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What Makes You An Expert?
I think the title of my first book will be, “Surviving 101 losses and still standing” or “Grief Expert without the degree.” My earliest memories of loss are the death of my pet gerbil and saying goodbye to my friend … Continue reading
Posted in Life's Losses, My story Tagged addiction, alone, changes, credentials, death, degree, disease, grief, grief expert, heartbreak, hobby, husband, isolated, Loss, losses, miscarriage, R.N., shotgun, sudden death, trauma, vocation 6 Comments
Just an ordinary day
The phone rings in the middle of the night. Katie looks at the clock and it is 2:20 a.m. “Katie, it’s Dad, I am so sorry but I think you should come home honey, the hospice nurse says Mom doesn’t … Continue reading
Posted in Lessons from others Tagged 2001, airplane, brain tumor, Chicago O'Hare, death, died, disease, family, friends, grief, hospice, Indiana, life, lives, memory, nation, natural causes, phone, remember, roots, September 11, South Bend, starvation, terrorism, void, world, World Trade Center 2 Comments