The Experience Camp Blog: Why do people expect me to be over my grief?

I have the privilege of sharing on the Experience Camps blog as a guest writer. I got this question from a young camper and it got me thinking about grief, timing and how the expectations we place on people:

Check out my response here. And check out Experience Camps at the link below.

In Service and In Gratitude,


Experience Camps is a nonprofit that champions the nation’s 5.3 million bereaved children and runs a network of no-cost camps that help grieving children thrive. Since 2009, Experience Camps has transformed the lives of thousands of children by reframing the experience of their grief and empowering them with the confidence, skills, and support to move forward with their lives.

Please, learn more and consider donating to Experience Camps. You can do so here.


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