Following the tragic death of his wife in 2005, director Mark Pellington made a gripping video documentary for Keane’s song, “Everybody’s Changing,” in which he and members of his grief support group tell their stories of devastating loss and grief.

The message I hope you will take away from viewing this video is this: When you encounter devastating grief in yourself or someone else, never turn away. Here’s the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u4LBvhBQWr8

Copyright Robert Stolorow and Mark Pellington

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