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Talinda Bennington
"WE RISE BY LIFTING OTHERS" ~R.Ingersoll
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Talinda Bennington Apr 7
“Committed suicide” conveys shame and wrongdoing; it doesn’t capture the pathology of the condition that ultimately led to a death. It implies that the person who died was a perpetrator rather than a victim. # via
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Talinda Bennington Apr 1
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Talinda Bennington Mar 21
Replying to @vickycornell
I love you so much!
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Talinda Bennington Mar 20
Happy birthday!You made the world brighter from the moment you were gave me the world w/your love &children.For that,I can never repay you.I pray you are dancing in Heaven.The kids &I are privately celebrating you today by doing your fav family activities
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Talinda Bennington Mar 18
Check out Dr. Barbara Van Dhalen’s new podcast! Inner Space gets deep and personal about about mental health!
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Talinda Bennington Mar 15
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Talinda Bennington Mar 2
Beautiful baby ❤️
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Change Direction Mar 1
March is Initiative's month as we remember and honor Chester Bennington memory, lead singer of Linkin Park. Join us and post a selfie sharing !
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Talinda Bennington Feb 27
Replying to @chrisstyles44
I was just rocking out to Wish this morning
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Talinda Bennington Feb 26
I’m always trying to put a smile on their little faces...Daddy got Lily her dog, Prince. He is her ❤️. Daddy’s favorite color is rainbow 🌈 Prince + 🌈 = HAPPINESS 4 LILY
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LINKIN PARK Feb 19
Thank you for honoring with the first ever ‘Music Unites’ award recognizing philanthropy in the live entertainment community. We appreciate all of our friends and supporters who use their voice to help others.
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Talinda Bennington Feb 22
Thank you AMG for your continued support of 320. It’s an honor to be featured in your first magazine.
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Talinda Bennington Feb 21
OMG! I remember that! We were together and he was freaking out that a stranger now had his phone number. We came up with the silly military idea together 😂😂
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Lauren Herschel 29 Dec 17
Replying to @LaurenHerschel
For most people, the ball never really goes away. It might hit less and less and you have more time to recover between hits, unlike when the ball was still giant. I thought this was the best description of grief I’ve heard in a long time.
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Lauren Herschel 29 Dec 17
Replying to @LaurenHerschel
Over time, the ball gets smaller. It hits the button less and less but when it does, it hurts just as much. It’s better because you can function day to day more easily. But the downside is that the ball randomly hits that button when you least expect it.
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Lauren Herschel 29 Dec 17
Replying to @LaurenHerschel
In the beginning, the ball is huge. You can’t move the box without the ball hitting the pain button. It rattles around on its own in there and hits the button over and over. You can’t control it - it just keeps hurting. Sometimes it seems unrelenting.
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Talinda Bennington Feb 21
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Talinda Bennington Feb 20
This will be a beautiful and emotional display of Chester. was a longtime friend and photographer of Chester and had shot some of the best photos of him to date.
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Talinda Bennington Feb 17
So sweet ❤️ Thank you!
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