Psychotherapist Megan Devine is a pioneer in the fields of grief and loss, speaking out on the ways we twist the normal, healthy expression of grief into something to rush through or hide away. Through her website, media appearances, training programs, and Writing Your Grief communities, she's been shaking up our culture's ideas around grief - and love - since 2009. Her book, It's OK That You're Not OK, is considered required reading by grieving people and professionals around the world. Her second book is the guided grief journal, How to Carry What Can’t Be Fixed. Megan has been featured in the New York Times, Washington Post, Harvard Business Review, GQ, The Atlantic, The Sun Magazine, and other publications. She's a popular guest on many broadcasts, including Marketplace from American Public Media, the Dave Nemo Show, WBUR’s Cognoscenti, and NPR’s Morning Edition. You’ll see her on media outlets all across the US when grief erupts on a wider scale. Visit http://refugeingrief.com for more.Read more Read less
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