Life After Loss: 100th Anniversary Show with Henrietta J. Burroughs and Alan Pedersen

November 3, 2019

What if? Have you ever thought about what your life would have looked like without loss? On this 100th Open To Hope anniversary show Dr’s Gloria and Heidi Horsley, explore with bereaved parents Alan Pedersen, Executive Director of The Compassionate Friends and reporter and talk show host Henrietta J. Burroughs the impact of loss and how it has informed their life choices. Alan Pedersen sings to close the show.

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