Er Veronika Katinkas bog et mediestunt eller seriøs litteratur?
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Kirstine har startet en sorggruppe for unge, der har brudt med deres forældre
Kirstine cuttede kontakten til faren, fordi det var det eneste rigtige for hende. Nu har hun lavet et fællesskab for andre i samme situation.
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