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Sorry, I'm Sad

Kelsie Snow

When her husband was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) and given 6-12 months to live, Kelsie Snow avoided other people's sad stories as a rule, but as time wore on she found herself seeking them out. Snow, a former sports reporter for The Boston Globe, Los Angeles Times and St. Paul Pioneer Press, began writing about her life on her website and learned there is comfort in knowing how others have loved, lost and kept going. Sorry, I'm Sad chronicles the Snows' story in real-time. From the desperate early days, to the hopefulness of a promising clinical trial, to heartbreaking setbacks and constant grappling with mortality, Kelsie, her husband Chris, an assistant general manager of the NHL's Calgary Flames, and others they have met along the way share stories about grief, loss and the importance of hope.
Q&A: Chris and Kelsie Answer Your QuestionsJune 15, 2022 Episode artwork Living Impossible: Steve Gleason on Radical Acceptance & Life with ALSMay 25, 2022 Episode artwork Not According to Plan: Nicole Briscoe on Infertility and Miscarriage May 18, 2022 Episode artwork What if it All Works Out: One Year Later with Sandra AbrevayaMay 11, 2022 Episode artwork Where We Go From Here: ICU Doctor Darren Markland on Weathering the PandemicMay 04, 2022 Episode artwork Aftershocks: The Fallout of a Stroke at 34 Years OldApril 06, 2022 Episode artwork Today I Choose Joy: Jessie's Life & Death with ALSMarch 23, 2022 Episode artwork A Good Death: Ryan Leslie on His Mom’s Use of Medical Assistance in DyingMarch 09, 2022 Episode artwork A New Normal: The Gill's Story, Part TwoFebruary 23, 2022 Episode artwork A New Normal: Richi & Raman Gill on Loving a Life They Never ImaginedFebruary 16, 2022 Episode artwork I Never Got to Hold Her: Honoring Aria, Born SleepingFebruary 02, 2022 Episode artwork The Stories We Share: Nicky Elson on Her Mother's DeathJanuary 19, 2022 Episode artwork In Sickness: Navigating Illness in MarriageDecember 15, 2021 Episode artwork Sheldon Kennedy on Sexual Abuse, Healing and Affecting ChangeDecember 01, 2021 Episode artwork For the Love of Food: Julie Van Rosendaal on Cooking, Connection & Self KindnessNovember 03, 2021 Episode artwork A Life Worth Living: Drew Robinson's Second ChanceOctober 20, 2021 Episode artwork When Things Fall Apart: Chris Jones Talks Shattered Narratives & Hanging OnOctober 06, 2021 Episode artwork Evelyn's Story: Heather Roy on Grief, Gratitude and Every Parent's Worst NightmareSeptember 22, 2021 Episode artwork The Losses Pile Up: From Fading Smile to Feeding TubeSeptember 08, 2021 Episode artwork 42 Days to Say Goodbye: Christina FrangouJune 30, 2021 Episode artwork All the Colors Came Out: Part 2 with Kate FaganJune 23, 2021 Episode artwork All the Colors Came Out: Author Kate Fagan on Lessons Her Dad Left BehindJune 16, 2021 Episode artwork What We Leave Behind: Melanie Masterson's Life with Terminal CancerJune 02, 2021 Episode artwork Searching for Hope, They Started a Movement: Sandra AbrevayaMay 19, 2021 Episode artwork How Our Suffering Shapes Us: Ryan StraschnitzkiMay 05, 2021 Episode artwork