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John James, founder of The Grief Recovery Institute

John W. James

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Russell Friedman, Executive Director of The Grief Recovery Institute

Russell Friedman

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Co-Author of The Grief Recovery
Handbook & When Children Grieve


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An eleven year old's upset reactions to questions about the deaths of her father and granny actually make sense (Published 11-29-11)

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My 11 year old lost her father in 2009 and recently lost her Granny. She seems to get angry when people speak about her father and upset/aggravated when they ask how she is doing. Is this a normal reaction?


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