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John O’Donohue – For the Family & Friends of a Suicide

John O’Donohue offering tenderness in the face of one of the most painful experiences life can bring. Palace Gate Counselling Service, Exeter Counselling Exeter since 1994 Advertisements

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John O’Donohue on Grief

People often come to this service bringing grief, sometimes for a death, sometimes other forms of loss. Our sense is that the process of mourning and letting go is a profoundly important one therapeutically, and plays a significant part in … Continue reading

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