SIGN-UP NOW! SIGN-UP NOW! Click to become a The VoiceAmerica Talk Member for Free!
voiceamerica-health-and-wellness radio logo
Apple logo Google Play Store Kindle store
Good Grief with Cheryl Jones

Good Grief with Cheryl Jones

Wednesday at 2 PM Pacific

August 31st 2016: 5742 Days

When Anne-Marie Cockburn's fifteen year old daughter died of an Ecstasy overdose, her grief took her in some unexpected directions. She was compelled to write her way through the grief, overcoming an old hesitation to write, which she'd always loved. She was moved to forgive the boy who gave her daughter the drugs. And she was moved to work, with all she has, to decriminalize drug use, believing that if the drug she took had been legal, Martha, and many others like her, would not have taken too much. Anne-Marie has become a fierce advocate for legal changes, joining with other family members w

Read more
Share Email SHARE
Download PDF DOWNLOAD PDF
Get Code GET CODE

Tune in

Wednesday at 2 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Channel
LISTEN LIVE
EPISODE ON DEMAND
VIEW HOST PAGE
Questions? Comments?
Call In Live!
Toll Free: 1-866-472-5792
Intl: 001-480-553-5759

Featured Guest

Guest Image

Anne-Marie Cockburn

Single Mother AnneĀ­-Marie Cockburn lost her daughter, 15 year old Martha Fernback, in 2013 to an accidental ecstasy overdose.
Read more

Share This Episode

facebook Share On Facebook
twitter Share On Twitter
Linkedin Share On LinkedIn
Share Email Share this E-mail
https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2264/good-grief-with-cheryl-jones 27/11/2020 01:00 27/11/2020 02:00 Good Grief with Cheryl Jones https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2264/good-grief-with-cheryl-jones When Anne-Marie Cockburn's fifteen year old daughter died of an Ecstasy overdose, her grief took her in some unexpected directions. She was compelled to write her way through the grief, overcoming an old hesitation to write, which she'd always loved. She was moved to forgive the boy who gave her daughter the drugs. And she was moved to work, with all she has, to decriminalize drug use, believing that if the drug she took had been legal, Martha, and many others like her, would not have taken too much. Anne-Marie has become a fierce advocate for legal changes, joining with other family members who have lost a loved one to make the case that we could be handling drug use so much better than we are. And in the meantime, Anne-Marie is learning to live a life without her only child. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
Email Host Email the Host

Connect with VoiceAmerica

Download our mobile apps
App store Google play Blackberry store
Facebook Twitter Linkedin Social Media
presspass-banner