Ep 10: The Different Faces of Grief -- Our Minds Matter

Topic: The emotional impact of grieving - from sadness to devastation.

People grieve for many different reasons and in different ways. Sometimes it's deep sadness at the loss of a friend or devastation from a tragedy. In this episode Janice talks with Laura Ip about both their experiences of losing someone suddenly and tragically and the difference when you have time to prepare for your loss.
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If you haven't listen to Janice's interview with Laura about the story of what led to her sister's suicide and how she struggles to understand and cope with the loss, you can listen here: http://www.niagarapodcasters.org/podcasts/our-minds-matter/episodes/6

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