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Louis LaGrand, Ph.D.

Premium Author Louis LaGrand, Ph.D.

Venice, Florida, USA


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Memorable Quotes:

Memorable Quotes

The most important thing you can do in coping with your loss is to keep telling yourself that you will make it through this dark time.

In coping with your loss, it is essential to take action. Time will not heal your wounds.

Brief biography:

Dr. LaGrand is a grief counselor and the author of eight books, the most recent, the popular Love Lives On: Learning from the Extraordinary Encounters of the Bereaved. He is known world-wide for his research on the Extraordinary Experiences of the bereaved (after-death communication phenomena) and is one of the founders of Hospice of the St. Lawrence Valley, Inc.


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