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IRIS MITCHELL BOLTON is Director Emeritus of the Link Counseling Center, a non profit
counseling center in Atlanta, Georgia. She graduated from Columbia University in New York,
attended Georgia State University Atlanta in Community Counseling and holds a master's
degree from Emory University Atlanta. She has received training in the United States and
abroad. She is co-founder of the North Atlanta Chapter of Compassionate Friends, a
national, self-help organization for bereaved parents. She is a nationally known grief
counselor, lecturer and crisis intervention consultant.
CHARLES CURTIS MITCHELL (1903-1998) has written numerous articles for national magazines and is the author of more than a dozen books. He was a full colonel in the Army at the Pentagon and directed public relations at the New York offices of Paramount Pictures. He is the grandfather of Curtis Mitchell Bolton (1956-1977), whose suicide inspired this book.
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