Nobody Told Me!
Nobody Told Me!
Dec 10, 2020
Hope Edelman: to deal with grief, the pandemic, and the holidays
Play • 36 min

This year, more than any other in the lives of most of us, has been a year of pain and loss.  We’ve watched helplessly as family, friends, and even strangers on television describe losing people they care about to the pandemic.  How do we process these losses?  

 Our guest on this episode, Hope Edelman, is an internationally recognized expert in the field of grief.  Hope was a teenager when her mother passed away and she says the death of a loved one isn’t something we get over, get past, put down or move beyond.  She’s written extensively on the topic and is the author of the books, Motherless Daughters and Motherless Mothers, among others.  Her newest book is called, The AfterGrief:  Finding Your Way Along the Long Arc of Grief.

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