Debbie Augenthaler has been featured in numerous interviews, articles, and podcasts. To book an interview or invite her to write or speak as a guest, contact Debbie. 

Debbie Augenthaler has been featured in numerous interviews, articles, and podcasts. To book an interview or invite her to write or speak as a guest, contact Debbie

Featured Interviews & Articles

Medium
My Favorite Grief-Related Page-Turners
Shelby Forsythia | January 8, 2019

Master Mind Body Spirit Show
How to Deal With Death, Tragedy, Grief and Loss
Podcast Video with Matt Belair | Jan 31, 2019

Hay House Radio – Being Aware
Interview with Lisa Garr | August 7, 2018

Pick the Brain – Grow Yourself
“Death is not a Dirty Word” | July 18, 2018

Spirituality and Health Magazine
“Growing Through Grief” | June 15, 2018
“Our Grieving Body” | May 31, 2018

Next Act for Women
Q & A with Hélène T. Stelian | June 11, 2018

The Daily Mind
Deeper Thinking: Growing Through Grief
About My Father | June 25, 2018

Fresh Fiction
Get to Know Your Favorite Authors
“Growing Through Grief” | June 17, 2018

Fear Not – Living Beyond Your Fears
Living With Hope Despite The Pain Of Loss
Podcast with Billy Atwell | April 12, 2018

Spiritual Media Blog
“Growing Through Grief” | June 15, 2018
Q & A with Matthew Welsh | May 3, 2018

Women Writers, Women’s Books
“Growing Through Grief” | June 15, 2018
“Why I Wrote YOU ARE NOT ALONE” | May 1, 2018

Cosmic Conversations
“Facing The Loss Of A Loved One? You Are Not Alone!”
Video interview with Marla Martenson | April 30, 2018

The Edge Magazine
“Grief Stories Matter”
by Debbie Augenthaler | May 1, 2018

Feisty Side of Fifty
Spirituality Podcast
with Mary Eileen Williams | April 24 2018

FOX 5 New York
“How A Hug Can Help Ease Anxiety”
Interview with Jessica Formoso | August 28, 2018

PBS – Next Avenue
The Healing Power of Memories
July 26, 2018

LA Talk Radio
On The Couch with Dr. Michelle
with Dr. Michelle Cohen| May 4, 2018

Sarah R. Bagley | Creative Network 
Grief, Transformation, and a New Beginning
Podcast with Sarah Bagley | July 3, 2018

Jumpstart Your Joy
Debbie Augenthaler on Grief, Trauma, and Healing
Podcast with Paula Jenkins | June 12, 2018

Women You Should Know
A Daughters Story for Fathers Day
“Growing Through Grief” | June 15, 2018
“Why I Wrote YOU ARE NOT ALONE” | May 16, 2018

Solace Club
“Growing Through Grief” | June 15, 2018
“Why I Wrote YOU ARE NOT ALONE” | May 10, 2018

Coming Back: Conversations on Life After Loss
Layered Losses with Debbie Augenthaler
Podcast with Shelby Forsythia | May 30, 2018

Grief Healing
Voices of Experience, “Why I Wrote YOU ARE NOT ALONE”
by Debbie Augenthaler| May 21, 2018

Book Q&As with Deborah Kalb
Interview with Deborah Kalb | April 12, 2018

He Said Books or Me
“Grief Stories Matter”
by Debbie Augenthaler| April 21, 2018

Happiness Series
“Growing through Grief ” | June 21, 2018
“Grief Stories Matter” | April 6, 2018

Press, Media & More

AK Lander
“The best grief blogs to read in 2019”
by AK Lander | Dec 18, 2018

Ms. Career Girl
“Dealing With Death”
by Linda Allen | July, 2018

Book Pleasures
by Michelle Kaye | July 9 2018

Grandma Ideas
by Nina Lewis | April 27 2018

Being Fully Present
by Eleanor Biddulph | May 4, 2018

Readers’ Favorite
by Mamta Madhavan | May 10 2019

Goodreads
Reviews and Ratings

We Blog the World
by Renee Blodgett | July 19 2018

Alive in the Fire
by Rachel Koontz | April 8 2018

Friend for the Ride
by Barbara Younger | May 11, 2018

The Cyber Librarian
by Miriam Downey | May 2, 2018

listed as a resource by:

Our House

Alliance of Hope

The book is filled with incredible ideas and insight about how to cope with loss, how to move forward when you are grieving, and how to help others if they are going through a hard time.

I love that Debbie gives us ways to feel ‘normal’ even when things feel upside down. The book is in itself like a heavy sigh of relief, just being able to read about and think about death without it being taboo or too difficult or uncomfortable to talk about. “Take the time you need to cocoon,” she reminds us. “Be patient with yourself. Do what you need to do as you heal.” Debbie’s story is inspiring, and I felt proud of her for the vulnerability she shows in sharing the story of losing her husband and how she got through that experience.

