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27 Jun, 2016

Early on Monday morning, the week of the Symposium, Megan and I met with the hotel leadership staff at the Downtown Indianapolis Marriott. As we shared with them about the compassionate work of folks in our field, it was evident by their response that they got it – and that they were committed to helping us make this event a meaningful experience for everyone attending. I walked out of that meeting feeling excitement and energy looking toward Wednesday afternoon, as we welcomed hundreds of our colleagues and friends from across North America and the world! Today, following a wonderful experience together with all in attendance, my heart is filled with much gratitude!

10 Jun, 2016

Phyllis SilvermanThe National Alliance for Grieving Children sends our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Dr. Phyllis Silverman. Dr. Silverman has been a friend to so many of us over the years and for over 40 years has been a wonderful contributor to and supporter of the entire bereavement field.

10 Nov, 2015

Since watching my first TED Talk many years ago, I have been a TED enthusiast. Inspirational, educational, entrepreneurial...many of these talks are so life-changing that they practically obligate the viewer to consider the world in a different way. And while I have always been a fan, under no scenario did I ever imagine personally stepping into the admirable red circle. Between my self-perceived lack of entrepreneurialism, fairly severe public speaking anxiety, and a paralyzing fear of cameras, imagine my surprise when I not only worked up enough courage to submit an application, but was subsequently accepted to speak at TEDxLincoln in October 2015.

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