I promise this is my last post on Walt-the-dog or at least about him dying. This one is about how Thorin dealt with losing his friend. Of course he did a better job than I did. To read more you will have to follow this link to
The Good Men Project.
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About Kari Wagner-Peck
Kari Wagner-Peck lives with her husband and son in Maine. She is a writer & storyteller who home schools with her son.
She is the author of the memoir Not Always Happy: An Unusual Parenting Journey, May, 2017, Central Recovery Press.
She has been published at CNN, Psychology Today online, The New York Times Well Family blog, The Huffington Post, The The Good Men Project, The Sydney Morning Herald Daily Life blog, BLOOM and Love That Max among others.
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Thank you. Lifted my heart.
Children are much better at this sort of thing:)