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"jason rosenthal" Discussed on Acquired

Acquired

04:55 min | 10 months ago

"jason rosenthal" Discussed on Acquired

"Yup okay david so take us forward. They sell the business to hp. What's going on after that. So we've alluded to needing a couple times along the way mark head started naming. A what year is this. What year stops sale. I can't we did the episode with michelle easter. Yeah which was so great that hp and bought the company way back in early acquired history. So i wanna say it was two thousand five. I think actually don't ever in down. When mark started naming it was two thousand. Seven when obsolete was sold to hp okay so mark was gone along with ning and anding was sort of a away for any community to launch their own social network. I guess kind of in a way like what we have with our slack like white label facebook. Yeah once again ahead of its time mark. I think was not super thrilled with how that was going so he ended up stepping back fulltime brought in right after the acquisition doppler acquisition brought in jason rosenthal from ops wear who had been a netscape guy before that to come in and run ning mark. Step back to just being a chairman so remembered now in two thousand seven. We're now in the heyday of web. Two point zero which it's so funny like any other point in time if we hadn't had the tech bubble and the crash and everything lived through here. The rest of the market would have been gaga over. Facebook linked in singa shudder fly and was stored. Butterfield's i flicker Flicker and everything that was going on. It was so exciting in the valley. But because everybody's still had the hangover from web one dotto valuations were miniscule for these companies will in two thousand two thousand one two thousand to even in two thousand three venture firms weren't raising new funds so everyone's precious holding onto the last sunday..

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"jason rosenthal" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:42 min | 2 years ago

"jason rosenthal" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Part of a clinical trial through Northwell health in New York they are now testing it in a combination with hydroxy Clore cling to see if it helps fight the virus this came after it was observed that some patients in China taking the drug came out better than patients not taking the drug researchers say that some of the study will be available in a few weeks but no indication on when the info or the combo of drugs will be released Cairo radio your first source said no would understand coronavirus the morning news about a love story sort of the comfortable on March third twenty seventeen The New York Times published a modern love essay titled you may want to marry my husband by Chicago's Amy Krouse Rosenthal the essay went viral and ten days later at fifty one years old Amy died Amy was in home hospice she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer that's Jason Rosenthal Amy's husband and the subject of the essay in the peace Amy revealed her diagnosis and essentially creates a dating profile for her husband she was soft all of Jason's best qualities he's a great cook handsome and kind a wonderful dad to their three grown children and he always wears cool socks in the piece of she essentially gives him permission to find love and happiness after she's gone but Jason had no idea she was writing the essay she wanted that to be a surprise and so I didn't know until I read the final piece you know I read it before she published it but I didn't know before now three years later Jason has written a book called my wife said it you may want to marry me the book starts with his fairy tale twenty five year relationship with Amy but it's also about how to handle loss and grief and the journey to finding happiness again did you feel any pressure to kind of put a bow around the story because it you know it can become kind of a romantic comedy the movie plot it's like she writes this essay you know and then what happens next in the end of the movie has to be that you found this next great love but you know in these pics are still on the mantle I mean do you find that people really want you to fill in the blanks in a Hollywood style no I appreciate that question yeah and I got a but no if your question is do I feel the pressure and then I feel the pressure now is trying to get through you know and I I don't rule out the idea of a of a new relationship a permanent new relationship but I don't live my life saying well I better do that because of the story did you have a sleepless in Seattle experience Inspur you were getting a lot of mail from women who are interested in dating him you know what I did for sure you know I I do glued some in my book because they brought the humor in it was fun and it was funny but the reality is that much higher percentage of them were just really beautiful open honest correspondence to me just trying to connect with me on a level where you know these people are going through maybe something difficult in their life and want to connect with me in total and complete strangers Jason is a strong believer of being with your grief not hiding it away or forcing yourself to move on after a certain amount of time he says the grief of losing a loved one has parallels to the emotions that some of us are feeling right now during quarantine it feels like this period of time will last forever it feels like an unbearable amount of time but I think any of us who've been through significant loss have this perspective of time I just want people to be confident that we will indeed get through it it's tough people have lost their jobs and god forbid their loved ones lives and but I think that as we proceed forward we're gonna look back on this period of time is extraordinarily difficult time but it will be in the rear window one day for a link to Jason's new book my wife said you may want to marry me go to my northwest dot com slash Rachel bell I don't know if you're the original piece that the the I didn't wife drove all the way now that's what we hope for our loved ones though isn't it I think if I get offered as part of yeah it is it is it will tear up this this thing about it is that because it was it was so pretty and I and I assume that you do you know obviously told them all that before she passed away but how many of us don't that's what I'm saying what a gift she gave him to free him of the burden of what would my loved one want for me would this be okay should I feel guilty this that I mean we all want the best for those that we love and and she gave him the ultimate gift by it by allowing him to do that sell them and I imagine that he must have been flooded with responses analogy and talk about pressure right I guess I I imagine though those early responses or not the panel you want to be partners like too soon right into like a household names you know eventually the notoriety with will fade and you can get to a generalization I thinks of things very tough if you if you are in the public eye to know which relationships are gonna be gentle and which ones are well I follow the story and I have been for the last decade of of a man who lost his wife she had emergency C. section and it was a pulmonary embolism I believe never got to hold her newborn daughter and course this was all happening at the same time I was pregnant with my first right so I should not have been reading that no light you know ever since because he was keeping a blog anyways it was a high school sweetheart and I just loved their story and I followed his blog than this tragedy happened and I've been following him ever since and and he did I think ten years after his daughter's birth find love again and now they have a daughter together and it it's been amazing to watch the end he still every year marks the anniversary of his his first wife's you know passing and she still very much part of their lives so you can move on you can love again and still love the one you lost it it's absolutely possible with the right kind of counseling and it's important to remember now because you I mean that story just told that that's not one of those things were how could things possibly get any worse right have you ever step back from that and yet and yet you do it seems impossible with with time and love in counseling and friends and and all of that if anything is possible today is a happy day though days yes it is grandpa again daughter the the older daughter I know my younger daughter started getting all these notes after I mentioned it earlier saying congratulations on your second number friends must be listening you spoiled it for her Dave each of them now has as one child so yes Lucy Lucy Emma your new granddaughter I know that so so she was just born early this morning early this morning congradulations is that what you were playing such a jovial tune on the piano.

