Our dear friend and mentor, Cari Dawson, graces us once again with her words of wisdom. We go through tremendous losses as we age, and those seem to accelerate with every passing year. Since I’m only eight years younger than Cari, I can align quite easily with what she is saying. And it’s about time someone said it!
I have been a Grief Recovery Specialist for nearly twenty three years. The loss of a grandchild was the catalyst for me, an event that started me on this life-saving work so that I could help others. My loss history is
lengthy: I’ve lost parents, a 2-year-old niece and a 25-year-old nephew, a brother, other family members, pets, jobs, lifestyles, husbands, friends, trust, and patients. Now, as I move deeper into my mid-seventies, I am becoming more acutely aware of the losses associated with aging.
The most obvious loss in aging is the…
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