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On the Web: Center for Loss

Dr. Alan Wolfelt‘s Center for Loss site is many things. He is a therapist, with a practice in Colorado. He also speaks nationally about grief-related issues. Wolfelt is a prolific writer and the bookstore at his website includes a wide range of resources for those who are grieving.

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On the Web: Refuge in Grief

Megan Devine has a practical website for those who want use writing as a way of understanding grief. This is her business, and she charges a fee to participate in the closed, confidential online groups that support each other. But she also offers a free consultation . . . and I used that “free” time to talk with her. If writing is something you do, or want to try, check out her Refuge in Grief site.

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Books: Being Mortal

Atul Gawande’s “Being Mortal” has rightly garnered praise. His physician’s perspective gives an insider’s view on the challenges modern medicine faces as it serves the dying. His advocacy for hospice care is passionate. Gawande is also a son, sharing openly about the life-threatening health concerns his father confronts.

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