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"jason rosenthal" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"jason rosenthal" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Learning all right yeah he's halfway there I'm just starting yeah he's a he's a fresh little baby in a lower case D. J. rage well I'm gonna play you this story right here right now on March third twenty seventeen The New York Times published a modern love essay titled you may want to marry my husband by Chicago's Amy Krouse Rosenthal the essay went viral and ten days later at fifty one years old Amy died Amy was in home hospice she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer that's Jason Rosenthal Amy's husband and the subject of the essay in the peace Amy revealed her diagnosis and essentially creates a dating profile for her husband she was off all of Jason's best qualities he's a great cook handsome and kind a wonderful dad to their three grown children and he always wears cool socks in the piece that she essentially gives him permission to find love and happiness after she's gone but Jason had no idea she was writing the essay she wanted that to be a surprise and so I didn't know until I read the final piece you know I read it before she published it but I didn't know before now three years later Jason has written a book called my wife said it you may want to marry me the book starts with his fairy tale twenty five year relationship with Amy but it's also about how to handle loss and grief and the journey to finding happiness again did you feel any pressure to kind of put a bow around the story because it you know it can become kind of a romantic comedy the movie plot it's like she writes this essay you know and then what happens next in the end of the movie has to be that you found this next great love but you know in these pics are still on the mantle I mean do you find that people really want you to fill in the blanks in a Hollywood style no I appreciate that question yeah and I get it but no idea if your question is do I feel the pressure and then I feel the pressure now is trying to get through you know and I I don't rule out the idea of a of a new relationship a permanent new relationship but I don't live my life saying well I better do that because of the story now did you have a sleepless in Seattle experience where you were getting a lot of mail from women who are interested in dating him you know what I I did for sure you know I I do glued some in my book because they brought me humor and it was fun and it was funny but the reality is that much higher percentage of them were just really beautiful open honest correspondence to me just trying to connect with me a level where you know these people are going through maybe something difficult in their life and want to connect with me in total and complete strangers Jason is a strong believer of being with your grief not hiding it away or forcing yourself to move on after a certain amount of time he says the grief of losing a loved one has parallels to the emotions that some of us are feeling right now during quarantine it feels like this period of time will last forever our governor just continued to be stay at home order for another month it feels like an unbearable amount of time but I think any of us have been through significant loss have this perspective of time I just want people to be confident that we will indeed get through it it's tough people have lost their jobs and god forbid their loved ones lives and but I think that as we proceed forward we're gonna look back on this period of time is extraordinarily difficult time but it will be in the we're in the window one day for a link to Jason's new book my wife said you may want to marry me go to my northwest dot com slash Rachel bell I am fascinated by this idea of loss and love and it reminds me of Patton Oswalt the comedian who we've talked about a few times who he you guys know Patton Oswalt looking up but he's in a bunch of stuff but he lost his wife two I think cancer yes and very quickly I'm saying with their quotes got remarried and call it like within a couple months maybe within a year for sure everything last year a year yeah I got a bunch of Flack from people online like yo dude like and he's he and he said listen man love is love like this is what she would want for me all that stuff so to see it just laid out as as as it was in this in this story I think is super interesting yeah I was gonna bring up the same thing but I was gonna bring up nor Machen Ernie who was a guest on my podcast you has a podcast around called terrible thanks for asking and she lost her husband her father and a pregnancy within like two months and so she sends it writes books and she's at a Ted talk and everything is about grief and she remarried a year after her husband died and she was crazy in love with him at a child and the same thing people are like well how could you do that maybe she wasn't really in love with him maybe something was going on and she's like listen you can be in love with two people at the same time I didn't plan on this happening it just happened you know and then I have a friend whose husband passed away unexpectedly five years ago and she hasn't been on a single day to kiss anyone she wears a wedding ring so I think it's taught me but nor especially taught me not to be judgmental about when people find love again because people want to judge that so bad enough so badly primarily I think people who maybe are are struggling in their own way in that regard right I mean right I think anyone who has been through something even even a sort of a mild an allergy to to that I I think understands that you can't find somebody else I mean as much as it seems like an awful thing because of what you're doing by finding that other person is admitting right real nature of love right right to everyone and I are forcing them to kind of confront it and that is that it's not necessarily one person forever right yeah which is like a very uncomfortable idea a lot and get very if they're they're talking they're telling you more about themselves than the telling you about anything about their relationships well he said that was partly why he wanted to write this book was that people kept saying to him he said mostly men but also some women that they just felt so guilty and they felt like their partner was watching them even though they had passed away and so they were like I just can't do this because I'm being watched all the time and so kind of the idea of him just saying you know yeah you can still be grieving but you can also move on at the same time I asked him directly if he was dating somebody else and he skirted the question and you heard in the clip that you said you know I'd be open to to dating someone permanently again which made me think he wasn't dating anyone but if you Google it he totally Islam so people magazine reports that he is I think part of the reason he didn't want to say anything is that I learned from reading online I think the last chapter of his book kind of reveals that so maybe he doesn't want to like ruin the surprise but you know he is dating somebody again I think so there's something to be said to about the idea that the the one of the best pieces of advice people like to give you when you break up with somebody or relationship bands like get back out there you know you'll you'll find somebody heal your broken heart that kind of thing and that that idea I speak about in like a cheap way like you're like you're upset just go have a couple feelings and and it'll make you feel better the best way to get over someone to get on to somebody right exactly that's the phrase I can remember yeah and I think people are used to quick turn around in that context but maybe not necessarily for something that really means a lot like and capital L. love and it is it's just a very challenging idea that that is that is fascinating and I'm glad he did a story about after I had a really bad break up I was telling my friend I just never I'm never gonna need to but again and actually it's a lean our friend yeah Wynn who does the music for my podcast she looked at me and she rolled her eyes she looked so annoyed he said this is stupid going to be someone else and I actually think about that all the time because sometimes you need that kind of blackness from someone is kind of you know you don't always want to hear it but I was like oh.

