kim goldman

"I kept thinking, 'God, we're back here again.' It's been 20 years and we're back here."
"I purchased a 'congratulations on your new home' card," she says with a mischievous smile. "I signed it, 'Hope you enjoy
Kim shares more of her story on "Oprah: Where Are They Now?" this Sunday, June 22, at 9 p.m. ET on OWN. For months, Kim Goldman
Nothing says "Good Morning" like a discussion on murder, I think to myself as I look out into a sea of faces, just blankly staring back at me. Deep breaths, I can do this.
The concept of teen violence, sexual assault, alcohol and drug abuse amongst our youth, and the lack of regard for each other, is not unique to the small steel town in Ohio.
I have always said that grief and loss are like a best friend, "It knows me better than anyone, it's reliable and always there when I need it. It makes me angry. It makes me sad. Grief comforts me, loves me and protects me. I will never have another relationship quite like it."
These "relationship artists" have figured out how to weave their way into our vulnerable hearts; preying on our deep desires to be loved. We open our hearts, our minds and sometimes our bank accounts -- all in an effort to "connect." Are we just naïve, so blinded by the want of a love affair? Or are they just that good?
I know what it's like to witness the inequitable trade of a beautiful soul's precious life for a relatively small prison sentence. Payback for 1995, some say? Who cares.