Dear Amy: I’ve been in a bad place, and I’m a little surprised at the reason: I am grieving over the death of Matthew Perry.
I couldn’t identify why I was feeling so low, until I finally realized that what I was feeling was grief.
How can you grieve someone that you never knew personally?
I think maybe it has to do with what I felt this person gave to me.
I just wish I could say, “Thank you for all the laughs!”
What is your perspective on this type of thing?
I’d love to know what you think.
— Hurting in California
Dear Hurting: As of this writing, the death of this beloved actor is still very new, and I can well understand why you (and many others) feel very real grief over this loss.
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