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Bobbi Emel

Bobbi Emel, MFT is a psychotherapist in Los Altos, Ca. Her own experience with grief after losing her partner to breast cancer resulted in her passion to help others build resilience in their lives, including how to walk the path of grief peacefully. She blogs about resiliency at http://www.bobbiemel.com/blog

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Cat Offers Solace in the Grieving Years

After my partner, Ruth, died in 2004, I found solace in a most unusual source, our sixteen-year-old calico cat, Daisy. Now, I know pets are often a great source of […]

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Are You Grieving Right? Yes!

The 27-year-old young woman┬áhad called for an appointment because her father┬ádied six months ago. Now she sat across from me, squirming slightly on the comfortable suede sofa in my office. […]

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Regaining the Bounce

I played basketball when I was younger and occasionally even now, I enjoy going out and shooting some baskets. I love the feel of the leather and the springy sound […]

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