Megan Devine

Megan Devine

Megan Devine is a pioneer in the fields of grief support and emotional intelligence. Through her website, talks, and courses, she’s been shaking up our culture’s ideas around grief – and love – since 2009. Her book, It’s OK That You’re Not OK (Sounds True on October 1st, 2017), has broken sales records and fostered a grief revolution across the world. (check the website for how you can be part of the revolution!) She's been featured in the New York Times, Bustle Magazine, Spirituality & Health, WBUR's Cognoscenti, Readers Digest, and other publications. She's been a popular guest on many broadcasts, including WHYY's Radio Times, Wisconsin Public Radio, The Good Life Project, In Deep with Angie Coiro, Dear Dougy, Role Models, and the Anxiety Podcast. One of her essays can be found in the anthology, How Does That Make You Feel?: True Confessions from Both Sides of the Therapy Couch, edited by Sherry Amatenstein. While her work is often focused on grief itself, her message is much wider: Her work helps all of us learn to love each other better. Megan speaks about grief and loss in unusual places – because loss (and love) happens when you aren’t looking for it. Visit for more.

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