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Grief expert and neuroscientist Mary-Frances O'Connor on the science of how we learn from love and loss

Book cover for The Grieving Brain
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Renowned grief expert and neuroscientist Mary-Frances O’Connor shares groundbreaking discoveries about what happens in our brain when we grieve, providing a new paradigm for understanding love, loss, and learning. Her new book is "The Grieving Brain."

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