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A Journey: Creative Grieving and Healing

by John Campbell

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All of us repeatedly grieve, heal, and reinvent ourselves throughout our lives. Being aware of, and active in, this inherent aspect of our existence I believe to be a less painful and more satisfying way of living than blindly struggling with, or resisting, these natural processes.—John S. Campbell, M.D., author of A Journey: Creative Grieving and Healing.

“We all die, he seems to be telling us. What is far more important is that we live a meaningful life before that time comes.”… “We all need to dig deep to find our own wisdom so we may understand what John is telling us.”—Nikki DeFrain, M.S, and John DeFrain, Ph.D. from their Foreword.

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