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10 things I wish I’d known the day I lost my mother

Losing a parent is one of the worst griefs to experience.  Please review our grief counseling training

Losing a parent is one of the worst griefs to experience. Please review our grief counseling training

Here is a reflection on the lessons I’ve learned as a young woman and mom since the passing of my mother when I was only 14 years of age.

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For some of this, the loss of a mother is a future nightmare we wish to never think about, but for others its a reality.  Whether young or old, losing a mother is one of the worst losses we can experience next to losing a child.  This article looks at somethings, that children with living mothers or already deceased mothers can learn from.

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