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Write a Grief Letter to 2020

To experience the sense of renewal that a new year brings, we must process what we’re leaving behind

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I’ve always been a fan of writing letters. As a child, I would send letters full of stickers to a pen pal and felt a rush of excitement every time a reply appeared in the mailbox.

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Catherine Andrews

Catherine Andrews

Teaching awakening + healing through vulnerability + self-compassion. Finding hope in a messy world. Author of the Sunday Soother. http://catherinedandrews.com

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