The New York Times D. J.
"jason rosenthal" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"jason rosenthal" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Bring the show down you're sad stories you can you know what Jacob that story so it's his fault yes I threw it right under the bus this is a happy story yeah right it's a hot it's like happy and sad get to it okay so on March third twenty seventeen The New York Times published a modern love essay called you may want to marry my husband it was written by a Chicago a Chicago woman named M. O. might Amy Krouse Rosenthal in this essay went completely viral I'll tell you it was about a moment and ten days after this story was released at fifty one years old Amy passed away from ovarian cancer so she wrote this piece it while she was in home hospice without anyone in our family knowing she wanted that to be a surprise and so I didn't know until I read the final piece you know I read it before she published it but I didn't know before that's her husband Jason Rosenthal who is just come out with a new book called my wife said you may want to marry me so in the piece that Amy wrote she revealed her diagnosis and then she essentially creates a dating profile for her husband she lists off all of his best traits he was a great cook he was handsome he was kind he was a great dad to our kids he was really cool socks and essentially gave them the permission to find love and happiness after she was gone not knowing that she would pass away quite so quickly ten days later so obviously when she passed away he was in this cloud of grief but he's also you know getting letters from all over the world and he is the subject of this viral article so like I said he has written this book now three years later called my wife said you may want to marry me and he talks about his relationship with Amy but he also talks about how to handle loss and grief and to find happiness did you feel any pressure to kind of put a bow around the story because it you know it can become kind of a romantic comedy the movie plot it's like she writes this essay you know and then what happens next in the end of the movie has to be that you found this next great love but you know in these pics are still on the mantle I mean do you find that people really want you to fill in the blanks in a Hollywood style no I appreciate that question yeah and I got it but no if your question is do I feel the pressure and then I feel the pressure now is trying to get through you know and I I I don't rule out the idea of a of a new relationship a permanent new relationship but I don't live my life saying well I better do that because of the story now did you have a sleepless in Seattle experience where you were getting a lot of mail from women who are interested in dating him you know what I did for sure you know I I do glued some in my book because they brought the humor in it was fun and it was funny but the reality is that much higher percentage of them were just really beautiful open honest correspondence to me just trying to connect with me on a level where you know these people are going through maybe something difficult in their life and want to connect with me in total and complete strangers see the difference between Jason and I I'm like isn't your life just a movie he's like actually it's meaningful I like the way you listen to this music actually now oh no no no no I'm so decent is a proponent of being with your grief not hiding it away not saying oh this many years has passed now I have to be over my at my wife who passed away and you know moving on and he says there are some parallels of grieving someone you love and being caught up in home quarantine it feels like this period of time will last forever our governor just continued the stay at home order for another month it feels like an unbearable amount of time but I think any of us have been through significant loss have this perspective of time I just want people to be confident that we will indeed get through it it's tough people have lost their jobs and god forbid their loved ones lives and but I think that as we proceed forward we're gonna look back on this period of time is extraordinarily difficult time but it will be in the rear window window one day Hey I got a question I've got a question I need to call me the call so in the article about this guy there is a suggestion that our hinted that or a statement that he won't elaborate on that he has found another love did that come up at all in your situation is I notice he said no he didn't feel any pressure to find love to a rapid put a bow around it but apparently he is in a serious relationship right now I don't think he is I asked him a question and I asked if he had found love and in that question he didn't answer it at all he he talked about something else but he answered another question I asked him by saying you know I think it was and I thought he said I you know I don't feel like I need to find permanent love right now what I find he's going he's going on a date but if you're out there new girlfriend you're not permanent yeah okay just miss right now I think when people talk about doesn't fit our romantic comedy script not at all I would say you guys would not hit it off very well I don't think so now why is that but he was too deep for her I like an emotional manner always seated very emotional man but he doesn't seem like he has as much of a self or a sense of humor about it did his wife was dying of ovarian cancer mention that my husband's kind of that human hair well what he is and this might not work with Rachel he's a very introverted she was the extrovert and he was very introverted and now his life is his deepest ones have been exposed to this you know extroverted world and he has to try to cope with that I think is is hesitation with that Rachel is not so much that he doesn't listen to humor you just he's very internalized yeah that's his hesitation with not wanting to date me what about you hello the I think the his perspective on loss whether the loss of his wife for the loss of a job or the loss of the business or the loss of time or whatever it is it is true and it is hackneyed and it is the belief and it is true to everyone's life experiences lost that time heals all wounds yeah and that you can look back five years ten years fifteen years ago I remember the pain it's not as president it's still there in a different form but you'll look back on the fact that we spent these three months or whatever it is that the governor continues to keep us bound up in the house spreading the virus it's seventy degrees with twenty two percent humidity in the home transaction that you look back on and with the member that five years ago and that the pain will not be yeah I'm as wrong and also you know with grief there is a great writer and she's a podcaster name's Nora Machen Ernie and she lost her husband died within a span of two months and she also lost a baby and all of us and I just totally forgot what I was going to say so let's call for my job but it's about three I I did not read a book so that's bye for now the question okay well what she did she changed the idea of grief for me where she was extremely extremely in love with her husband had a child together he passed away while they were in love but she married someone the next year an ordinarily if I would have encountered that in my life for a celebrity doing that I would have automatically judge them in and just had my own ideas of you know maybe she wasn't really in love with her husband I can't believe she moved on so quickly but nor has talked about it so much that I don't feel that way anymore I feel like you know it's not that she has moved on from her you know husband who passed away she said you can be in love with two people at the same time I'm still in love with my husband who passed away and I'm in love with my new husband and I think you know I don't judge anyone anymore if they meet someone right away or if they never meet anyone again I mean I have a very very good friend who lost her husband five years ago and she hasn't been on a single date and she wears her wedding ring and I just kind of feel like whatever anyone wants to do it you're still trying to find some someone to judge don't you of course I'm Jewish.

