How Nick Cordero's sister-in-law deals with grief, helps others cope with COVID-19 loss

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When Annie Horton's father died she learned to cope with the loss, in part, through Instagram.

She created, along with the Dr. Bob Kemp Hospice, the emerging.grief Instagram account to support others in grief and her own struggles.

When her brother-in-law, Tony-nominated actor Nick Cordero died from COVID-19, at the age of 41, she saw an opportunity to help others cope with their own grief over losing loved-ones to the virus.

Be a part of the CBC's interview with Horton at noon on Tuesday. She'll talk with Conrad Collaco about how she is coping with the loss of her brother-in-law and other family members as well as how she helps others cope with their own loss due to COVID-19. You can watch that interview live on this page or at CBC Hamilton's Facebook page.

Be a part of our live chat. Have you lost someone to COVID-19? If so, how are you coping with the loss? Let us know in the comments section on this page, by email at Hamilton@cbc.ca or on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.