Grieving the Loss of Who I was and Accepting Who I Am

Written by Sisters

August 3, 2019

Erica and Sharon discuss the permanent changes grief can create in your life.  It is not uncommon for people to be forever changed once they have experienced a traumatic event.  They discuss the importance of accepting those changes and acknowledging that you are a person who has experienced something terrible, but you can still find ways to enjoy life.  

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