Mission in Grief
Through our podcast and Instagram community, our purpose is to provide comfort for others who’ve experienced loss, or be a helpful resource for those supporting someone who is going through a difficult time. Whether you have experienced a big loss, or are somebody's support person, or just want to prepare yourself for when grief strikes, our content will educate and inspire you.
Grief can be a roller coaster of emotions, including fear, anger, guilt, anxiety, denial, confusion and shame. It is so much more than just sadness.

It can be difficult to express how you feel, and people can often be left feeling isolated and alone in their grief...
We all experience grief at some point, but it can still be a taboo topic. Isn’t it time we had a more honest conversation around what loss is really like?

Hello. We're Sal and Im, two friends on a mission to make the conversation around grief more mainstream.

Both in our early thirties, our mums died unexpectedly within the last two years, and we joined “The Club” that nobody wants to be part of.

We were blindsided by our grief and felt alone, despite having a support network. None of our peers had experienced a big loss, and we struggled to find resources for people like us, in their 20s, 30s and 40s, that approached the topic of grief in a relatable way.

Through this shared experience, Good Mourning was born. We aim to take the doom and gloom out of grief, by sharing real and inspiring conversations around a taboo topic, with honesty and humour.

Through our podcast and Instagram community, our purpose is to provide comfort for others who’ve experienced loss, or be a helpful resource for those supporting someone who is going through a difficult time.

Whether you have experienced a big loss, or are somebody's support person, or just want to prepare yourself for when grief strikes, our content will educate and inspire you.

Sal

Accent

British

Star sign

Cancer

Fave self care rituals

Hot bath, warm pj’s, glass of red and a good book

Guilty pleasure

British TV. Any of it! It really soothes me (is that weird?!)

Words that describe me

Warm, curious, caring, ambitious

Grief mantra

“Accept the things you cannot change, and change the things you can”

Accent

Aussie

Star sign

Virgo

Fave self care rituals

Sound bowls erry day

Guilty pleasure

Swearing...a lot!

Words that describe me

Funny, authentic, generous, kind

Grief mantra

“Allowing myself to feel is allowing myself to heal”

Im

Together, let’s make the topic of grief more open and less awkward.