Words Matter

September 5, 2020

Erica shares a very personal story about how she and her son dealt with him being called a ver nasty racial slur while playing in a football game.  The sisters talk about the importance of paying attention to the words we use.  Whether addressing such uncomfortable topics as race, or when talking to a griever. Unfortunately grievers are given unhelpful platitudes as a means of comfort, but they are not comforting at all. For additional information and to read our blogs please go to www.healingstartswiththeheart.com

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