Grief and Bereavement (cont.)
- Several Web sites may be helpful. A caution: A mass of information is available on the Internet and in books. Simply because something is published, on the Web or elsewhere, does not attest to its validity. Use your best judgment in your reading and continually ask yourself, "Does this ring true?"
Lynn Barkley Burnett, EdD, MS, LLB
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