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Notes on Grieving

From RFYL Features Descriptor: Insights into the grieving process will be shared through personal experiences and identification of helpful grief blog sites.

One of Bernice’s daughters emailed a review of this book, The Long Goodbye: A Syllabus For Modern Mourning by Meghan O’Rourke. Her message: I read this and thought it may be a good book (for the grieving). In addition to the review by Alice Gregory, there is an excerpt from the first chapter of the book. O’Rourke presents a unique point of view. Would love to know what you think of it.

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