of-life doula. In this episode, we are joined by special guest End-of-Life Doula. Episode Highlights: Understanding the role and responsibilities of a death doula. Insights into the training and certification process for aspiring death doulas. Disc…
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In this episode of "Comforting Closure - Conversations with a Death Doula," host Traci Arieli welcomes Maureen Kures, the founder of A Radiant Mourning, to shed light on the importance of Advance Directives. Together, they discuss end-of-life planning, exploring how Advance Directives can guide individuals and families toward making informed, respe…
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In this episode, we're honored to have a special guest, Kim Moldofsky, the founder and CEO of Scrappy Affirmations and the author of the graphic novel 'It’s Her Story – Amelia Earhart'. Join us as we explore the power of connections in healing from profound loss. Kim opens up about her journey, and the creation of Scrappy Affirmations, and shares v…
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On December 10, 2018 the Lee County Sheriff’s responded to a a body laying the driveway of a house on Quentin Ave in Lehigh Acres Florida. Upon arrival deputies would discover 39 year old Trenesa Roberts shot to death in the driveway of her home. She was on her way to work at the Bus Depot for the Lee County Schools when someone ambushed her in ear…
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In this episode of "Comforting Closure - Conversations with a Death Doula," host Traci Arieli talks to Micah Truman, founder and CEO of Return Home, about the innovative and eco-conscious world of Terramation. Terramation, or human composting, offers an eco-friendly approach to afterlife care, turning human remains into nutrient-rich soil and provi…
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In this episode of Comforting Closure, host Traci Arieli talks with Marian Rouse, founder of Triad Health Advocates, about patient advocacy. Episode Highlights: - Marian Rouse's journey to becoming a patient advocate. - The dynamic and impactful role of patient advocates. - Navigating the complexities of healthcare systems. - Building trustful rela…
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In this episode, host Traci Arieli, an end-of-life doula and founder of Comforting Closure, sits down with Karla Combres, a legacy guide and celebrant. Join us as we talk about legacy storytelling and its impact on our lives. Karla shares her journey and insights into how storytelling shapes our identities, preserves our family histories, and conne…
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In this episode, host Traci Arieli is joined by two peers in the death doula community, Kacie Gikonyo and Mikey Marin. Join Kacie (a registered nurse and founder of The Death Doula Collective), Mikey (founder of The Healing Hearts House), and Traci (founder of Comforting Closure), as they answer questions about being death doulas and end-of-life ca…
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In this episode of 'Comforting Closure - Conversations with a Death Doula,' I sit down with Gillian Nye from Better Place Forests. We talk about the innovative concept of sustainable Memorial Forests as an alternative to traditional memorial methods. Gillian shares insights into how Better Place Forests combines environmental conservation with crea…
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In this episode, end-of-life doula and founder of Comforting Closure Traci Arieli has a conversation with patient advocate Karen Morin. They discuss the complicated world of Medical Aid in Dying (MAID) and talk about the moral problems and mental difficulties that come up when people have to make this choice. Karen Morin has extensive experience ad…
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Happy Holidays! 🌟 As we celebrate this festive season, we're revisiting one of our most cherished episodes. Enjoy a popular replay from our podcast, bringing warmth and wisdom into your holidays. “The Healing Power of Rituals: Honoring Loved Ones During the End-of-Life Journey" - A Repeat Broadcast 🕯️ During moments of sorrow, rituals stand as a be…
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Join host Traci Arieli, end-of-life doula and founder of Comforting Closure, in "Embracing the Journey." This episode features Shelley Henry, a seasoned hospice nurse and co-founder of The Amity Group, as we explore the misunderstood world of hospice care. In our conversation, we'll uncover: Shelley's journey into hospice nursing. The realities of …
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In Part 2 of our conversation on end-of-life decisions, Traci Arieli, end-of-life doula and founder of Comforting Closure, is joined by Angela Schultz from Compassion and Choices. This episode explores the topics of palliative sedation, the intricacies of DNR and refusal of care, and the unique challenges that dementia introduces to end-of-life cho…
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Join Traci Arieli, end-of-life doula, grief coach, and founder of Comforting Closure for the first of a two-part series about end-of-life options. In this episode, we discuss Medical Aid in Dying (MAiD) and Voluntary Stopping Eating and Drinking (VSED) with Angela Schultz, Regional Advocacy Manager for Compassion and Choices. Stay tuned for the sec…
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In this episode, I'm honored to host James Jones, the founder of QOL Group (Quality of Life Group). James talks about his journey from the grief of losing a limb to rediscovering and reclaiming an enriched quality of life. It’s a story of pain, loss, resilience, and remarkable recovery. We'll discuss the silent struggles and the untapped reservoirs…
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On October 7, 1995, the Lee County Sheriff’s Office recovered a female body in the water near York Island, south of St. James City, off the southern tip of Pine Island, Florida. The woman was wearing a maroon/red V-neck pullover scrub top with the words, “Charleston S.C. V.A. Hospital,” on the back. She was also wearing a yellow metal ring with a 2…
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Join Traci Arieli and attorney Debra Cassara in this episode as they explore the essentials of securing your legacy and ensuring peace of mind for you and your loved ones. In This Episode, You’ll Learn: - The basics and importance of early estate planning - How often you should refresh your estate plan - How to avoid common mistakes - Tips for invo…
