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Re: Questions for Kris Holloway

Hi Ann Marie,

I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of the baby. It's never easy, no matter what culture we hail from. But, as you suggest, other cultures have ways of coping with/celebrating/understanding death that we in the U.S. are sorely lacking. Thanks for letting me know that the book provides a space in which to consider these issues. I'm so flattered, and so pleased to know it.

Kris


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