Jacob The New York Times
"jason rosenthal" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

09:25 min | 2 years ago

"jason rosenthal" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"With the rubber gloves socks like these on a service center you know Larry king used to have people on I never read the books right Tom because he died yep my my do is haven't read the book so I'm not going to read the book because it would be if you're not looking at the charts during their president's press conference hello Kelly no go ahead so I'm going to pull a Larry King here I have not seen what Rachel's going to talk about so when she comes in here I'm gonna pull a Larry King hold on to get her in here joining us you've written a book what why did you decide to write this book Mr king I haven't written about that actually so why haven't you written a book yet more you are going to write a book when he got to write a book about hello delayed go ahead I love how your laziness and lack of preparation is being turned into a fun bit the whole thing I'm not gonna lie I'm not going to look at what you're doing today it's good but it's a role that let's call roll I'm really looking down to read I don't know no I need you to now I can handle it you can just react in the service if you're gonna bring the show down with your sad stories you can you know what Jacob told me to do this sad story so it's his fault yes I threw it right under the bus hi this is a happy story yeah right it's a happy it's like happy and sad get to it okay so on March third twenty seventeen The New York Times published a modern love essay called you may want to marry my husband it was written by a Chicago a Chicago woman named M. O. might Amy Krouse Rosenthal in this essay went completely viral I'll tell you it was about a moment and ten days after this story was released at fifty one years old Amy passed away from ovarian cancer so she wrote this piece that while she was in home hospice without anyone in our family knowing she wanted that to be a surprise and so I didn't know until I read the final piece you know I read it before she published it but I didn't know before that's her husband Jason Rosenthal who is just come out with a new book called my wife said you may want to marry me so in the piece that Amy wrote she revealed her diagnosis and then she essentially creates a dating profile for her husband she lists off all of his best traits he was a great cook he was handsome he was kind he was a great dad to our kids he was really cool socks and essentially gave him the permission to find love and happiness after she was gone but not knowing that she would pass away quite so quickly ten days later so obviously when she passed away he was in this cloud of grief but he's also you know getting letters from all over the world and he is the subject of this viral article so like I said he has written this book now three years later called my wife said you may want to marry me and he talks about his relationship with Amy but he also talks about how to handle loss and grief and to find happiness did you feel any pressure to kind of put a bow around the story because it you know it can become kind of a romantic comedy the movie plot it's like she writes this essay you know and then what happens next in the end of the movie has to be that you found this next great love but you know in these pics are still on the mantle I mean do you find that people really want you to fill in the blanks in a Hollywood style no I appreciate that question yeah and I got a but no the if your question is do I feel the pressure and then I feel the pressure now is trying to get through you know and I I don't rule out the idea of a of a new relationship a permanent new relationship but I don't live my life saying well I better do that because of the story did you have a sleepless in Seattle experience where you were getting a lot of mail from women who are interested in dating him you know what I did for sure you know I I do glued some my book because they brought the humor in it was fun and it was funny but the reality is that a much higher percentage of them were just really beautiful open honest correspondence to me just trying to connect with me on a level where you know these people are going through maybe something difficult in their life and want to connect with me a total and complete strangers see the difference between Jason and I I'm like isn't your life just a movie he's like actually it's meaningful I like the way listen to this music actually no I don't no no no no I'm so decent is a proponent of being with your grief not hiding it away not saying oh this many years has passed now I have to be over my at my wife who passed away and you know moving on and he says there are some parallels of grieving someone you love and being caught up in home quarantine it feels