Bereavement, Dreams, Signs, Your Stories

Poet Dana Jerman on Griever Dreams and Signs

Dana Jerman

Not only is there is no wrong way to interpret dreams and signs, but they can become catalysts for a great day. This and more when memory artist, Nancy Gershman talks with writer, photographer and performing poet […]

Death of a Parent, For Men Only, Uncategorized

Comic Steve Mittleman About Forgiving Hard Parents at End of Life

Comedian Steve Mittleman

It’s easy to forgive the hardest parent when they thank you through tears with: “Nobody cared for me as much in my whole life!” Or when they write a letter […]

Death of a Spouse, Helping Others, Public Personalities, Uncategorized

Comic Janice Messitte on Being a Newly Wedded Widow

Janice Messitte

In the space of two weeks, newly wedded  Janice Messitte – stand-up comic, singer and actress  – went from planning a dream “Jewnorican” wedding to planning her husband’s funeral.  Hear […]

Death of a Parent, Friend, Public Personalities, The Grief Process, Uncategorized, Your Grief, Your Loss

Comedy writer Joe Janes on Truthful Memorialization

Comic Joe Janes

Truthful memorialization means talking about Mom stoically eating Joe’s tofurkey. Or Mom openly guzzling “horrible things” like caffeine-free diet coke in front of her vegan son. How Joe honors these mischievous […]