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Virtual Book Tour with Mary R. Morgan

Today we are pleased to welcome Mary Morgan, author of Beginning with the End, to our blog. Mary is a licensed psychotherapist who specializes in working with twinless twins. In her frank and moving memoir, she writes about the mysterious disappearance of her twin brother, Michael Rockefeller, and her healing journey. Her Mentor Center:  You’ve written a candid and deeply moving memoir about your journey to heal from the tragic loss of your twin brother, Michael Rockefeller, who was never recovered after his boat capsized off the coast of New … Continue reading

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The Haitian Earthquake: Emotional Support and Personal Strength

If you’re like so many Haitians and have recently suffered the death of a loved one, you can take control of what’s within your reach. It may not be easy, but you have the wisdom to know the difference between what you can manage and what you can’t. Try to get support from family, friends, your spiritual community, a therapist or a bereavement group. Make the decision to ask for help whenever you need it – you don’t have to do it all alone. Make a public commitment to those … Continue reading

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