Share 'Grief and Loss: What Helps When We’re Experiencing the Unthinkable'
Elizabeth Harper Neeld, Ph. D.
I looked at my watch: 8:17
“He really should be back,” I thought. “I know it’s harder to jog
here than back home. But, even so, he’s had enough time to finish
his run by now.” Work had gone well today, and after supper Greg
had said, “Want to join me for a six-mile run?”
“No, sir, offer declined,” I said. “I’ll do the two-mile route and
see you back here…
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