E72: Waiting for the Other Shoe to Drop with Vivian Nunez

Vivian Nunez - Shelby Forsythia Coming Back

Vivian Nunez was Too Damn Young—too young to lose her mom at 10 and too young to lose her grandma at 21. Now, at 26, she's the founder and creator of Too Damn Young, a website that helps teens and young adults who have lost someone they love. We're talking about creating a personal vocabulary for grief when textbooks fail, coping with the anxiety of waiting for the other shoe to drop, what dating is like as a young grieving person, and how Vivian is making room for Latina grief in a space that is very, very white. Also this week, a quick reminder about Monday's Google Hangout!

Vivian Nunez's work, podcast, and community:
http://toodamnyoung.com/
https://www.instagram.com/vivnunez/

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