65: Sibling Loss

On this show Dr. Gloria Horsley and Dr. Heidi Horsley discuss the impact of losing a sibling with Elizabeth Devita-Raeburn whose brother Ted, died of an immune disorder. She is the author of “The Empty Room: Losing a Brother or Sister At Any Age”. The second guest will be Molly Gandour a documentary

Filmmaker and producer of the Academy Award-nominated documentary Gasland. A clip will be shown from her most recent documentary film “Peanut Gallery” based on the death of her fourteen year-old sister, Aimee to leukemia.


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  • Melissa says:

    I lost my oldest brother at the age of 29 and I am really having a tough time and I just turn 30 when I think bout him I think pain and sometimes feel I can’t move forward…… it’s just not fair! it doesn’t make sense at all. He was healthy active fit. fun outgoing lovable guy!! He was a big kid at heart!!!! It was so tragic and so unexpected for me and my parents… The news!!!! and It’s been tough to talk bout it… I’ve gone to compassionate friends group few times, grief group… I’m starting to think being in groups I’ve experience is not giving me the results I want. I don’t like to talk bout his death and don’t know where to begin. I have lot of bottled up emotions!!!!!! I appreciate your encouragement. I’ve been listening to grief videos. meeting with friend finding ways to relax but we don’t talk bout my brother it’s hard to talk to someone bout him. wo frustration, being sad or wanting to cry a lot.