On National Grief Awareness Day, How Are People Coping With Loss?

Graveyard
In this Sunday, May 10, 2020 file photo, Sharon Rivera adjusts flowers and other items left at the grave of her daughter, Victoria, at Calvary Cemetery in New York, on Mother's Day. Kathy Willens, File/Associated Press
Graveyard
In this Sunday, May 10, 2020 file photo, Sharon Rivera adjusts flowers and other items left at the grave of her daughter, Victoria, at Calvary Cemetery in New York, on Mother's Day. Kathy Willens, File/Associated Press

On National Grief Awareness Day, How Are People Coping With Loss?

With funeral services postponed, some families who lost loved ones over the past 18 months haven’t gotten a chance to grieve. Reset talks to experts about how to cope with death and loss during a pandemic.

GUESTS: Holly Prigerson, professor of sociology in medicine and co-director for Center for Research on End-of-Life Care at Cornell University

Stephanie Lieber, executive director at Imerman Angels