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Grief and Mito

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The only thing universal about grief is that it’s universal, something we’ll all experience at some point in our lives. It’s messy, hard, non-linear, and while it may change, grief is never ending. The complexities of being a parent, caregiver, or patient in the mitochondrial disease community adds many layers that impact the grieving process. Join us as chaplain and author Becky Sansbury leads us in a discussion with MitoAction Board Member, Jessica Fein and Adam Johnson, about the different kinds of grief we experience throughout the mito journey.

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Grief and Mito
Speaker:

The only thing universal about grief is that it’s universal, something we’ll all experience at some point in our lives. It’s messy, hard, non-linear, and while it may change, grief is never ending. The complexities of being a parent, caregiver, or patient in the mitochondrial disease community adds many layers that impact the grieving process. Join us as chaplain and author Becky Sansbury leads us in a discussion with MitoAction Board Member, Jessica Fein and Adam Johnson, about the different kinds of grief we experience throughout the mito journey.

Register