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April – Time For Your Greatest Donation

I see him lifeless and feel his cold, ashen face.  I hear the story of the paramedics and the effort to revive him that did not succeed.  Somehow I am still standing as the reality of my husband’s death becomes … Continue reading

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In a Moment Life Changes

We watch and listen to daily newscasts of multiple traumatic situations that occur within our community and throughout our world.  Sympathetic to the families whose lives are affected, until the routine and demands of our day blur our memory of … Continue reading

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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

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