On today's episode:
• Is it OK to say "I'm sorry" when a person has lost a child?
• How can you show up for someone who's deeply in grief?
• Finding peace when the absolute worst thing in life happens
• Not everything you do to help is going to be helpful, and that’s ok.
After losing her 12-year-old son Jack to a freak flash flood in 2011, Anna Whiston Donaldson went from using her blog as a lighthearted online journal to an intimate public diary as she invited readers to share in her unthinkable experience. She writes with authenticity, grace and humor about the toughest issue of all. Anna’s book, Rare Bird, is a gift to those grieving and those looking to support those with their grief.
Follow Anna on https://www.facebook.com/aninchofgray (Facebook.com/aninchofgray) and her blog, http://aninchofgray.blogspot.com/ (An Inch of Gray)
Buy Anna's books:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/1601425201?ref=exp_smoklerjill_dp_vv_d (Rare Bird)
https://www.amazon.com/dp/1684018501/?ref=idea_lv_dp_ov_d (A Hug From Heaven)
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She's Got Issues is produced by Gwynne Sound, Kristin Kalibri, Keira Shein and Jill Smokler
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