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July 28, 2014

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Mary Maulsby

This is the best piece on grieving I think I have ever read. You holistically, wisely and compassionately touched Body, Mind, and Spirit in just a few words. I will share it on Facebook and hope others share it because this is so beautiful, important and validating for anyone going through any kind of grief. Thank you, Kris.
Mary Maulsby, MA
Former Director
Emotional Support Services
New Mexico AIDS Services

Mike

What a great aspiration, that our highest achievement in life could be to truly love another! "The currency of deep love is deep pain." Well said! Thanks, Kris!

Kristin L. Roush, Ph.D.

Thanks so much, Mike. I am glad that that was a main "take away" for you. Me, too. Now that I have gone through grief a few times, I am much more conscious of my choice to open my heart - again - and to know that someday, I will most likely be paying this price again. I now knowingly and glady accept those terms. The alternative is to close my heart, and shrivel up and die myself...

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