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Grief as Stubbornly Suspenseful

Day 39: Grief as stubbornly suspenseful

The maddening and confusing and relentless and stubborn nature of grief is something I hear about often, as well as have experienced myself.

C.S. Lewis’s words hit home as he reflected on the relentless grief when his partner died. C.S. wrote A Grief Observed in 1961 and this a slim, yet powerful read continues to occupy a front and center place on my bookshelf.

Welcome to my second, 100-day project. I hope to provide a daily offering on something grief-related. I am a grief therapist and educator working with people in Oregon, Washington, DC, Maryland, and Maine. This feed is in honor of each person who has trusted me with their stories and wisdom during their grief journey. I hope that others may benefit from simple and straightforward talk about a topic that can be difficult.

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