The Rich are Different
As a commentator and reporter, no one matches Anderson Cooper. This podcast is not a great example of his skill. There is something very different about struggling with grief when you can afford to keep a loved one’s apartments in NYC for several years versus the experience of “the rest of us.” It is very, very different when worrying about how to pay for a funeral, how to resolve sticky sibling issues, how to pay for attorneys, how to divide family heirlooms and more. While managing grief. What exactly is the point of this very public baring of the soul?
Phyllis Robbins via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/28/22
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Last year I lost 5 relatives - my mom age 89, brother to Covid, and his son, w an accidental overdose. My cousin and aunt , my moms sister. The grief is overwhelming, and I so resonated with your comment, about not having anyone left to talk with about your past. My brother was my only sibling....Read full review »
skinny 64 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/14/22
Anderson you’ve done good! preserving your history and stories that paint the beautiful burdens in life. The grit and gasps that we share in grief - thank you, I’m grateful that I stumbled on your podcast. As a psychotherapist, Id like to relabel that my stumbles are just a dance. I listened...Read full review »
sayville stories via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/14/22
I love Anderson and his ability to communicate his heart and emotions. The loss of a parent is life altering. So is grief. Anderson has much to unpack and I look forward to sitting in that space with him.
BluMufN via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/07/22
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