Grief is Cumulative

Written by Sisters

October 12, 2019

Erica and Sharon discuss how grief  is cumulative and in most cases it’s cumulatively negative.  Throughout our lives we experience a multitude of grieving events and if we do not address the events from our past they will begin to clutter our hearts.  

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