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Good Grief with Cheryl Jones

Good Grief with Cheryl Jones

Wednesday at 2 PM Pacific

September 21st 2016:Dear Andrew

How does a parent survive watching their 8 year old child hit by a truck and killed? How does the heart heal enough to welcome another child and to love her wholly? Robert Goor wrote letters to his son Andrew naming his deep agony and, ultimately, the winding path to recovery. Rob learned to accept his grief and all the feelings that came with it, including the love and continued connection to his son. Becoming a person with deeper feelings of every kind, his letters became a book as Rob looked for a way to share the lessons he learned through his most terrible loss.

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Robert Goor

Robert Goor is a husband, a father, a writer, a mathematician, a scientist and a teacher. He has been writing for over 20 years and has been a father for over 40. Dear Andrew is his first literary publication. He is an active member of the Bethesda Writer’s Center and of The Compassionate Friends, where he is a group facilitator.
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