Updated: Apr 3
Death can leave a messy tangle of emotions for loved ones to figure out. One of the tricky ones-- anger. Not having the opportunity to say how you feel or ask questions, and realizing you’ll never get the chance, can perpetuate this feeling. Amanda Rotzal realized just how much anger she was holding on to after the death of both of her parents. In the months since we last spoke with her, she tackled her anger and discovered she was deserving of moving on with a happy life.
Plus, we discuss a SPOILER ALERT for the new Sex and the City reboot and how it will circle around grief.
Reactions of Amanda’s friends and family after hearing her on episode 11 of So Sorry For Your Loss
A blunt conversation with her husband that made her look at her grief and the anger she held on to
Realizing she deserved more and that letting go of anger is okay
Country music star Luke Bryan has a documentary that will air on IMBD TV about his life after multiple losses
*SPOILER ALERT* Leaked info about the upcoming Sex and the City reboot, And Just Like That and how it involves grief
Cast mates from Bravo’s Below Deck Mediterranean handling grief quite differently