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Dear Ones,

The Grief Healing Blog went "live" on the Internet yesterday, and you are cordially invited to check it out! Formerly known as Marty's Marvelous Resources and aimed only at my grief counselor colleagues at Hospice of the Valley, this blog gives me a way to capture (and share with all of you) what I consider to be "the best of the best" information on the Internet about grief, loss and transition. As I say in my Welcome message,

This is my way of sharing with the bereaved – and with those who care for and about them – all the online treasures I find as I work my way around the Internet, in search of the latest and best information having to do with grief, loss and transition.

Because I work primarily online, I’m continually exploring what’s “out there” in cyberspace, as I search for grief resources I consider valuable enough to use and to share with others. Whether for my bereavement counselor colleagues and bereaved clients (in response to a given situation or request) or for my own personal interest, I am always on the look-out for excellent articles, books, Web sites and resources – ones that I would consider credible, reliable, and useful enough to recommend to others.

In my daily travels around the Web, I’m always discovering valuable resources that I think deserve a wider audience and ought to be shared with everyone who may be interested. Finding useful information about grief, loss and transition is like a treasure hunt for me, and once I find these treasures, I don’t want to lose track of them. I have a need to “put” them somewhere so that others can find and use them, too ~ perhaps more easily and more quickly than I did. This blog offers me a marvelous way to do that.

The volume of material available to us on the Internet is exploding, and many of us don’t have the time, the energy, or the inclination to find it, much less digest it all. You might think of this blog as my effort to “search the Web so you don’t have to.”

Here you will find announcements of forthcoming workshops, conferences, podcasts, radio and television programs focused on grief and loss, as well as links to recommended articles and other Web sites, along with an occasional book review.

If in your own travels you find something you think I should know about, or if you want to share your reactions to anything I’ve blogged about, please send me an e-mail at tousleym@aol.com.

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