Our panel gets personal about loss, plus Albert Hsu on surviving his dad’s suicide, and what to do if you can’t connect with your parents on a deep level.
Featured musical artist: Jonathan Cain
A woman who lost her husband to suicide, a man who helped a youth group grieve a death, and a woman whose son died tragically and is estranged from her daughter come together to talk about hope after physical and relational loss.
It was Thursday morning. Albert Hsu and his wife were getting ready for work when his mom called, sobbing. His father had killed himself. Albert tells us his story of dealing with shock, lament and guilt, and trusting God when life doesn’t make sense. Today is “R U OK Day,” so we’re talking to Albert about his book “Grieving a Suicide: A Loved One’s Search for Comfort, Answers and Hope.”
Guests: Marina Mayberry,
What can you do if you want to have deep conversations with your parents, but they won’t open up to you? A listener is wondering why she can connect on meaningful levels with strangers at airports, but not with her mom and dad. We ask one of our certified counselors to weigh in.