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Lynda Cheldelin Fell
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Award-winning author | Emotional Healing Expert | Visionary Trailblazer www.lyndafell.com
Award-winning author | Emotional Healing Expert | Visionary Trailblazer www.lyndafell.com

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The Fear of Rejection
One of the joys of my day is walking alongside people who are either writing for the first time in our books series or writing their own. Like any first-time parent, nerves can easily poke holes in our courage and we drive ourselves batty with questions. Wi...

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Fighting For Hope
Some weeks it rains. Some weeks it pours. And some weeks it feels like we're standing under Niagra Falls. This is one of those weeks. I'm sick as a dog, my hubby's sick as a dog, and we have a sick dog. Thanks to a wicked head cold, I'm missing my niece's b...

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Mary lost her 60-year-old husband David when he died of heart failure in 2012. Hear Mary's heartfelt story in this audio excerpt from "Poetry & Prose and More," part of the award-winning Grief Diaries book series. Learn more at www.GriefDiaries.com.

https://youtu.be/hGeOssdAlik

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Tanya lost her 43-year-old husband Ivor when he suffered a fatal heart attack in 2013. Hear Tanya's story in this audio excerpt from "Surviving Loss of a Spouse," part of the award-winning Grief Diaries book series. Learn more at www.GriefDiaries.com.

https://youtu.be/pTWZiq-70qw

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A story about living in the shadow of a well-known father and attempting suicide. https://pitheadchapel.com/im-not-really-here/ #SuicideAwareness #suicide

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A big shoutout and thank you to Sarah Rickerd of The Director magazine! Funeral directors are caregivers at heart and I'm super excited to release their stories in "Grief Diaries: Through the Eyes of a Funeral Director" this spring. #GriefDiaries #HealingHearts #FindingHope
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Hi friends. We'll be doing a photo shoot for teen grievers at the ADEC Conference in Portland this week, and in Seattle on Sunday from 1 to 5 pm. Although we've specifically invited teen grievers and those facing loss by suicide, I want to personally invite anyone who is grieving to come do a self expression of grief and have their photo taken. It's free, no appointment is necessary, and all ages are welcome. Details are in the press release but let me know if you have any questions about the project. Thank you. -Lynda XO

https://www.prlog.org/12630462-national-photoshoot-tour-invites-teens-affected-by-suicide.html

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Grief in the Workplace - The Last Frontier
Kristen Frasch, editor of Human Resource Executive
magazine, was at a national conference in Las Vegas when her husband's lifeless
body was discovered at home. Because she had used up all the time she was
entitled to under the Family and Medical Leave Act c...

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Kristen Frasch, editor of Human Resource Executive magazine, was at a national conference in Las Vegas when her husband's lifeless body was discovered at home. Because she had used up all the time she was entitled to under the Family and Medical Leave Act caring for her father during his hospice, Kristen was left with her allotted three days of bereavement leave before returning to the demands of her job.

Kristen interviewed me last fall for an article in this month's issue of the magazine. Grief in the workplace remains an uncharted frontier for many employers. I'm honored to have contributed to such an important topic and be cited as the source (see Suggestions for Managers/Co-Workers in the tan box).

Thank you, Kristen, for using your own story to open the dialogue on grief in the workplace! You rock!

http://www.humanresourceexecutive-digital.com/humanresourceexecutive/march_2017?pg=40#pg40

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