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Richard Carlson was 45 and in seemingly perfect health when he died suddenly of a pulmonary embolism on a flight from California to New York. Richard is well known as the best selling author of the self help classic, Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff.
I spoke with Richard’s wife Kristine Carlson, a best selling author in her own right, about the impact of losing Richard so suddenly. Her perspectives on grief, loss, and creating joy out of even the darkest moments are powerful. She also shared a story that I guarantee will make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up because it is SO unbelievable.
Connect with Kristine at kristinecarlson.com and check out her book HeartBroken Open: A True Story of Coming Alive Again After Profound Loss.