Last fall, one of my clients recommended a book to me. My client had suffered a humongous loss, and someone had given her this book entitled “It’s OK That You’re Not OK: Meeting Grief and Loss in a Culture that Doesn't Understand” by Megan Devine. So I grabbed a copy and read it on a flight, often with tears streaming down my face. Megan Devine is a therapist, just like me. We both have around a decade of experience. And like Ms. Devine, I thought I understood grief and loss. Until I experienced 2 major back-to-back losses in a span of 10 months. Ms. Devine lost her partner, Matt, in a drowning accident in 2009. None of her training, experience,...
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