Grief, no matter what age, affects a person's life. I don't know why there is so much talk about Lana's age when grief knows no passage of time. It is what it is.
Would you tell a mother who lost her child to "get over it" because she's a mature woman? I doubt it.
I NEVER, at any time stated that Natalie's daughters were culpable in her death. How could they have been? I was simply pointing out hypocrisy that I find strange.
her daughters were criticized / attacked for making money off their mother. that's not up for debate.
and no one mentioned lana in terms of grief. no one mentioned lana should "get over" anything. (why the constant need to misrepresent others' comments?)
what was mentioned was people need to take care of themself instead of expecting others to do it for them (as it's been suggested repeatedly in this thread that RW should assist lana financially) and she should stop exploiting natalie for financial gain:
At the time of Wood’s death, they were estranged; Lana had insisted her then-husband be allowed to take photographs at Wagner and Wood’s small second wedding, and he sold them to a gossip magazine before the couple returned. A few weeks after her sister died, while the will was still in probate, Lana arrived at the house and, in front of Wood’s 11-year-old daughter Natasha, removed all of Natalie’s clothes from the wardrobe. She sold them to a shop that labelled the underwear as “Belonging to Natalie Wood”, and demanded a cheque for $11,000 in lieu of the fur coats Wagner wanted to save for Wood’s daughters. A year later, having begged Wagner for more money, Lana rushed out a memoir of her sister that was quickly and widely discredited.
as well, lana really should leave the supposed police work to the professionals instead of running to gossip sites for easy cash:
(yes, radar online pays for stories and video)
Lana approached Mr. Wagner in a hotel lobby in view of a videographer, asking him to answer questions about the night Natalie died. The video ended up on RadarOnline.com
none of the above is the mature behaviour of a caring loving aunt!! and natasha was very forthcoming in the same article about how she feels about lana and the (drama) she creates for her nieces. i would stay away too!!
lastly, the second link also explains the idea and the purpose behind the fragrance and the coffee table book. no one should question either after reading imo.