Harriet Ware-Austin writes about the loss of her sisters, fifty years later. This shows how powerful and long-lasting are the effects of sibling loss, how important the grieving process is and how replacement children can keep a loving memory.
When Harriet Ware-Austin was eight she witnessed a plane accident in which her two older sisters died. She has spent much of the last 49 years in what she describes as a “tunnel” of private grief. But recently she set out to connect with others touched by the same tragic event.
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