Grief As a "A Living Remedy" — with Nicole Chung
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Our guest this week is author Nicole Chung whose new book "A Living Remedy" is a memoir about the loss of both of her parents within just a few years and a meditation on grief. We're also discussing writing through pain, caregiving, how the U.S. healthcare system leaves so many behind, educational privilege and class. and changing one's relationship with overwork. You can find more about Nicole on her website: "A Living Remedy" is available on and wherever you buy your books. For exclusive bonus Everything Is Fine episodes — along with weekly style and culture recommendations — join our Patreon: Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
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