When Someone You Love Dies, There Is No Such Thing as Moving On | Kelley Lynn Stand-up comedian, actor and writer Kelley Lynn has performed in the same lineups with Amy Schumer, Jim Gaffigan and Elayne Boosler. Lynn is probably best known for her comedy videos on YouTube; her most recent video, “I’ve McFallen,” has
Katie Couric on Death and Dishonesty KATIE COURIC: In six hours my life went from complete contentment to complete chaos. And that period of hearing, refusing to accept, accepting, you know, preparing, you know the grief started there. Katie Couric has lived in the public eye since 1991, when she began co-hosting the Today Show
From This Day Forward: A Widow’s Understanding of Continuing Bonds By Louise McOrmond-Plummer The loss of Ken, my beloved husband of thirty years, to cancer in 2016 was so devastating that I am persuaded that the grief may, in varying degrees, be lifelong. However, the speed with which advice to “Let go and Move on”
A Letter To Myself Dear Peggy, Your David is gone. You have experienced an immeasurable loss. Never before have you felt such deep emotional and gut wrenching pain. Keep in mind use of the word ‘experienced.’ Use that word instead of ‘suffered’ because you don’t want to get stuck in ‘suffering.’ ‘Suffering’ is not the
The “D” Word by Peggy Amler When I was a child, the “D” word referred to divorce. Back then divorce was rare. It was spoken about as almost scandalous, and it was discussed from a rather voyeuristic perspective with a ‘Peyton-Place’ intrigue. Today, for me as an adult, the “D” word stands for something else.