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April 1, 2015
...godspeed dr ross...godspeed.....
January 5, 2015
Elisabeth changed my life for ever when I attended workshop in Portland Maine. I just wish I was able to realize then what I do now. The farm in Headwaters was a real turning point.
November 6, 2014
I had the pleasure of hearing Dr. Ross in Chicago, Illinois when I was in Nursing School around 1974. She sounded like an angel and I was profoundly moved by her message of Hope and Love. Her books have helped me throughout my life in dealing with the death and the Joy of what comes next! Dr. Ross is now an Angel with her God! <
September 4, 2014
I had never dealt with personal loss before my twins murder at the WTC on 9/11.
I found my self as the sole care taker of my mother who had Hep C and my elderly dad at 97.
After they passed I found comfort as a volunteer at Calvary Hospital in the Bronx.
I would try to relate my experiences to grieving families but would not tell them about my experience other than to say that there is a very large body of work concerning palliative care and the grieving process. This fact is unknown to most people.
One day 2 years ago the hospital was abuzz about a lecture being given. Professionals from all over came to the lecture. I stood in the back of a packed room and listened to Elisabeth Kubler Ross talking about her work.
I was fascinated with her.
When I saw her OB here I had to share this story.
While on my own journey of of tragedy and grief her life work was a beacon.
Thank you Calvary. Thank you Elisabeth Kubler Ross.
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