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Posted by: Corry Roach on 11/16/2009 | 0 Comments

The following is a link to a teleconference call I did some time ago for Ten Million Clicks for Peace. Just click on it and sit back...

bit.ly/audioTMC

Posted by: Corry Roach on 11/14/2009 | 2 Comments

This is an experience that happened to me many years ago, when I faced continued physical deterioration until I had to resort to the use of a wheelchair. What I learned through that experience has never left me. It addresses yet another aspect of the many faces of grief and its resolution.

Posted by: Corry Roach on 11/12/2009 | 0 Comments

My Canadian friend Linda Wilkins Parker's British father was killed during the second World War in Arnhem, Holland when she was a little girl just barely past two years of age. I had the privilege of visiting his grave there in 2005. As well, her newborn sister died during the Blitz in London. 

I am honoured Linda has given me permission to share this prose she wrote recently about her impressions of him. It clearly shows that although her father died, the relationship she has with him is alive and rich in memory and feelings today. I share it with the hope that her writing assists us to embrace and enhance our understanding of the ever changing and eternal aspects of the grief process, something so relevant on Remembrance Day/Veterans' Day...

Posted by: Corry Roach on 11/10/2009 | 0 Comments

Understanding the important connections between grief  and loss on Remembrance Day week leaves me with vision, peace and hope for the future...

 



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    "Corry,

    I look forward to reading your thoughts on men and grief and will share how it strikes me.

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