You Don’t Have to Have A Funeral

There are no unsacred places. Only sacred places and desecrated places.
poet, Wendell Berry

In 2003, I was not yet 31 years old — a young, married woman and by June of that year, I was very pregnant. My husband and I spent this early summer Saturday morning in our basement, packing up for a move to…

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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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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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