Robin Moore

Robin Moore

Robin Moore has been writing for clients for 20 years. Her specialties include plain language materials about difficult, technical topics in health and medical research, and fundraising for non-profit organizations. She is currently consulting with a number of clients on using social media for outreach and advocacy and developing a product that will improve the lives of grieving people. She also writes a popular blog and moderates a thriving online community. Moore holds a B.A. from Oberlin College and an MBA from Georgetown University.

Articles:

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer: An Image for My Life after Loss

When my husband died, I had no idea how I’d recover. After two years of nursing his terminal illness, our household was drained and I was just plain exhausted. As […]

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The Importance of Dying at Home

When Elizabeth Edwards died last month, she was at home. When I heard that, I felt pins of jealousy pricking into me. My husband died of cancer after two years […]

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Despite Flaws, John Edwards Deserves the Title of ‘Widower’

One of the most destructive grief myths is “the deeper the love, the greater the grief.” John and Elizabeth Edwards had, no doubt, a complicated relationship. He’d had an affair, […]

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‘It’s Not Going to be OK,’ She Said

Looking back on it now, the bright curve of my life turned gently downward after my daughter was born, fell sharply as my husband was diagnosed with a stage IV […]

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