At some point in all our lives, we’ve experienced a loss, whether it’s an immediate family member of our own, or someone close to us who has lost a loved one. And we all navigate the process of grief, from our own to supporting someone else who’s going through it, often times without a road map. That’s why we were so pleased to speak with author Kate Inglis about her new book Notes for the Everlost: A Field Guide to Grief, which is part-memoir, part grief handbook. A dear friend of ours from back when we all started blogging, Kate speaks candidly about the loss of her son Liam, and what friends and helpers can do to support loved ones during their difficult time.
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You can learn more about Kate’s book, as well as her other work, on her website.