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May 23, 2020

Grieving in public is therapy

I was on a podcast https://bit.ly/2LVpoWc on April 18th, a day before my Dad passed away. On the podcast I spoke about the losses I have endured throughout my life. I spoke to the guys about the things that have gotten me through. The breathing techniques, the meditation etc. It is easier said than done […]

Posted in: My Grief Story, My Life

May 18, 2020

Grieving COVID Style

When someone dies and not just a parent, What you do you think the first thing to come to mind is? When I got the call my Dad passed was, Is there anything I regret not doing, or saying etc? At first I said to myself, shit I didn’t call him yesterday which was Saturday. […]

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May 15, 2020

Grieving a parent

So, my Dad died. He died 26 days ago. His death was a shock, but at the same time a relief in ways. My Dad was a unique individual. I always used to say he was in “Gene World”. He was so obviously to many things. Maybe that was because he was in such a […]

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May 8, 2020

Listen to my own advice

losing my father

One of the hardest things I have had to do is take my own advice. For someone who has been speaking from my experiences and past loss, I have been struggling with listening to everything I have been saying to do. I know I ‘ll get through, but to be honest it’s a bitch. Click […]

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February 29, 2020

Live with Tom Biddulph

Check out this video as I talk about grief and anxiety. Click below Tom Biddulph (@GoodGrievings). Follow along my journey through grief. Intuitive life coach, here to guide you in life and grief. Goodgrievings.com — Read on www.pscp.tv/w/1mrGmQjOPjzGy

Posted in: My Grief Story

February 24, 2020

The aftermath and Grief

20 years sounds like a longtime and it is, but for me it seems like yesterday. I could explain to you in detail of what happened from beginning to end. From the distraught of losing my mom, to my swollen hand (which I used to shake hands with at the funeral) from punching a brick […]

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February 16, 2020

I got thrown a curve ball

On the eve of my mom’s 20 year anniversary of her passing, I look back and remember that day as if it was yesterday. February 17, 2000 I didn’t even see the pitch coming, It felt like I got hit with the pitch and I couldn’t get up.  I think back and I could tell […]

Posted in: Good Grievings

December 12, 2019

‘‘Twas the night before Christmas”

‘‘Twas the night before Christmas” ‘‘Twas the night before Christmas” — Read on goodgrievings.com/2018/12/24/twas-the-night-before-christmas/

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December 10, 2019

The Excitement is building: Speaking in a grief summit

In 6 days I will be apart an inspirational group of individuals who speak about grief. I’m eager to hear each ones take about grief and how they get through. I met the host of this online summit through Twitter. The whole thing happened so fast. Melo said she found me through another person I […]

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December 2, 2019

Hey you, come listen in

Hey all, several weeks ago I was honored to chat with my buddy Jasmine “Jazz” @thiswomanfromnyc on her podcast. We talked about several topics around grief, and also how I handle grief. Click the link below to hear the whole interview. I chatted with Tom Biddulph who is a fellow blogger extraordinaire who created the […]

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Hey, I'm Tom Biddulph. I'm a Dad, Husband and the friend that calls you on your birthday. I've learned grief is a never ending journey after losing 16 loved ones. Still I've learned to find the good grievings along the way that bring joy & healing, My hope is to help you do the same. 

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