LST editor Peter Clowney joins Hillary in the studio to help break some exciting news. Plus: John Moe, host of The Hilarious World of Depression, tells the story of a tiny furry friend… and a BIG moral dilemma.
Actress and comedian Casey Wilson’s mom died before Casey made it on TV, got married, and had a kid. Casey talks about the long, messy process of grieving her mom’s sudden death, and what it’s like to parent without a mother of your own.
Katie Couric had her dream job, her dream husband. After he died of colon cancer, Katie was left to raise their two girls young girls on her own—all while interviewing our nation’s most famous and infamous figures.
All kids have questions about death, and they can start really young. We brought in an expert to answer YOUR kids’ questions about death.
Picture book reccos from Sarah Troop, who answered kids’ questions about death in episode 65.
Last month we aired a story about Thomas and Giancarlo Roma, the father-son team who did a book together based on the loss of Giancarlo’s baby sister Mary. I had mentioned that I originally interviewed the Romas 12 years ago for a Studio 360 story. This week Studio 360 is airing my follow-up. You can […]
Joseph Primo of Good Grief, Inc. answers my questions on how to talk to young children about death, whether or not they’ve actually encountered loss. Plus, his personal list of preferable vs unpreferable ways to die.
Our morning routine: my daughter eats breakfast, gets dressed, brushes her teeth, gets in the car to go to daycare. And asks about death.