Christina Perri doesn’t want mothers to grieve alone


In this episode, Liz speaks with singer and songwriter Christina Perri, who you may know from her songs, “Jar of Hearts” and “A Thousand Years,” the love theme for Twilight. Christina experienced an unimaginably difficult experience last year with the stillbirth of her second daughter – and now, exactly one year later, she’s released a collection of lullabies dedicated to her called “Songs for Rosie.” Christina has always been refreshingly candid about topics like mental health and postpartum depression and in this conversation, she opens up about the loss of her daughter Rosie, an experience that impacts 1 in 160 families each year, but still remains in the shadows, leaving so many families grieving alone. 

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