LinkList: Diagnosis and Grief Series
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Linklist: Diagnosis and Grief Series
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- Back in the Saddle – Beginning Anew
- The Interplay between Diagnosis and Grief
- Stages of Grief following Diagnosis
- Onions, Diagnosis, Attention and Grief – dealing with grief is like peeling an onion
- Some HELP for the Grieving – What to DO while we’re peeling the onion
- Sneaky Grief
- Grief and Acceptance (reblog from PicnicWithAnts.com)
- Homage to Brandy – The most amazing man I never knew
and SO much MORE — coming soon to a blogsite near you!
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