Jan 15, 2020
Her TED Talk has a disclaimer because it’s so controversial! What happens when we’re happy, joyful, or even at peace when our loved one dies? Jennifer Mathews is expanding what it means to grieve because when her partner died from cancer she did not grieve in the traditional way. We’re talking about the cultural myths that make death and grief more painful, how to connect with “that which never dies,” and why laughter is an invitation to connect with a new way of feeling.
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