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I am a grief counselor in Venice, Florida.
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I lead support groups for those who are mourning the death of a loved one and give workshops on "Nine Proven Survival Skills for Coping with Loss and Change" throughout the US and abroad.

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Love Lives On

In 1981 I began collecting experiences of people who came to me for counseling and believed they had received a contact from their loved one. I have written 4 books on the subject. Here is a description of the most recent one.



Learning from the Extraordinary Encounters of the Bereaved


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Posted on September 20, 2011 at 11:47am

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At 10:02pm on June 5, 2012, Betty said…
Thank you Lou.  Please send any info to my email at designerconsigner@sbcglobal.net.      I can use it all because at this time I can't get through one minute.  Thank you 
At 4:49pm on June 5, 2012, Betty said…
Just lost my brother a week ago.  We were very close.  It takes everything I have to get out of bed.  Please tell me more about the survival tips and counseling
At 12:48pm on July 8, 2010, Stephanie said…
hello, i'm sorry ive taken this long to see your post, i didnt know how to get around this site much. i do thank you for what you said, and find it to be so very true.
i hope to keep in contact. thank you so much, janice
At 12:58am on April 27, 2009, Shady Wilbury said…
Thanks for commenting on the blog post. I'm beginning to consider exactly what you said, and I'm realising that the things I really miss are simple little things. It's things like her insight, which is unlike anything else I've ever had from anybody else, and her humour. These things I guess being the "essence" of any friendship. Thanks for being here.
At 8:35pm on April 26, 2009, Jonnie Russell said…
Thank you very much Lou for reaching out and being here I deeply appreciate your message.
At 11:50am on April 18, 2009, Diana, Certified Grief Counselor said…
Welcome to the community. Please tell us more about the nine proven survival skills.

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