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John James, founder of The Grief Recovery Institute

John W. James

Founder of The Grief Recovery Institute®
Co-Author of The Grief Recovery
Handbook & When Children Grieve

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Russell Friedman, Executive Director of The Grief Recovery Institute

Russell Friedman

Executive Director
Co-Author of The Grief Recovery
Handbook & When Children Grieve


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After my great aunt died, I felt like I hadn't seen her enough, but she lived far away so we never had the money to go see her. (Published 12/25/2012)

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My great aunt just died, and I heard about it when I was trying to go to sleep. Needless to say, I couldn't get to sleep. I feel like I didn't see her enough, but she lived far away so we never had the money to go see her. I feel horrible for not seeing her that much. What should I do?


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