like this period of time will last forever our governor just continued the stay at home order for another month it feels like an unbearable amount of time but I think any of us have been through significant loss have this perspective of time I just want people to be confident that we will indeed get through it it's tough people have lost their jobs and god for bid their loved ones lives and but I think that as we proceed forward we're gonna look back on this period of time is extraordinarily difficult time but it will be in the rear window window one day go ahead Larry that yeah you're you're the quest yeah did you read the book did you read my wife said you may want to marry me so what was it they found most what about writing that book and you're right you're right in the morning with your muses get you at night Hey I got a question I've got a question or call me the call so in the article about this guy there is a suggestion that our hinted that or a statement that he won't elaborate on that he has found another love did that come up at all in your situation is I notice he said no he didn't feel any pressure to find love to a rapid put a bow around it but apparently he is in a serious relationship right now I don't think he is I asked him a question and I asked if he had found love and in that question he didn't answer it at all he he talked about something else but he answered another question I asked him by saying you know I think it was and I cut he said I you know I don't feel like I need to find permanent love right now when I find maybe he's going to he's going on a date but if you're out there new girlfriend you're not permanent yeah okay just minutes right now I think when people talk about doesn't fit our romantic comedy script not at all I would say you guys would not hit it off very well I don't think so now why is that but he was too deep for her I like an emotional man I've always stated very emotional man but he doesn't seem like he has as much of a self or a sense of humor about it did his wife was dying of ovarian cancer mention that my husband's kind of that humor in hair well what he is and this might not work with Rachel he's a very introverted she was the extrovert and he was very introverted and now his life is his deepest wounds have been exposed to this you know extroverted world and he has to try to cope with that I think is his hesitation with that Rachel is not so much that he doesn't listen to humor you just he's very internalized yeah that's his hesitation with not wanting to date me what about you hello the I think the his perspective on loss whether the loss of his wife for the loss of a job or the loss of a business or the loss of time or whatever it is it is true and it is hackneyed and it is the belief and it is true to everyone's life experiences lost that time heals all wounds yeah and that you can look back five years ten years fifteen years ago I remember the pain it's not as president it's still there in a different form but you'll look back on the fact that we spent these three months or whatever it is that the governor continues to keep us bound up in the house spreading the virus it's seventy degrees with twenty two percent humidity in the home transaction that you look back on and with the member that five years ago and that the pain will not be yeah as wrong and also you know with grief there is a great writer and she's a podcaster name's Nora Machen Ernie and she lost her husband died within a span of two months and she also lost a baby and all of us and I just totally forgot what I was going to say so let's call for my job as well as about three I I did not read a book so that's bye for now the question okay well what she did she changed the idea of grief for me where she was extremely extremely in love with her husband had a child together he passed away while they were in love but she married someone the next year an ordinarily if I would have encountered that in my life for a celebrity doing that I would have automatically judge that in and just have my own ideas of you know maybe she wasn't really in love with her husband I can't believe she moved on so quickly but nor has talked about it so much that I don't feel that way anymore I feel like you know it's not that she has moved on from her you know husband who passed away she said you can be in love with two people at the same time I'm still in love with my husband who passed away and I'm in love with my new husband and I think you know I don't judge anyone anymore if they meet someone right away or if they never meet anyone again I mean I have a very very good friend who lost her husband five years ago and she hasn't been on a single date and she wears her wedding ring and I just kind of feel like whatever anyone wants to do it you're still trying to find some someone to judge don't you of course I'm Jewish.

