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Elizabeth Wagele

Elizabeth Wagele graduated from the University of California with honors in music and performed and taught piano. She and her husband Gus raised four children in Berkeley. She wrote "The Enneagram Made Easy," "The Enneagram of Death," "Are You My Type, Am I Yours?" "The Enneagram of Parenting," "Finding the Birthday Cake" (an Enneagram book for children 6 to 12 years old), "The Career Within You" (using the Enneagram for finding and managing your career), "The Happy Introvert," and "The Beethoven Enneagram" (a CD). Elizabeth Wagele graduated from the University of California with honors in music and performed and taught piano. She and her husband Gus raised four children in Berkeley. She wrote "The Enneagram Made Easy," "The Enneagram of Death," "Are You My Type, Am I Yours?" "The Enneagram of Parenting," "Finding the Birthday Cake" (an Enneagram book for children 6 to 12 years old), "The Career Within You" (using the Enneagram for finding and managing your career), "The Happy Introvert," and "The Beethoven Enneagram" (a CD). Find more at http://www.wagele.com.

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My Grief Process: Pain an ‘Exquisite Form of Love’

The complete version of this was written by J. J. a year after the deaths of her daughter and granddaughter. It was published in Elizabeth Wagele’s book, The Enneagram of […]

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My Grief Process: Pain an ‘Exquisite Form of Love’

The complete version of this was written by J. J. a year after the deaths of her daughter and granddaughter. It was published in Elizabeth Wagele’s book, The Enneagram of […]

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Telling a Child about a Death

Asking “what if” is helpful when it includes thinking things through in order to be prepared. One example is: “What if my child needs to be told some difficult news? […]

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Death Cafés: Comfortable Places to Talk about Death

Death as a topic for discussion has appeared on the front pages of The Los Angeles Times, “Passing Thoughts at L.A.’s first Death Café,” and the New York Times in […]

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