Feb 27, 2020
Comedian, nurse, and ex-nun Kelli Dunham had two partners die in her arms within the course of five years. You might think she’s cursed, but she sees it a little differently. Join Kelli and I as we discuss the role of humor in grief, why finding meaning doesn’t make grief magically “go away,” and what it’s like to be the partner of someone who’s chosen to die by medically-assisted death (also known as physician-assisted suicide).
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