Coping With Grief
Part 1: When you lose a love one
Part 2: When An Incurable Disorder Affects Daily Living. For Patients and Care Givers
What people are saying:
"This two part webinar was excellent. Such valuable information" -Sheila
"I loved this webinar. It felt like the speaker was talking directly to me..."
What this series is about:
Everyone has to cope with loss at some time. It may be a death or a diagnosis. The pain and heartache of grief has no timetable.
People who have lived with NF and other incurable disorders know the agony all too well. And even though grieving is a personal and highly individual experience, there are tools that can help you cope.
This series will is designed to help.
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