Grief is complicated. I thought I had it figured out, but I quickly discovered that I had much to learn.
In this post, I re-visit the difficult topic of grief. While not directly related to recovering from abuse, the post illustrates the importance of connecting to truth and asking for help.
I am grateful to The Perennial Gen for the opportunity to share part of my journey through grief after my husband, John passed away. Also, thanks to Holly Ordway and my classmates in Creative Writing who provided feedback on this piece two years ago.
Grief is complicated. I thought I had it figured out, but I quickly discovered that I had much to learn. Read More.
Author: Charlotte B. Thomason
I hold a Master of Science in Social Work from the University of Texas at Austin and a Master of Arts in Apologetics, Emphasis in Cultural Apologetics from Houston Baptist University. I also hold a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work from Graceland University.
With over 30 years of experience in foster care and social work, I have a wealth of experience from which to draw as I offer guidance to women in their journey of healing. I have seen, both professionally and personally the devastation created by child abuse.
My writing also reflects my personal journey to healing.
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