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"jason rosenthal" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:00 min | 2 years ago

"jason rosenthal" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Symptoms like fatigue and and a number of other symptoms and we have it all on our website but that the issue is that these have to be very prevalent so those are the symptoms and have everybody. yeah the others hi and it's not like with cervical cancer is not like you can get a pass smear and then that like helps the screening right is there a test right now is not an early detection test okay yes I notice you said those are very freak if you go into your general practitioner with everything that you just said. they probably gonna say well you know what this period related to our son go home here some Advil have some fun yeah I I just don't know if that that the medical community and I know just being a part of my family my wife whenever she has any sort of symptoms like that a practitioner usually just like man and so I don't know how do you get the medical community to move in that direction take this kind of more seriously when it comes early detection well not only that but women are tough you know and so they see the signs and symptoms and they just blow it off as his normal aches and pains and things like that so that's why we emphasize awareness as we're trying to do so the yellow yellow umbrella party which is so significant for Amy and and and so many of the projects that she worked on what we can expect at the park west would would what do you guys putting together for this event will win Betsy and I started talking about it I said to her I want to do a non fund raiser fundraiser because you know Amy and I am in particular was not very fond of going to going to you know rubber chicken luncheon where people ask you for money so by necessity we're going to have to do some traditional elements to a fund raising event but we're trying to make it a non fundraiser fundraisers others yeah and Jason how are you doing how are you doing are you kids doing. that was quick segue. I mean I realize we were started talking to you we didn't ask you. very nice I'm doing okay thank you for asking we're doing well you know grief is a sort of long lasting unforgiving yeah beast and it's sort of unknown how that's gonna at the library turning right yeah yeah yeah yeah you have Jason obviously that this is terrible to talk about losing a spouse but you have put together a Ted talk and you have started to you doing to Chicago ideas week you doing other things about grief and about how to handle it and how to how to how you've done it how how difficult is that to to not just deal with her own grief but then to be a spokesperson for it's it's hard but it's one of the most meaningful things of it ever done in my life which is why I continue to do it you know a lot of people ask me how can you get back to this topic time and time again and it's of course emotional but first so I I I don't mind accessing those emotions it's important to me to to remember those feelings and and secondly and more importantly I have resonated with so many people literally around the world on the issue of loss and grief as well as resilience and how to sort of flow through this process you have become because of Amy's work and because many species in New York times about you such a thing is anyone want to date my husband you become in this this strange way almost. a viral sensation because of this is it folly people know you walk in and because of that piece it it was Amy's last big sort of big multimedia piece that she did before she died it was all about how great you are. right well I mean if you were to Google Jason B. Rosenthal before that article came out you would literally find absolutely nothing I wasn't on social media I barely there was another Jason Rosenfeld was a lawyer in Chicago you probably found his office address you know but that certainly has changed quite a bit I'm not a I'm not do you like it do you like that that people. no you for that I mean not necessarily that for that but did the idea that now you're you Google and it's near all well I think what I'm doing for me is very very meaningful and so if that means a little bit of public notoriety that's fine yeah that's okay but I wouldn't categorise it is yeah you know I've I've I like it I that kind of a thing yeah. yeah it feels very very meaningful to me you know the amazing thing about the end of Amy's life was that you guys because you wanted to hospice she had the ability to plan out and she's such a planner she was such an organizer and you're so creative in doing so. in your in that experience I would I would assume that conversation came up about what was next and what how this was going to kind of play out knowing what the prognosis was did that help you did it help you with the the grief with with the plan for what was next for you the fact that you have this time with your wife to talk about those things without question yeah and that's why I've really encourage people to start the dialogue you know earlier when you're healthy when you're in a good relationship the or even with your parents and siblings and friends however we didn't specifically talk about the piece itself you know we talked about the topic of me moving on and how she wanted me to find you know another life in another love and things like that but we did not talk about the contents of that piece so you were surprised by it than we do you do you sometimes chuckle to yourself knowing that your wife really thrust you into the limelight in this way with this maybe a parting gift in some way by Amy it's really interesting because it's more of the lot since it came out up until today two and a half years later and I think I have the perspective now the. that gift that Amy gave me was based on her you know knowing me better than any human being in the world and she must have known in some way that that would give me peace and give me the ability to you know find joy and happiness in my in my new life we don't mean to diminish at all your journey right now in this grief process which will as we said last you an entire lifetime because you have to live the rest of your life without your beloved Amy but the way that you carry yourself the joy that emanates from you as a human being is it's very palpable I mean it's you do have so much joy and I think it's incredible that you're giving back in this way. thank you so much all right so the event is at the park west is coming up on October seventeenth and and as we you know as you talk about it not being a typical fundraiser it's a it's a night time event there will be performances and I think I mean again I come back the first question about the pressure Amy and I worked with Amy for for years she's a she like to organize events put things on and he was is brilliant at it do you guys feel that pressure I I would feel a frisbee sweating right now thinking she's looking down go and what you do and why this is the second one. but we we definitely do it some we're trying to put the fun back in fundraiser trying to bring her sense of whimsy and quickness and creativity and inter active and really the idea is that we're all gathering together as a community we're raising money for two classes that she cared deeply about what we're doing it and as creative and fun and different way as we can being just mere mortal sin. and not having the background and creativity that a meeting where can people go to buy tickets and attend a fundraiser tickets are available through our website Amy Krouse Rosenthal foundation dot work. you know it's amazing to think about your family because you know to go through three of its loss but to think about your daughter Paris who is now writing and she has New York times bestsellers as well and she's she's picked up exactly where Amy left off I mean how proud are you to to be in that situation well I am very proud but is that the you know there was also a certain amount of pressure and we you know talked a lot about whether this was something that she wanted to do not just because of me yeah good parenting well. right I mean you know she has had opportunities because of me which is fine and she wouldn't have those opportunities if she wasn't a really gifted she said smart yeah you you know creative human being and so I have just you know the tremendous honor of course as you know of writing a book with her which is and some great fabulous yeah Jason Rosenthal Betsy cat and you can go to the Amy Krouse Rosenthal foundation website which also find the information for the yellow umbrella party which is fundraiser to help with research for varying cancer and childhood literacy programs it's gonna be the park west coming up on October seventeenth to get your tickets and support these causes chasing great to see Betty nice to meet you continued I I which should come see it the ideas week what's next week September seventeenth is ironically at twelve. I got a lot going on that we can that's great thanks for coming and thank you for having us all right let's find out what's coming up in the ten o'clock news deeper Tranmere life which says she remains optimistic but she's also getting ready for a possible teacher's strike that and all the day's news from the WGN newsroom at ten o'clock..

