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Owning Our Grief

Date
February 10, 2012
Author
Megan Holder
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For those who are unfamiliar with TED Talks, I would like to suggest that you spend some time on their website. They are an amazing source for inspirational videos on a range of topics. Their mantra is “Ideas worth Spreading”. Today I want to spread one of their ideas about Owning Our Grief.

Alana Sheera does an excellent job framing grief and talking about the way we begin to experience grief. It is not necessarily with death. Alana makes several excellent points throughout her talk, but the ones that really resonated with me were:

  • Grief is universal.
  • Grief isn’t just crying.
  • It is something we will all experience.

What did Alana say that you connected with?

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