Kelly Rizzo Responds to Critics of Her  Moving On From Late Husband Bob Saget  

The podcaster responded to those criticizing her for dating Breckin Meyer two years after her husband Bob Saget's death with a really thoughtful and insightful post on Sunday.  

In a five-minute video that was uploaded to TikTok, Rizzo discussed how each person's experience of losing a spouse is unique and might vary.    

“Unless you are a widow or a widower, you truly have absolutely no place and no right to comment on this, because you do not know what it's like,” Rizzo asserted in her video. 

Rizzo continued, “You just don't understand the incredibly complex and difficult, and dynamic thoughts and feelings that come up during this entire process.” 

Rizzo talked on the sadness, guilt, and loneliness widowers feel even months or years after losing a spouse.   

 Rizzo said, “You feel guilty, you feel shamed, you feel horrible, but yet you also feel lonely, and you wanna do it [be with someone].” 

Thankfully, Rizzo claimed to have the "love and support" of Saget's family, which included his daughters Aubrey, 36, Lara, 34, and Jennifer, 31.  

“There seems to be some controversy about my not mentioning every film by name last night before announcing the best picture award,” Pacino said in his statement, per Variety.  

Despite this, she thought that dating again wasn't right until a certain point.