Posted 16 Jun 2018
On this show, Dr. Gloria Horsley and Dr. Heidi Horsley interview Herb Knoll and Annah Elizabeth about Active Grieving: Writing Through Grief. Herb Knoll, the author of The Widower's Journey, lost his wife, Michelle to cancer. He is the founder of the Widowers Support NEtwork, and advocate, and speaker on spouse loss. Annah Elizabeth, lost her son, following unexpected complications during delivery. She is the author of Digging for the Light, a contributor to Grief Diaries, and developer of The Five Facets Philosophy on Healing, a groundbreaking guide that helps us live our best lives.
Posted 15 Nov 2017
November 15, 2017 Author of the new breakout book, The Widower's Journey, Herb Knoll will be the guest of a syndicated talk show, broadcasted from the Ft. Myers, Florida studios of W4WN Radio (Women 4 Women Network). The host of the show is Camille Sanzone, author of AT THE END OF YOUR ROPE? TIE KNOT & HANGE ON!Read More or Comment HERE
Posted 07 Jun 2017
June 7, 2017 Life After Death. How do you live life after your sugnificant other had died? This was the theme presented by Connections Radio (WTKS 104.1 FM Orlando, WWPR 1490 AM Tampa and WYGC 104.9 FM Gainesville, Florida). Author Herb Knoll was the exclusive in-studio guest featured.Read More or Comment HERE
Posted 01 Feb 2017
Valentine’s Day, 2008 will forever live in my heart as well as in my mind’s eye. The day began when I was awakened by the noise coming from what seemed to be the vicinity of the kitchen. As I approached to retrieve my first cup of coffee of the day, I found my beautiful wife Michelle busy working on her latest project: making pretzels sticks dipped in various flavors of chocolate, each stick beautifully wrapped in heart-themed cellophane, with a red or pink bow. “These are Valentine’s Day gifts for your staff,” she said. “Employees always like getting gifts from their boss.” I didn’t know it at that precise moment, but Michelle’s efforts to spread joy among my team at work would be the last thing she did in our home before being admitted into a hospital for the last time, later that same day. Michelle lost her battle against cancer twenty-one days later on March 7, 2008, a dark and rainy Friday evening in San Antonio, Texas.Read More or Comment HERE