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March 21, 2019

Dealing with Grief and loss on TV and beyond

Posted in: Media

I was honored to be asked to be a part of a post on grief and loss through TV and or movie. There are plenty of TV series and movies that can make you think of a lost loved. It took me a bit to actually think of  of a specific show. After talking it over with my better half Alaina, I finally decided on one. Thank you to Nicole for the opportunity to Interview

What was your TV series and or movie that makes
you think of someone that passed?

Why is did you choose this specific one?  How does it relate to your loved one? I would love to hear your choice.

Send me a message, Email or tweet.

Enjoy the post,
Tom

  1. This is one of Kelli’s favorite shows. Bonus points for using the word “mum” on a proper British blog. Smashing 🙂 Great job, great interview.

  2. Hi Tom, Without a doubt I have to say Stargate SG-1 reminds me of my husband. We were both Sci-Fi nuts and loved watching the show even before we met. We definitely had that in common, along with many other Sci-Fi shows.

    I started buying the Stargate CD boxed sets for him, however, he passed away before I collected the whole series for him. He’s been gone 10 years now and I still haven’t had the nerve to watch Stargate yet, but I will one of these days.

    I know some people think it’s silly for a grieving spouse to hang on to material things but somehow it does help. As time goes on, I’m beginning to let go of some things.

    Thanks for help in recalling that memory.

    • Its always good to recall old memories. I often dwell about how it would be if my mom was still here and how she would adore my 2 girls. Or my sister would be with them. It aches my heart, but what was meant to be is meant to be. We keep those memories close to us to help us grieve. Thank your story Monna! Have a great weekend.

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