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Laura Brown interview and new book - amazing.

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Laura Brown interview and new book - amazing.

Post by felicity on 11/5/2013, 2:18 pm

I wanted to share this interview with Laura Brown -




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Re: Laura Brown interview and new book - amazing.

Post by felicity on 11/5/2013, 2:20 pm

This book (Your Turn for Care: Surviving the Aging and Death of the Adults who Harmed You) by Laura Brown PhD. sounds amazing - especially, for what I am going through right now - and, others here also.

Take a listen and see what you think.

She is one of the speakers at our conference - and, will be doing workshop on this book while there.  

Wow -

http://www.drlaurabrown.com/ is her website - and, of course you can get her book on Amazaon - I am off to purchase it now.  

Post what you think here.

(sorry for the two posts - it wouldn't let me put both in one post).



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Re: Laura Brown interview and new book - amazing.

Post by soaringwings on 11/5/2013, 2:22 pm

Yep it was amazing..... is she speaking at the conference??
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Re: Laura Brown interview and new book - amazing.

Post by felicity on 11/5/2013, 2:49 pm

Yes, she agreed to do a plenary and workshop

Her book is not expensive - I want to read it before hand - she seems an amazing person -


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Re: Laura Brown interview and new book - amazing.

Post by Catie on 11/5/2013, 3:42 pm

I will have to be sure to look. I have her kindle book in my wishlist and planned to get it when I have time to read it soon. I'm at work, but need to be sure to check this out. Thanks, Felicity.
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Re: Laura Brown interview and new book - amazing.

Post by felicity on 11/13/2013, 8:54 am

I got the book today - so excited.



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Re: Laura Brown interview and new book - amazing.

Post by Whole>parts on 11/26/2013, 9:09 am

My parents died before this ever became an issue. I was only 30 considered it a blessing for years that I wouldn't have to care for them as they hadn't even raised me. But as years go by I'm so alone and I wonder how much healing or positive relationship might have happened...or not. I see people needing their parents thru the entire lifespan and I feel so terribly alone. My kids are now older than I was when they died and I find it hard to know how to be a good mother to them cause I had no experience.
I'm interested in the book but not sure if I'd get anything out of it?
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Re: Laura Brown interview and new book - amazing.

Post by felicity on 12/20/2013, 1:05 pm

I think anyone would get a lot out of this book. It talks about being strong and going 'through' fear - don't know if that made sense. I am still reading - I like her voice a lot. I am enjoying the book and getting a lot from it.




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