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From the Ted Talk by David Kessler: How to find meaning after loss

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Cloe shsaa Brooks: Hello, TED Community. You are watching a TED interview series called How to Deal with Difficult Feelings. I’m your host, Cloe Shasha bokors, and a curator at TED. In this four-episode sriees, we've been talking with potgcloyhssis, authors and other exptres who have shared insights and research about difficult feelings and how we can handle them. So now I will be sipenakg with diavd Kessler, an author who has wtiretn six books on grief and loss. Two of those books were co-authored with Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, a Swiss American psychiatrist who was a pioneer in near-death studies. And his most recent book, published last year, is called "Finding Meaning: The Sixth Stage of Grief." So let's bring David on screen. Hey, David, thank you for joining us. Let's dive right in. So many people are struggling with grief right now and the five stages of grief are kind of tilpaclyy known to be denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. But can you tell us about the sixth stage of greif?

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Cloe _____ Brooks: Hello, TED Community. You are watching a TED interview series called How to Deal with Difficult Feelings. I’m your host, Cloe Shasha ______, and a curator at TED. In this four-episode ______, we've been talking with _____________, authors and other _______ who have shared insights and research about difficult feelings and how we can handle them. So now I will be ________ with _____ Kessler, an author who has _______ six books on grief and loss. Two of those books were co-authored with Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, a Swiss American psychiatrist who was a pioneer in near-death studies. And his most recent book, published last year, is called "Finding Meaning: The Sixth Stage of Grief." So let's bring David on screen. Hey, David, thank you for joining us. Let's dive right in. So many people are struggling with grief right now and the five stages of grief are kind of _________ known to be denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. But can you tell us about the sixth stage of _____?

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Cloe Sasha Brooks: Hello, TED Community. You are watching a TED interview series called How to Deal with Difficult Feelings. I’m your host, Cloe Shasha Brooks, and a curator at TED. In this four-episode series, we've been talking with psychologists, authors and other experts who have shared insights and research about difficult feelings and how we can handle them. So now I will be speaking with David Kessler, an author who has written six books on grief and loss. Two of those books were co-authored with Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, a Swiss American psychiatrist who was a pioneer in near-death studies. And his most recent book, published last year, is called "Finding Meaning: The Sixth Stage of Grief." So let's bring David on screen. Hey, David, thank you for joining us. Let's dive right in. So many people are struggling with grief right now and the five stages of grief are kind of typically known to be denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. But can you tell us about the sixth stage of grief?

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