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"jason rosenthal" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"jason rosenthal" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Right coming up Jason Rosenthal in the Amy Krouse Rosenthal foundation will have their conversation coming up right after the headlines sponsored by cars for kids you're Steve resented thanks just a good morning everyone it's sixty degrees so maybe sixty six today before temperatures fall into the forties tonight heavy rain overnight left many roads across the Chicago area flooded at one point a flash flood warning had to be issued for Chicago lake shore drive in its viaducts took the brunt of all of the heavy rain at one point flooding problems forced the closure of lake shore drive from Monroe to mantras workers spent several hours clearing drainage areas over the past twenty four hours more than two inches of rain has fallen at o'hare airport nearly two and a half inches of rain in Oaklawn National Weather Service has here broke a daily precipitation record for October second with that one point seven six inches of rain yesterday and into last night on the rainfall front the National Weather Service in Chicago is now more than twelve inches above normal for this year governor Pritzker is calling on senator Martin Sandoval to step down as chairman of the Senate transportation committee said of all he's facing an FBI investigation into possible corruption and bribery involving public contracts press group says that it's in the best interest of the state that he resigned from that committee and four police officers have died in a knife attack at Paris police headquarters it appears the attacker was an employee of the department he was eventually shot and killed that headquarters located just across the street.

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"jason rosenthal" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"jason rosenthal" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"jason rosenthal" Discussed on Modern Love

Modern Love

05:42 min | 3 years ago

"jason rosenthal" Discussed on Modern Love

"Grief. I think a full life looks much different than it did before. Let's be honest. I have it's been almost two years, and I have had a great deal of difficulty engaging again with what I did professionally which was being lawyer, and I'm trying to make each day each week meaningful in some way to me Jason says that he's still receiving letters from readers describing their own grief or the reaching out to him with the hope of starting a relationship. He hasn't responded to any of the people seeking romance and doesn't think he will. But over time he's gone back to the letters and found humor in some of them one stands out. Obviously someone spent some time on it than a centrally said, I will marry you when you are ready provided you permanently stop drinking, no other conditions. And I promised outlive. You. That was that was it. I don't know how that applies to my life. But it really did make me laugh and as for future relationships, you know, there's this huge hole or void in my heart. That's taken up by someone else because the truth is and. You know, and I don't have any experience with this. But I never fell out of love with someone. I will always love Amy. She will always be there with me. And with. Whoever the us, maybe. And so whoever decides to end up with me needs to embrace that. That's Jason Rosenthal. He started a foundation in Amy's honor that funds ovarian cancer research and childhood literacy initiatives, he lives in Chicago. More after the break. Daniel Jones, editor of the modern love column for the New York Times says that he gets a lot of submissions about loss. But Amy Krauss Rosenthal's essay was special for me. The subject matter was not new her approach to it with this sort of fresh funny. Here's my husband. He's going to be available soon kind of tone. That's what was remarkable about it that she as a writer could take the situation that she was in the middle of right, then she wasn't writing this with distance US Middle of it, right, then and come up with sort of an artistic approach and to be able to say, I'm gonna write this in the form of personal ad for my husband who soon to be single on the one hand, that's incredibly more. But on the other hand, they're sort of a genius to it like even death needs an angle, you know, and in this case. The angle was meaningful and deep and spoke to her generosity about his future. And it was a way of talking about death. You know, you have to find new ways to talk about things and she did. After Amy's piece came out a lot of readers wanted to know more about Jason Rosenthal. One very common response to Amy's essay was what's the story with Jason? And he was very understandably private about all of that. But I was happy to hear from him a year later with his own response to this essay and how it impacted him and he'd taken the time he needed and his family was comfortable. He wanted to write an essay to sort of a dress that curiosity and to maybe dispel the romance of it a little bit and say this was meaningful to me for this reason despite reader expectations that this would lead to love for me. This was the reality. It was it was a love letter to me. That's how I took it. And that's the lesson that I feel like I can spread. And here's Andre Holland on. Why he connected with this essay, I've always struggled with loss in my life. And. Last year was a year of a lot of loss. And as I get older and my. My family gets older. I'm aware. And. No, I think that this piece really there's a beauty to it. And as a hopeful nece about it that I really found touching. Thanks again to Andre Holland for reading this week's essay. Modern love is a production of the New York Times and WB you are Boston's NPR station. It's produced directed and edited by Jessica Alpert, Caitlyn O'Keefe and John Perotti original scoring and sound design by Matt read the idea for the modern love podcast was conceived by Lisa Tobin, iris Adler is our executive producer. Daniel Jones is the editor of modern love for the New York Times and adviser to the show music for the podcast, courtesy of APM. I Magnin Tucker bardy see next week.

