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Two women who lost their mums have launched the Good Mourning podcast to help others

Two brave young women are on a quest to help people deal with grief and loss by sharing their deeply personal stories and advice on how to cope.

New friends Sally Douglas, 34, and Imogen Carn, 32, both lost their mums suddenly in the past year, and are honouring their memories with a bold new Australian podcast launching on Friday.

And their aim is clear: we can help you move forward and boost your mental health.

“We’ve turned our pain into passion,” Douglas says. “We’ve also been weirdly energised by this, and we don’t feel we are alone with our grief anymore.”

The women bonded over their shared pain when they connected through the support organisation Motherless Daughters Australia earlier this year.

From that friendship has…

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