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From Mourning to Morning

From Mourning to Morning

Thursday at 5 PM Pacific

January 26th 2017:Say This, Don't Say That!

When you meet somebody for the first time after they have suffered a life-loss, what should you say? What should you not say? How can you be most helpful to them, while not making them feel worse? My guest. Dr. Donalyn Gross, is an expert in this area. She will teach us and share with us what is appropriate and what isn't. We need to learn this! Tune in, invite your freinds. This is important stuff! Blessings, Rabbi Mel

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Dr. Donalyn Gross

A Ph.D., and Certified Music Practitioner, I've been a Thanatologist (death and dying counselor) for over 35 years, working with the dying and their loved ones. I've been privileged to sit with hundreds of people as they died. As an LCSW, I've worked at Sunbridge Care and Rehab. as a Social Worker, the Good Endings Program Director at Genesis Eldercare Heritage Hall West Nursing Home (Agawam, MA) in the prison system counseling terminally ill inmates (mostly with AIDS), an Activity Director at Heritage Woods Assisted Living (Genesis Eldercare) in Agawam MA, at BayState Medical Center in Springfield MA as a Medical Transcriptionist/Secretary, and Wesson Women's Hospital as a receptionist.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2522/from-mourning-to-morning From Mourning to Morning https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2522/from-mourning-to-morning When you meet somebody for the first time after they have suffered a life-loss, what should you say? What should you not say? How can you be most helpful to them, while not making them feel worse? My guest. Dr. Donalyn Gross, is an expert in this area. She will teach us and share with us what is appropriate and what isn't. We need to learn this! Tune in, invite your freinds. This is important stuff! Blessings, Rabbi Mel VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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