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Nora McInerny on TED about life and death

This became one of my favorite TED talks delivered by Nora Mclnerny who shares her inherently tragic story with incredible insight and humor that makes a sad story much more. Her position on grief is so impactful how she explains we don't "move on" from grief, we move forward with it. That is one piece of advice that I always believed in regarding grief doesn't go away, we just learn to live with it and if we do it right we can grow stronger. Full video of her talk below..


Thomas A Caswell
Thomas A Caswell

Such a very helpful share, and video, so grateful to have discovered this. I lost my Dad, and best friend, in November. He was my rock in life, and out of his 5 adult children, I have always been his little girl. Though I am 65, and he was 89 upon his ascension, the pain and paralysis I feel, is overbearing at times. my appetite for life, as of right now, is just below the flatline. Days are spent, for the most part, sitting on the couch, just absent of any energy, motivation, or caring for others. Fundamentally, I understand the different stages that most go through, in terms of grief and processing loss. Yet, is there a timeta…

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