John James, the Grief Recovery Process, Part 2


John did not wake up one morning 30 years ago and say “Grief, what a concept, I think I’ll devote my life to helping people deal with it.” John was propelled into this arena by the death of a three-day-old son: the death of his father, followed by the horrors of combat in Vietnam; and then the death of his brother. John discovered a method of completing the pain of grief that turned out to be applicable to all significant emotional losses. He founded the Grief Recovery Institute, and to date more than 500,000 people have benefited directly from his discoveries. See how, here.