If Oprah can’t take someone’s awkward grieving process, what hope is there for the rest of us? - News Summed Up

If Oprah can’t take someone’s awkward grieving process, what hope is there for the rest of us?


When I need her, I call her.” She described leaving long messages on a voice recorder, as if they’re voice mails for Elias. It’s maybe important to note that I’m as sensitive as a ripening strawberry, and it’s possible that Winfrey meant it with admiration, or curiosity, but. “Woo-woo” is a semi-pejorative term referring to wellness or spiritual practices that are outside of the mainstream; people who are into “woo”-stuff will use it, sometimes, self-deprecatingly. ARTICLE CONTINUES BELOWIf Oprah Winfrey can’t take in the whole of someone else’s — awkward, maybe freaky — grieving process, what hope is there for the rest of us to understand, or be understood? It’s happened to me, and being what I guess is benignly neglected in grief felt worse than just being alone in it.


Source: thestar June 18, 2019 11:02 UTC



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