Author channels grief through storytelling – The Spokesman-Review

the article, “Author channels grief through storytelling”, by Lorraine Neeley Fortunati states

“It was the middle of July and for the past month I had cleaned, painted and made minor repairs on a rental house my parents own across the street from my home. For two weeks, the temperatures were in the high 90’s to over 100 degrees.”

American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight:
A good story of living life even during struggle and eventual death.  This story is a good example for those suffering and wishing to understand the nature of grief and how to face it.  Those who counsel the bereaved can also take from this story
If you would like to learn how to become certified in bereavement and grief counseling then please review the program.  The program consists of core courses in grief that help the qualified professional become a competent grief counselor.


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