Writer Stephanie Wittels Wachs received a phone call from her loving and successful brother Harris three days before the wedding to share some surprising news.
How was it? “He told me he was a drug addict,” vauxe said. He died two years later. Harris victor Seth is an enthusiastic and respected Hollywood comic writers, he became NBC company at the age of 30 joint executive producer of parks and recreation, and participate in the “master” in the awards show.
VAX’s life memoir, her loss and Shared lessons, everything was bad and good. “It came out of me in a way that I can only describe as exorcism,” she said. “I’ve used up all the negative emotions that I could have consumed. It’s a scary place and I really want to talk to him.”
What happened to her brother?
I think this is one of the reasons why I wrote this book. In this book, I call it the mad investigation phase – after some very pointless things, the people who stay here are responsible for understanding it. I think he has a tendency to overdo it. As a man, he is happy. He wanted everything on the buffet line, not just one thing. I also think he has a mind to never stop working. He has been joking and observing the world in the form of jokes, which I think can be very tiring. He needs to relax and close down. So I think these combinations are why we’re here.
I think the 30-day plan could be another high point. That’s another good height. You feel yourself, you feel your body, you feel your feelings, you feel controlled again, you think, well, I can do it again. I’m in a good place. I’ll use it again. it doesn’t matter One of the people who died after meeting us explained to us that it was a matter of “once again” mentality that often killed drug users
Is sister a noun or verb?
I can tell you that since his death, I really haven’t done anything but think, trade, write and respect my brother. I’ve been a verb since my death. I think I think so. I think I’ll always be his sister.
What about her mother and father?
When a child dies, it makes some Numbers in the family. Parents don’t want to bury their children. I think our family, because we have a basis for laughter and joy, and, you know, we’re a strange family, we love each other, and it’s really hard. Much of our attention is focused on grief. My mother’s grief is very active. In high school, she set up a support group for families in Houston who overdosed other family members. My father is 100 percent negative – he’s very lonely in his grief, and I think it’s harder for him. I think when you can’t talk about it and express it, it makes you eat… Like every family, you move on, you know?