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Good Grief with Cheryl Jones

Good Grief with Cheryl Jones

Wednesday at 2 PM Pacific

October 18th 2017:Grief: A Love Story

When all we know leaves us unprepared for loss, we must find a new way to respond. And when suicide is involved, the weight of what could have been can be weighty. Tara Caffelle’s former husband and good friend died, and she was left to sort out what she could have done, knowing she had done all she could. In her grief, she found her life.

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Tara Caffelle

Tara Caffelle is a writer, coach and heart-centred advocate for couples and individuals. She is also a shaman of grief and transition and the gateway between life and death, grief and joy, creating spaces for brave and conversations. Tara believes than in order to live a full and big life, we must make friends with our end as it walks with us through our time on earth, and she is here to support that. In her weekly podcast, Grief: A Love Story, Tara explores grief and death in brave conversations with her guests that serve to empower and educate and bring grief to be of conversation at the dinner table. Her first book of the same name, is due out in 2018. You can find Tara onli
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