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2021 Healing After Suicide Loss Interview Series, hosted by Carolin Brookings, with Sara J. Cobb
Sara J. Cobb – founder of My Grief Connection and murder-suicide loss survivor. Sara’s passion and advocacy
for grief and mental health education grew from a combination of her interests, strengths, and life experiences.
She was called to connect fellow grievers with resources for healing after her own trauma of loss, following
the tragic deaths of her two older brothers, 43 years apart – one by a freak accident and one in a murder-suicide.
She finds meaning by sharing her story of mending from the wounds of sibling and suicide bereavement
and guiding others toward tools and resources that offer hope and healing after loss.
Here’s what you can expect from Sara’s interview…Supporting Survivors After Murder-Suicide Loss.
- Sara shares what it was like to lose her brother in a murder-suicide
- Find out about the ways in which murder-suicide loss survivors can get support
- Sara talks about the support group for murder-suicide loss survivors that she is co-leading
To learn more about Sara and My Grief Connection, visit www.mygriefconnection.org.
Sara J. Cobb
Founder, My Grief Connection
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