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Published March 20, 2023 in

Ep. 102 Jackie Furlong on Delayed Grief following the death of her daughter

Episode 102

Jackie Furlong describes the immense psychological and emotional challenges of coping with the profound impact of her daughter’s death, without the benefit of emotional literacy. It would be years after her loss that Jackie would learn how to grieve. Jackie’s thesis was an autobiography – Giving Voice to Grief. The question she researched – Is there a path through the grieving process where we can find a deeper understanding of what it means to grieve? Her writing is based on her own lived experience and inspired by the loss of her 22yr old daughter in 2007.

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Shapes of Grief is an internationally recognized organization dedicated to enhancing competency around loss, grief and bereavement literacy. Curated by Psychotherapist and grief specialist Liz Gleeson, Shapes of Grief equips individuals with the tools and expertise necessary for understanding and supporting the complex needs of the bereaved, or people grieving any type of loss.  With a curriculum that has been meticulously developed to include the most comprehensive evidence-based material available, Shapes Of Grief stands out as the only program to feature contributions from international grief experts. The award-winning online programme offers different levels of training to accurately meet the needs of each learner.  Don’t wait to make a difference in the lives of those who need it most, sign-up HERE for our FREE Masterclass in Loss & Grief.  #grief #bereavement #parentalloss

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