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Author · Speaker · Consultant
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Embracing Life's Challenges
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Tue, Jan 2 | Newly Widowed Group Program

Thu, Jan 25 | Candid conversation about Living with Loss, One Day at a Time

Mon, Jan 29 | The Art of Managing Possessions: What to do with all your stuff?

Mon, Jan 29 | The International Day Of Hope & Healing After Loss Conference

A meaningful gift for yourself or for those who have experienced a loss.

Finding Peace + Living with Loss
(autographed copies with gift card)

Finding Peace, One Piece At A Time

People are raving about Finding Peace, One Piece at a Time

"Finding Peace, One Piece at a Time" is especially commended to the attention of family members charged with the responsibility of dealing with the possessions of a loved one who has passed. Exceptionally well organized and presented, "Finding Peace, One Piece at a Time" is a unique and impressively 'real world practical' little compendium of advice, instruction and insight that is unreservedly recommended for personal, professional, community, and academic library collections. Thoroughly 'user friendly' in tone, commentary and style, it should be noted that "Finding Peace, One Piece at a Time" is also available in a digital book format.

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      —Helen Dumont, Reviewer

“Rachel Kodanaz was an absolute pleasure to work with. She was warm, direct, incredibly communicative, and her presentation was both informative and empathetic. She made it a point to connect with every single person who attended the event and this personal touch meant so much to our audience. Finding Peace, One Piece at a Time is a work that can help community members from all walks of life and amidst various life cycle changes and so is continually relevant. Thank you, Rachel, for bringing your insights to our community!!”
      —Amy Weiner Weiss | Director of Festivals & Adult Art Academies
"For Kodanaz, the question she wants readers to be able to answer after reading her book is, 'By keeping this item, how do I keep my love one’s memory alive in a significant and meaningful way?'" Read more
—Amy Tucci, President and CEO at Hospice Foundation of America
"I honor Rachel's courage and passion for taking on such a hard subject that so many deal with on a daily basis.  We are all fighting a hard battle."
Zach P. Smith, CSA
"Rachel makes the impossible possible."
Linda Smythe, RN
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