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When you lose someone, well-meaning people give you books full of supposedly uplifting platitudes: “Time heals all wounds.” “There is a purpose to this.” “You will find closure.” But, as non-religious baby-boomer Carla Malden says, she found them useless. She shares the highs and lows, sparing nothing in her truth-telling. You will be inspired by her candor and clarity as she speaks about her experience of living through the debilitating disease and death of her husband and work partner. She likens this time in her life to being strapped in a roller coaster that you never bought a ticket for. “You can do nothing but hold on. There are weeks where you are plummeting and weeks where you feel hopeful and things are on the rise.” This conversation explores the zigzagging emotions of living with a loved one who is battling a life threatening illness, as well as moving into widowhood. (hosted by Justine Willis Toms)
Carla Malden has been a screenwriter and published author. She began her career as the assistant to renowned director Elia Kazan. With her husband and screen writing partner, Laurence Starkman, she co-wrote many screenplays and produced and wrote several award winning short films.
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To learn more about the work of Carla Malden go to www.carlamalden.com.
Host: Justine Willis Toms Interview Date: 9/6/2012 Program Number: 3449
From Album: Prayer For Compassion Artist: David Darling 2009 Wind Over the Earth #WE2340
Opening Essay: Track 02 Prayer for Compassion Music Break 1: Track 04 As Long As Grasses Grow and Rivers Run Music Break 2: Track 04 As Long As Grasses Grow and Rivers Run Music Break 3: Track 11 Heaven Here on Earth
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