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In this episode of Comforting Closure, I talk with Susan Coffey, a pioneer in the field of hospice massage. Susan talks about her journey and how she focuses every session on meeting the needs and preferences of her clients, creating a place of peace and comfort. If you're thinking about hospice massage for yourself or a loved one, this conversatio…
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Join us as we explore Samhain and the rich tapestry of the Anderson Feri Tradition with our special guest, Sharon Knight. In this episode, Sharon, an initiate in the Anderson Feri Tradition of witchcraft, shares her extensive knowledge on the topic, offering viewers an intimate look into the profound connections that Samhain holds with ancestral ve…
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Join me, Traci Arieli, for a soulful conversation with Rabbi Heather Paul. We delve into Jewish traditions of remembrance, the comfort they bring in grief, and their evolution in today’s interconnected world. We Discuss: - Rabbi Heather’s personal and spiritual journey. - Jewish rituals for death and remembrance. - The role of Tikkun Olam in honori…
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Join me, Traci Arieli, end-of-life doula and founder of Comforting Closure, as I delve into an essential and often overlooked perspective on grief. In this episode, I talk with Rebecca Hensler, the founder of Grief Beyond Belief. Rebecca shares her personal journey of loss & her mission to support atheists during their grieving process. Whether you…
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Join Traci Arieli, an end-of-life doula and founder of Comforting Closure, in a conversation about the holistic journey of grief integration. In this episode, we're joined by Alyssa Akerman, a grief counselor, end-of-life doula, and the brilliant mind behind Alyssa Rose Healing Arts. Together, we delve deep into understanding the nuances of grief, …
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In today's episode, we have the privilege to delve deep into the concept of 'Aging in Place' with occupational therapist, Nina Rea. With vast experience and a passion for enhancing the quality of life through home modifications and safety strategies, Nina shares insights that can empower you and your loved ones to lead a more independent, comfortab…
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In this thoughtful conversation, Traci Arieli, the founder of Comforting Closure, sits down with therapist and author Bradie Hansen to explore the transformative power of art in the grieving process. Bradie, a prominent voice in the therapy community and a co-author of the book "The Long Grief Journey," shares insights drawn from both personal expe…
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Join us in a profound exploration of the journey from loss to growth as we delve into the intricate realms of grief and trauma. Traci Arieli, an end-of-life doula, and Kathleen Putnam, a grief and end-of-life coach, unravel the complexities of sorrow's impact on emotions, minds, and bodies. Discover strategies for healing, self-care, and transforma…
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Join Traci Arieli, an end-of-life doula and founder of Comforting Closure, as she explores the power of preserving personal stories through video. Discover how video storytelling can bridge generations, providing comfort, healing, and connection for families. Traci's special guest, Oren Arieli, the creative director of Awesomeshot Studios, shares i…
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In this episode, Traci Arieli, an end-of-life doula and founder of Comforting Closure, and Danielle Slupesky from Conscious Crossroads engage in a meaningful discussion about the transformative potential of rituals during the end-of-life journey. Traci and Danielle explore how rituals can bring comfort and strength to grieving families, providing t…
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In this interview, Traci Arieli, an end-of-life doula and founder of Comforting Closure, sits down with Rosie Poliquin from Pinnacle Elite/World Financial Group. Rosie's mission is to assist individuals in planning for unexpected circumstances, including end-of-life scenarios. Gain valuable insights and strategies to make informed financial decisio…
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Just after Valentine’s Day in 2010, Lee County Sheriff’s office deputies received a call from a mother wanting to do a welfare check on her 37 year-old daughter, Dawn Lofton. A few months later, her fear would turn to reality, as Dawn Lofton’s remains were located in a wooded area off of State Road 82. Dawn was last seen at her boyfriend’s house on…
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On the early morning of July 2, 2017, 51 year old Alice Dorton, a white female from Lehigh Acres, got into a white Ford SUV and was never heard from again. Alice Dorton was a transient by choice, but had a few romantic live-in relationships. Alice has family that lived in Florida at the time of her disappearance. Her daughter has never given up hop…
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Sharing with you today's "Thursday Tip of the Day". Embrace and enjoy your summer! Reconnect with friends, family, yourself. Put on your flip flops and shorts. Enjoy the beach, mountains, rivers, cities, planes and trains - wherever your summer will take you. "In the words of Chris Erskine, Writer, from his column this week, titled "Summer Love", I…
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🎧SEEKING CLOSURE EPISODE 7 🎧 A LEE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE PODCAST On January 20, 2000, Lee County Sheriff's Office Deputies were on routine patrol of an area called Moon Lake when they discovered a partially mummified body. That body was 36 year-old Bonita Springs resident Denise Long. Denise's body had multiple stab wounds and showed signs being …
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The Closure podcast aims to connect women who have gone through similar hardships and lead them on a journey back to self-love and self-awareness through ministry, therapy, and conversation. The episodes will also explore things that could have been done differently to provide a more positive outcome- making it also an excellent resource for marrie…
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To be an excellent lawyer for a client in mediation it is not enough to just say, “Oh I’ve got a mediation tomorrow, here, let me pick up the file and head on out.” To be excellent, it takes more than that. Listen to this episode as Host, Jean Lawler–commercial + insurance mediator and arbitrator–shares her list of top 3 things that excellent lawye…
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