Dealing With Grief In The Time Of Coronavirus

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Posted: September 21 2020 @ 8:00 AM | From: www.adweek.com | Author: Kat Gordon

There's no shortage of grief in the world right now. Yet somehow a new breed of heartbreak has managed to find my address and pound down my door. My long-time creative partner, Marguerite Lutton, died suddenly in August. The news didn't just hit me hard, it hit me with an undercut. I think I've figured...

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