I think a book like this will be really helpful at certain times in my life, to read again and reflect on when I am going through a loss. I’ll definitely keep it on my bookshelf, both for myself and as a precious gift to share with friends and family at the times when they need it most.

Rachel Koontz

Alive in the Fire

Titled perfectly, reading this book left me feeling, for the first time, that I was indeed not alone.

Linda Allen

Ms. Career Girl

It’s rare – in fact, this might have been the first time – that I tell people to buy a book before I’ve even finished reading it. But, halfway through, I couldn’t wait any longer. I’m actually at a loss on how best to describe this book, it’s that powerful! All I can really say is if you are grieving, know someone who is grieving, want to prepare yourself for the experience to come, or are simply interested in a compelling story of loss, survival and renewed living, get this book today

Eleanor Biddulph

Being Fully Present 


For those of us who haven’t experienced it yet, we wonder what it would be like to be thrown into immeasurable grief. That’s what happened to the author of this riveting book. Debbie Augenthaler not only recounts in vivid, compelling prose what it was like to lose her husband, but she offers clear and encouraging coping suggestions for those enduring intense grief. I found this book so deeply moving and encouraging that I could turn right around and read it again.

Barbara Younger

Friend for the Ride

You Are Not Alone is a unique and powerful guide for “grief, healing, and hope.” Interspersed with Debbie Augenthaler’s story are pauses and meditations that offer insights into grief, strategies to try, beautiful poetry, and other gifts of encouragement and comfort.

Miriam Downey

The Cyber Librarian

Debbie Augenthaler’s book You Are Not Alone: A Heartfelt Guide for Grief, Healing, and Hope could be a valuable guide to weathering the storm of grief. When you take Augenthaler’s grief experience and add her education and training as a therapist, you get a book that is a valuable resource for those who have lost a loved one. This book can be the voice of someone who gets it, who’s been there done that — and managed to live through it. It can be a resource that is turned to over and over again.

Nina Lewis

Grandma Ideas

You Are Not Alone is a heartfelt read that shows the journey one must take during their grieving process. Debbie writes with a loving hand and a heartwarming personal touch as she shares her own grief and personal stories.

Lovely Loveday

lovelyloveday.com

Debbie is renowned as one of the best grief bloggers in the industry and holds a special place in a lot of people’s hearts.

 

AK Lander

AK Lander | Complete Peace of Mind

Featured Interviews & Articles

Medium
My Favorite Grief-Related Page-Turners
Shelby Forsythia | January 8, 2019

Master Mind Body Spirit Show
How to Deal With Death, Tragedy, Grief and Loss
Podcast Video with Matt Belair | Jan 31, 2019

Hay House Radio – Being Aware
Interview with Lisa Garr | August 7, 2018

FOX 5 New York
“How A Hug Can Help Ease Anxiety”
Interview with Jessica Formoso | August 28, 2018

PBS – Next Avenue
The Healing Power of Memories
July 26, 2018

Pick the Brain – Grow Yourself
“Death is not a Dirty Word” | July 18, 2018

LA Talk Radio
On The Couch with Dr. Michelle
with Dr. Michelle Cohen| May 4, 2018

Sarah R. Bagley | Creative Network 
Grief, Transformation, and a New Beginning
Podcast with Sarah Bagley | July 3, 2018

Spirituality and Health Magazine
“Growing Through Grief” | June 15, 2018
“Our Grieving Body” | May 31, 2018

The Daily Mind
Deeper Thinking: Growing Through Grief
About My Father | June 25, 2018

Jumpstart Your Joy
Debbie Augenthaler on Grief, Trauma, and Healing
Podcast with Paula Jenkins | June 12, 2018

Women You Should Know
A Daughters Story for Fathers Day
“Growing Through Grief” | June 15, 2018
“Why I Wrote YOU ARE NOT ALONE” | May 16, 2018
by Debbie Augenthaler

Solace Club
“Growing Through Grief” | June 15, 2018
“Why I Wrote YOU ARE NOT ALONE” | May 10, 2018

Coming Back: Conversations on Life After Loss
Layered Losses with Debbie Augenthaler
Podcast with Shelby Forsythia | May 30, 2018

Next Act for Women
Q & A with Hélène T. Stelian | June 11, 2018

Fresh Fiction
Get to Know Your Favorite Authors
“Growing Through Grief” | June 17, 2018

Fear Not – Living Beyond Your Fears
Living With Hope Despite The Pain Of Loss
Podcast with Billy Atwell | April 12, 2018

