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August 17, 2018

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March 29, 2018
I am just now finishing reading Donald's book, Shame and Pride and I am learning so much from it which I believe will help me live a better life. Donald was an insightful and brilliant man who has made an impact on myself and the world. I will spread the knowlege I have gained from him to others. My condolances.

David
January 22, 2018
Dear Roz and family,
Let me extend to you my deepest condolences. Don was a very special human being, someone who had a significant influence in my personal and professional life. I was fortunate to have met Don in 1994 and to have maintained an ongoing relationship that helped me [and others] begin to make sense of life. Generous to a fault with his time and wisdom, Don's infectious personality and great wit meant that every interaction was always challenging yet memorable.

My last memory of Don was nearly three years ago when I visited him at his home. Despite his recent stoke, we spent some time exchanging some wonderful stories and experiences. Hardly a day passes in my life without the mention of Donald Nathason's name.
Don's contribution to the Restorative Justice movement cannot be overstated.

I am truly grateful that I came to know Donald Nathanson.

My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Terry O'Connell
Australia
January 1, 2018
Roz, Julie and family,
It was a honor to know Dr. Don and you, his lovely family. My sincere condolences for this tremendous loss. May it comfort you that he is at peace with all his memories back were they belong. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time and always. He will always be remembered!
Sending you all love and hugs.
Fondly,
Nicole'
December 30, 2017
Don was one of the most influential teacher/mentor/friends in my professional and personal life. He encouraged me to take concepts he introduced to me, and to expand them to new places. His work to get recognition of Silvan Tompkins Affect Theory into the mainstream of Psychiatry was so important. His recognition of the feeling of shame/humiliation and it's central role in personality and psychology was momentous. The faith he had in me was invaluable to my development as a Psychiatrist and a human being. I was genuinely lucky to have had Don come into my life, and I will never forget him.