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Join Scott Cluthe on Twitter ! http:www.twitter.com/jscmedia Web Site: http://www.scottcluthe.com Scott Cluthe interviews Russell Friedman, co-author of MOVING BEYOND LOSS: Real Answers to Real Questions from Real People: Featuring the Proven Actions of The Grief Recovery Method Thursday at 8 PM EST. As a Bookend to teh Live Show, Scott Repeats Moving beyond Fear with Rev. Jeffery Golliher in the 2nd part of Thursday's show. About the book: Collected in this book are a bounty of personal and often moving questions cultivated from Tributes.com as well as the authors’ equally compelling responses and tips for using the Grief Recovery Method to deal with their broken hearts. The book not only deals with grief from loss of a loved one [or less than loved one], but also the grieving that occurs following a divorce, a sudden downturn in health, the loss of a job, and even the loss of faith. In October of 2010, Russell Friedman and John W. James became exclusive providers of grief and grief recovery related content on the memorial website called Tributes.com, a site that receives approximately 1.5 million unique hits per month, and to which readers submit very personal and unique grief-related questions.Russell Friedman and John W. James are the authors of the bestselling Grief Recovery Handbook and When Children Grieve. Together they run the Grief Recovery Institute. Friedman lives in Los Angeles, CA and James lives in Oregon.RUSSELL FRIEDMAN joined John at the Institute in 1986, on the heels of a second divorce and a devastating financial meltdown. After applying the principles and actions of The Grief Recovery Method7 to his own losses, Russell began learning how to help others. He and John co-authored the Revised Edition of The Grief Recovery Handbook and later the 20th Anniversary edition; and then they wrote When Children Grieve, and later Moving On. Russell and John have also written scores of articles on recovery from loss that have been published around the world.

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