Spiritual Media Blog
“Growing Through Grief” | June 15, 2018
Q & A with Matthew Welsh | May 3, 2018

Women Writers, Women’s Books
“Growing Through Grief” | June 15, 2018
“Why I Wrote YOU ARE NOT ALONE” | May 1, 2018

Cosmic Conversations
“Facing The Loss Of A Loved One? You Are Not Alone!”
Video interview with Marla Martenson | April 30, 2018

The Edge Magazine
“Grief Stories Matter”
by Debbie Augenthaler | May 1, 2018

Feisty Side of Fifty
Spirituality Podcast
with Mary Eileen Williams | April 24 2018

Grief Healing
Voices of Experience, “Why I Wrote YOU ARE NOT ALONE”
by Debbie Augenthaler| May 21, 2018

Book Q&As with Deborah Kalb
Interview with Deborah Kalb | April 12, 2018

He Said Books or Me
“Grief Stories Matter”
by Debbie Augenthaler| April 21, 2018

Happiness Series
“Growing through Grief ” | June 21, 2018
“Grief Stories Matter” | April 6, 2018

Press & Media

AK Lander
“The best grief blogs to read in 2019”

Goodreads
Reviews and Ratings

by AK Lander | Dec 18, 2018

Ms. Career Girl
“Dealing With Death”
by Linda Allen | July, 2018

Book Pleasures
by Michelle Kaye | July 9 2018

We Blog the World
by Renee Blodgett | July 19 2018

Grandma Ideas
by Nina Lewis | April 27 2018

Being Fully Present
by Eleanor Biddulph | May 4, 2018

The Cyber Librarian
by Miriam Downey | May 2, 2018

Alive in the Fire
by Rachel Koontz | April 8 2018

Friend for the Ride
by Barbara Younger | May 11, 2018

listed as a resource by:

Our House

Alliance of Hope

 

The book is filled with incredible ideas and insight about how to cope with loss, how to move forward when you are grieving, and how to help others if they are going through a hard time.

I love that Debbie gives us ways to feel ‘normal’ even when things feel upside down. The book is in itself like a heavy sigh of relief, just being able to read about and think about death without it being taboo or too difficult or uncomfortable to talk about. “Take the time you need to cocoon,” she reminds us. “Be patient with yourself. Do what you need to do as you heal.” Debbie’s story is inspiring, and I felt proud of her for the vulnerability she shows in sharing the story of losing her husband and how she got through that experience.

I think a book like this will be really helpful at certain times in my life, to read again and reflect on when I am going through a loss. I’ll definitely keep it on my bookshelf, both for myself and as a precious gift to share with friends and family at the times when they need it most.

Rachel Koontz

Alive in the Fire

It’s rare – in fact, this might have been the first time – that I tell people to buy a book before I’ve even finished reading it. But, halfway through, I couldn’t wait any longer. I’m actually at a loss on how best to describe this book, it’s that powerful! All I can really say is if you are grieving, know someone who is grieving, want to prepare yourself for the experience to come, or are simply interested in a compelling story of loss, survival and renewed living, get this book today

Eleanor Biddulph

Being Fully Present 


For those of us who haven’t experienced it yet, we wonder what it would be like to be thrown into immeasurable grief. That’s what happened to the author of this riveting book. Debbie Augenthaler not only recounts in vivid, compelling prose what it was like to lose her husband, but she offers clear and encouraging coping suggestions for those enduring intense grief. I found this book so deeply moving and encouraging that I could turn right around and read it again.

Barbara Younger

Friend for the Ride

You Are Not Alone is a unique and powerful guide for “grief, healing, and hope.” Interspersed with Debbie Augenthaler’s story are pauses and meditations that offer insights into grief, strategies to try, beautiful poetry, and other gifts of encouragement and comfort.

Miriam Downey

The Cyber Librarian

Debbie Augenthaler’s book You Are Not Alone: A Heartfelt Guide for Grief, Healing, and Hope could be a valuable guide to weathering the storm of grief. When you take Augenthaler’s grief experience and add her education and training as a therapist, you get a book that is a valuable resource for those who have lost a loved one. This book can be the voice of someone who gets it, who’s been there done that — and managed to live through it. It can be a resource that is turned to over and over again.

Nina Lewis

Grandma Ideas

You Are Not Alone is a heartfelt read that shows the journey one must take during their grieving process. Debbie writes with a loving hand and a heartwarming personal touch as she shares her own grief and personal stories.

Lovely Loveday

lovelyloveday.com

Debbie is renowned as one of the best grief bloggers in the industry and holds a special place in a lot of people’s hearts.

 

AK Lander

AK Lander | Complete Peace of Mind

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