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There are definitely some shows that show Death and Dying in it’s rawest form. Breaking Bad and Grey’s Anatomy come to mind. But #grief?
Any ideas?

It takes great vulnerability to open up about the end of life in such a public way. Thank you, @Oprah, for sharing your experience. We are sorry for your loss. https://t.co/FkF9AWCoSa

This is why, when I see a great play, I purchase the script ASAP! So I can read the line to myself and savor the moment. @dramatistsguild @PlayAtWriting You’ve inspired me to write some of those lines myself! Thanks!

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Grief Dialogues is an educational and informational community and not meant to diagnose or act as medical treatment.
Professional support services based on life and grief coaching practices for moving forward after loss may be offered.
If you are experiencing serious suicidal thoughts that you cannot control, please stop now and telephone 911 or call
the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

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© 2018 | Grief Dialogues. All Rights Reserved.