Bryony Gordon’s Mad World: Donna Lancaster

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    Therapist Donna Lancaster helps people come to terms with loss. She tells Bryony why it’s okay to be mourning your old way of life and why she’s running grief workshops to help people cope. Donna shares some of those tips with us, but says there’s one battle she’s yet to conquer – not eating a packet of Rolos in one sitting.

    For information about Donna’s grief events, follow @thebridgeretreat on Instagram.

    If you have Amazon Prime, you can watch the documentary about the Bridge Retreat that Donna mentions by searching for ‘Love(d)’.

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