Molly, whose husband died by suicide in 2010, most recently wrote in "Transformation" about attending the screening of the documentary film Transforming Loss , which features her story, along with the stories of five other bereaved people. According to a story in the Detroit News:
"Transforming Loss" documents the grief journeys of six ... people who, in the face of devastating losses, were able to transform themselves and their pain through helping others ... [Filmmaker Judith] Burdick's vision, which began as a book and evolved into a film, was to provide "an intimate view of grief that would force people to really feel and experience the whole process: from grief to healing to transformation."Burdick, whose husband died 22 years ago in a scuba diving accident, became a psychotherapist specializing in helping the bereaved. Then she was inspired to write, produce, and direct Transforming Loss to share her discovery that "loss can fuel 'a new energy which feeds the broken parts,'" according to a Detroit Free Press article. That is certainly Molly Green's story, who sees her blog as a part of her healing journey as well as a chance to help others with their grief:
"I feel like I'm the perfect person for people to talk to about this [grief] ... It takes time, but you learn lessons of strength, compassion and acceptance. There is some joy back in my life."