You're Fine!

Good Grief

June 15, 2021 Cinder Block Comedy Season 1 Episode 9
You're Fine!
Good Grief
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Oh thank goodness, you're here! We were so worried you might miss out on an all new episode of You're Fine!

This week, Elsa and Coree return to the stage—the Stages of Grief, to be precise. Grieving can take many forms and come out of many experiences, all of which manifest differently from person to person. Still, the basic trajectory tends to align with the famous Kübler-Ross model, as theorized by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, perhaps the original #GirlBoss of silently weeping inside a Denny's.

This week has also been huge for Elsa, whose Slavers of New York project has taken off online and in the news. Tune in to hear the latest developments with their anti-racism work that's now poised to change the landscape of New York. And also stories of haunted lakes and Coree's quest to cure her ADHD!

Our show is a production of Cinder Block Comedy, in association with Sodabags Studios and your town is next. Media. This episode was engineered and produced by Alex Fleming and Alexander Scott. Special thanks to Morgan Pielli for our show artwork and Intellectual Dark Wave for our theme song, from his album Labor Songs.

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Breaking Down the Stages of Grief
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