This is the first episode in a series about Grief and Music. Music affects our souls. God created it that way. Music can be a powerful tool as we fight our way out of the darkness, trying to find hope, light, meaning and purpose again after the death of our child.
In this episode, I will share my personal experiences with music, as well as giving you plenty of reasons to have music in your life right now, showing you lots of ways that music (including sad music) can help with your grief.
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