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Alan Creedon on the impact of disenfranchised childhood grief
When Alan Creedon was a young boy, his sister Aoife was quietly removed from their home and placed in a home for children with disabilities, as was the ‘done thing’ in rural Ireland.
This ambiguous loss and the resultant disenfranchised grief would play a significant part in how Alan would engage with life and other people.
After decades of depression, Alan decided to embark on a solo journey, walking from the UK to his hometown in Kerry, in memory of his sister Aoife. To speak about what had been unspeakable for years.
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