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Response to orleans (Reply #1)

Thu Jul 17, 2014, 09:07 AM

2. I hope so.

I developed these back when I worked for hospice, because there weren't any good, short, useful information sheets to give my clients. Telling a grieving person to go read this book or that book seemed ridiculous, since most grieving folks find it hard to concentrate for that long.

My father died three weeks ago, and I printed out the parent loss one and stuck it to my fridge -- turns out being a grief specialist doesn't make you immune to grieving.

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