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"jason rosenthal" Discussed on Modern Love

Modern Love

05:29 min | 3 years ago

"jason rosenthal" Discussed on Modern Love

"Position. And of course, I'm writing to you now only because of her. I am now aware in a way. I wish I never had to learn. That loss is loss. His loss. Whether it's a difference. Those. Having a beloved pet die. During the death of a family member. In that respect. I am no different. But my wife. Gave me a gift at the end of her column when she left me that empty space. I'd like to offer you a blank space, fill the freedom and permission to write your own story. Here is your empty space. What will you do with your own fresh start? Humping jason. Andre Holland reading Jason Rosenthal's essay, my wife said you may want to marry me. We'll catch up with Jason after the break. Modern love is supported by sip recruiter. You know, what smart kicking off twenty nineteen by planning out, which rolls you need to hire. For a new can start by using the smartest way to hire. Ziprecruiter. Ziprecruiter's powerful matching technology finds the right people for you. And actively invites them to apply. It's no wonder that ZipRecruiter is rated number one by employers in the US this rating comes from hiring sites on trust pilot with over one thousand reviews and right now you can try ZipRecruiter for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash modern. If you love this show show your support to us and ZipRecruiter by going to ZipRecruiter dot com slash. I'm a D R N. When we talk to Jason Rosenthal. He told us what it was like to take care of his wife in the final days of her life during the time that he was in hospice, we're really focused on making the under for life as beautiful as it could be and there was no guidebook. But what we did what I did is I tried to make it beautiful for some reason. Candle spoke to me candles symbolized life in different ways. You know, there's some could be small last short while others burned for months. So we had candles all over our home. We had family come in. We had our close friends on another evening, I invited in musicians to play for Amy. And so we did our best to make that time for her as beautiful as could be. And it was by the way, not always beautiful. It was extraordinarily painful and hard and my kids were incredible. During her illness. Jason says that he and Amy had many conversations about parenting there three children, and one of the things I really wanted to ask her was, you know, how am I going to do this without you? Like, the best mom ever. And it seems so natural to you. And she flat out assured name that the kids love you. And you're a great parent, and they're also not little kids anymore. You know? But filling that void is impossible on. I don't pretend to be able to be mom. I'm just doing my best to be able to dad. So I'm doing my best. We ask Jason about the blank space at the end of Amy's essay. And if it felt like a gift or a burden I'm in that blank space has allowed me to lift my head up like in the morning in the first few months, even though I was extraordinarily emotional and deep in the throes of grief. I. Took that as a gift, you know. And I was able to continue my life forward. I know that there are many people out there who have never had conversations with their spouses or family or been told something so specifically like Amy provided for me that struggle quite a bit and never really emerge from those deep throws of grief.

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"jason rosenthal" Discussed on Modern Love

Modern Love

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"jason rosenthal" Discussed on Modern Love

"Away. Thank you, Deborah for reading Amy's essay. Next week. Andre Holland reads, Jason Rosenthal's essay, my wife said you may want to marry me. When Amy finished Orissa, she gave it to me to read actually done with all of writing. But this time was different. In her memoirs. She had written about the children in me. But not like this. How she able to combine such feelings of unbearable sadness, ironic, humor and total honesty. When the essay was published. Amy was too sick to appreciate it. As the international reaction became overwhelming. I was torn up baking out. She was missing the profound impact. Her words were having. The reach of Amy's article and of greater body of work was so much deeper and Richard than I knew. Modern love is production of the New York Times and WB. You are Boston's NPR station. It's produced directed and edited by Jessica Alpert, Caitlyn kief and John parody original scoring and sound design by Matt read the idea for the modern love podcast was conceived by Lisa Tobin. Irish Adler is our executive producer. Daniel Jones is the editor of modern love for the New York Times and adviser to the show music for the podcast. Courtesy of PM magnitude bardy see you next week. We don't go yet. Because you already know how to download a podcast, but if you have any other tech or life question, maybe we can help you WBU ours working on a new show, and we need your tech questions, or maybe your parents questions just click that little phone shape. So phone and leave a message six one seven nine one seven four seven one seven. Yes. We know how quaint a phone call but give it a try six one seven nine one seven four seven one seven.

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