Thank you for this! I lost my Dad in April of 2020 and my Mom in 2021 after long illnesses. They were divorced and I was taking care of Dad’s needs while he was in a nursing home and I was staying with my Mom taking care of her. The transition has been ROUGH! I’ve been struggling through making the transition of what to do with myself now that I don’t have anyone to care for and the isolation of the pandemic has not helped. It took me over a year to go through her things (she had a lot) it was so difficult to get rid of what I just couldn’t keep due to space, I wanted to keep everything! I finally sold her home this year. I was watching your video just now going through your Moms things and I could relate 100% as I’m still struggling through this grieving process it helps me to know that I’m not alone and that it does take time. I shouldn’t be upset with myself that it’s been over a year or two years and it still feels so new. I will be listening to your podcast and I will not feel so alone in this grief.
JewelsandLace via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/14/22
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My parents died within months of each other in 2015-16. They were both 90. It really never gets easier. I’m looking forward to this podcast.
Sprite327 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/08/22
I can’t wait to hear your podcast. Having lost someone last year and then losing the relationships that went with it, your approach will be therapeutic.
Subdude83 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/08/22
A.C is a role model in dealing with grief but not in the way the American culture dictates- he is real and not trying to teach us a strategy cudos to him 👏👏🧿
sayidanim via Apple Podcasts · Turkey · 09/14/22
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