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A Daunting Task: Cleaning Out a Late Loved One’s Home

June 16, 2019

From the nextavenue website

After a parent or another loved one dies, one of the hardest tasks is cleaning out their home. Whether or not it’s the home you grew up in, the house or apartment will likely hold some memories and going through the contents can be emotionally draining.

John D. Moore, a licensed psychotherapist in Chicago and editor of Guy Counseling, says, “In many cases, the child (or children) of the deceased aren’t properly prepared for the torrent of emotions” that can erupt from sorting through a parent’s belongings after they have passed.

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