Taking Accountability for Your Grief

January 1, 2022

With a new year upon us the Sisters deliver a very important message about the griever taking accountability for their own grief.  Like a lot of things in life there is no manual that tells us how to grieve and everyone’s grief is different.  Sharon and Erica share that they made a lot of mistakes on their grief journey.  It is from their personal experiences with their own grief that they deliver this message to you.

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