Rob Delaney On Living Through Grief – EXTENDED INTERVIEW

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Published on December 1, 2022

Comedian and author Rob Delaney joins Stephen for a soul-baring discussion of his family’s journey through grief following the loss of his toddler son. Read more about Rob’s journey in his new book, “A Heart That Works,” available now. #Colbert #RobDelaney #AHeartThatWorks #ExtendedInterview

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  • The United Nation 2 months ago

    Having your child die is the worst pain I can imagine. Their little lives taken, even when they don’t understand the pain they still fight to survive. LOVE is everything ❤️

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  • Ryan Chittaphong 2 months ago

    Came here to watch the extended interview because I could tell how important this interview was for Stephen and Rob, I wanted to see more. Truly touching.

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  • Andy Waldron 2 months ago

    Can you… disable the ads on this one? I bet Wayfair makes a great sofa, but it is a bit jarring to have that interrupt a father talking about the amorphous, immaterial shape of grief.

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  • S Lee 2 months ago

    Thank you.

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  • Alicia Musiclover 2 months ago

    My brother also died on my mothers birthday. And I was grateful for your words about it. Other people often don`t understand that she does not want to celebrate her birthday any more. (He died 3 years ago). My father had also died of cancer a longer time ago. During this interview I liked how you were able to talk about it. My first language is not English, but it is always admirable to find words about grief and even though everybody grieves differently, I felt a connection. Thank you.

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  • Cheryl Sibson 2 months ago

    After living through the grief of a loved one, regardless of age, brain tumors are very tough on families, good on you for writing.

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  • Michael Rae 2 months ago

    Amazingly honest and impactful.

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  • Genevieve Lark Lindig Francis Bouvier Honore 2 months ago

    So you don’t want to be held accountable for setting me up my entire fucking life so you can make fun of me

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  • Genevieve Lark Lindig Francis Bouvier Honore 2 months ago

    Yeah I want to be held accountable for flying God you’re the most important person of the fuck in the world you gotta save the world from

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  • Genevieve Lark Lindig Francis Bouvier Honore 2 months ago

    I don’t want to be held accountable for that

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  • Genevieve Lark Lindig Francis Bouvier Honore 2 months ago

    No. You are going to be held accountable

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  • JJ_ Crank 2 months ago

    This is the best interview I’ve seen in a long time. Now I want his book. Love Rob and his family

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  • Genevieve Lark Lindig Francis Bouvier Honore 2 months ago

    So you’re promoting fake news knowingly laughing in my face and everybody else’s

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  • Julie Tholen 2 months ago

    Such a blessing that child was…

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  • Diane Hartung 2 months ago

    My cousin lost her daughter ar 12 and she just gave up on life and died at an early age as bad h e husband was never the same.. sad. I miss them all

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  • Evilzanz 2 months ago

    poor family
    -_-

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  • Vikrant Dutt 2 months ago

    Not a parent….but this just breaks my heart…

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  • Genevieve Lark Lindig Francis Bouvier Honore 2 months ago

    What is a heartless

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  • valhoff3 2 months ago

    There are no words to convey how devastated this lovely man and his family must have felt at the loss of Henry. But still, he can smile at the memory of his precious boy. And thank you, Stephen, for allowing Rob to share his story.

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  • Zebra Zagadore 2 months ago

    Beautiful interview, Stephen.

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