Episode 63: Dr. Pauline Boss & Brian Eskow
Renowned Grief Counselor and Psychologist Dr. Pauline Boss has built a career legacy on challenging status quo thinking while she's made it her business to help people deal with grief as a result of various times of loss. In her new book: The Myth Of Closure: Ambiguous Loss in a Time of Pandemic and Change, Dr. Boss asks “How do we begin to cope with loss that cannot be resolved?” During this conversation on Tell Us The Truth, Dr. Boss delves deep into how the COVID-19 pandemic has left many of us haunted by feelings of anxiety, despair and even anger and why it is important to achieve a level of acceptance of Ambiguous Loss. Dr. Boss also calls out "Cancel Culture" & "Ghosting" as further examples of The Myth of Closure and why it is important for We as a society to avoid such attitudes.
Brian Eskow is a Podcaster, Law Student and Jewish American Man who has a perspective on Whoopi Goldberg's comments regarding the Holocaust not being about Racism. Brian pulls no punches regarding his perspective on whether Whoopi should have been suspended from The View for what she said, and ultimately about having conversations like this in public. This is as honest a conversation as you'll hear about a topic many are avoiding out of fear of being "Canceled".
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