Nov 1, 2017
Eileen Doyon lost her mom and brother when she was 23, but grief didn't really hit her until she watched her father die from lung cancer in her early fifties. The depth of losing him launched her into a dark place where she landed on writing as her way through. She's since published a series of books called Unforgettable Faces and Stories that gives others space to tell their own stories of heartbreak and loss. Also on the show, a listener can't cry after the death of her brother. And I talk about going home after loss.
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