Human Parts
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Human Parts

Death, A Love Story

When a client teaches a therapist about the meaning of life

photo by Melissa Askew on Unsplash

On December 23, 2019, I received a call from the mother of one of my clients. This client was not a teenager or young adult — a time of life when parents are sometimes involved in their kids’s therapy. This client, Annie, was in her mid-40s. Why was her mom calling?

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Katy Friedman Miller

Katy Friedman Miller

I’m a grief therapist and former hospice social worker. Sharing stories from life, death, and work and where they all intersect. TEDx talk at www.ted.com

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