Sheryl Sandberg: If We Grow Old, We Are Lucky

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Published on April 25, 2017

The author and Facebook executive reflects on her late husband’s passing and her subsequent grief in her new book ‘Option B.’

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8 comments

  • Elsie Echeverria 3 years ago

    ?

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  • Vinson L 3 years ago

    True… we’re fortunate to get 70 or 80 years on this rock.

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  • Channel for Positivity l Understanding l Justice 3 years ago

    Idk if anyone else watching knows this but…
    Sheryl’s husband was a true .. Man
    – He helped Sheryl understand her self worth better (e.g., helped her negotiate a better contract with Facebook before starting to work there)
    AKA helped her become better (we all want a partner who helps us become better and better right?)
    – He showed in action as a husband that he loves her by actually sharing the workload at home (not just letting the woman do all the house chores)
    – Although he earned less than Sheryl, he supported her every step of the way and had his own self worth understanding so high that his woman’s socially higher status wouldn’t let him bring him and her down

    He was a man of great honor. I personally cried my eyes out upon seeing Sheryl’s msg/status on FB after his passing… :”( Wishing the best for Sheryl and her family…

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  • Maggie Fuller 3 years ago

    I understand she’s trying to ‘help’ people, but there’s just something that rubs me the wrong way about the obviously giant marketing machine behind this book…I’ve seen her face on every possible talk show and news channel in he past few days, and she says identical things – it almost seems like a script by now. I don’t want to minimize her grief by juxtaposing it with how obviously privileged the rest of her life might be, but there’s just something unsavoury about…monetizing it with such ferocity.

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  • King David 3 years ago

    Kike bitch.

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  • Age of atheism 3 years ago

    Did I just watch a telemarketing advert for a book.The only thing missing was
    “but wait there’s more”

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  • brusskey 3 years ago

    I know she suffered a great tragedy and I mean no disrespect, but I get the feeling that she’s not being sincere when she talks about her grief.

    Also are the anti-Semitic comments really appropriate?

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  • Amir Khan 3 years ago

    you want to help ??? then why should a cash strapped student like me pay for your book

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