Jess Walton's Advice for Those with Loved Ones Lost


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Y&R star helps others deals with emotions.

Share Your Feelings

The holidays are joyous for most, but the pace can be disheartening for those who have lost a loved one. Being married to famed counselor John W. James, co-author of the Grief Recovery Handbook, The Young and the Restless's Jess Walton (Jill) has acquired a few words of guidance on mastering the stress of the season.

"Realize that your feelings are all right and nobody can tell you what's inappropriate about them," she stresses. "Acknowledge them and get it out."

The sentiment is an inspiration to Walton, who taps in to deal with the loss of her own father. "If I think of a wonderful time I had with him and I never got to tell him that, I say, 'Thank you, Daddy. I loved it.' It keeps the connection alive."

Walton encourages those who may be having a hard time handling their emotions to seek assistance at Grief Recovery. "The number is (800) 334-7606, or you can get information at grief.net," she shares. "It's so important to have this information at this time of year."