WATCH: Sheryl Sandberg Full Berkeley Commencement Speech

Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg shared an emotional and moving message with the graduates of University of California Berkeley during her commencement address on Saturday, speaking about the loss of her husband and what his death taught her about life.

It was the first time Sandberg has spoken publicly about her grief since her husband, Dave Goldberg, died last year.

“Today I will try to tell you what I learned in death,” Sandberg told the class of 2016.

“Dave’s death changed me in very profound ways. I learned about the depths of sadness and the brutality of loss,” she said. “But I also learned that when life sucks you under, you can kick against the bottom, break the surface, and breathe again.”

You can watch her full speech above.


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josestone

I feel sorry for the death of David Goldberg , & after all this time I presume his wife, is (still) in a state of grief, coming from the graduation video which has been given (so) much broadcasting time.
Please forgive any perceived callousness , but I’d never known these people before, as Zuckerberg sucks up all the print coming out of FB.
My point here is : look , it’s time to move on, lady. You have a young family, enormous wealth & a real possibility to remarry. so suck it up and get on with life !

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