There is another thing Laura has learned in ten years of grieving the death of her daughter that she did not talk about in last week’s episode, which is how much of an emotional roller coaster ride it is now, even ten years later.
Yes, as the years go by, things smooth out and we may not find ourselves on the roller coaster ride as often, but it still happens. In this episode, Laura shares how frustrating and yet normal it is to still find herself in that place occasionally. She also shares several illustrations of what this grief journey is like for a bereaved parent over the years.
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