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Megan Aronson Aug 15
When someone is broken, don't try to fix them. (You can't) When someone is hurting, don't attempt to take away their pain. (You can't) Instead love them by walking beside them in the hurt. (You can)...
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Widows Closets Aug 12
For five years, I have been carrying this big boulder of grief around with me. Often the load is heavy and cumbersome, and physically and emotionally hard to manage. Just because I have gotten used to carrying grief doesn't mean it doesn't hurt anymore.
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Megan Devine Aug 14
Wherever you are in your , no matter what ANYONE else says, you do not have to "move on." Your grief, and the love that fuels it, will shift and change of its own will. But that love remains. You no more need to move on from it than it needs to move on from you. Love is.
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When You Die Aug 14
A poignant and powerful piece
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Alex Thomas Aug 13
Grief is an indescribable pain. It is a demon that possess you. It swallows your soul and leaves you empty and broken.
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C. Ossefort-Russell Aug 15
When you don't know what to say to your grieving friend, it still helps to say *something*. For example, “I’m so sorry. What you’re going through is so big that I can’t even find words.” What words have offered you comfort amidst your ?
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SatontheBeach Aug 13
This is simply beautiful & is often used as a way to talk to children about death
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Vee Queue Aug 17
Seeing all the business signs, piss me off more than anything. They trigger me. 😞
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Alison #SaveDaredevil 8h
I stand by my earlier “fuck off” mood post. Nothing has improved today.
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The Counsellors Café 13h
We need to talk about death: I was not prepared for how lonely grief would be 'When my father died I lost the ability to live normally'
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Nelba Márquez-Greene, LMFT 🇵🇷🇨🇦 Aug 11
One time I posted a pic of the kids’ swing-set & said “My heart is broken- I don’t know what to do with it.” Someone commented with instructions on how to “feel better”. I just wanted a witness to the awful. Often grief support is sitting in the darkness with us.
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Jodie Aug 12
Tried a degloved finger yesterday .
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Ms. Kimiko Shibata 🇨🇦 Aug 17
This is nothing short of beautiful.
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Tom Delahunt Aug 16
Painful irony. 😔
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Life.Death.Whatever. Aug 17
Life. Death. Whatever & an immeasurable tragedy by
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Nick Scutari, Pastor, Dreamer, Baker 22h
Went for a walk tonight, for the first time in a few weeks. Always feel better afterwards, even if my times suck. I guess I'm grateful for the fact that it's usually an emotional release, as well. Man, this grief thing really sucks sometimes...
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C. Ossefort-Russell Aug 12
When my husband died & I suddenly found myself as a sole parent awash in emotions that threatened to drown me, one of the first things I realized is that I couldn’t survive on my own. I had to rely on the generous people around me for practical and emotional support.
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Nick Scutari, Pastor, Dreamer, Baker Aug 17
I so needed this today. Stolen from
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A Little Lifetime 13h
If you are feeling sad today because you are meant to be taking your little boy or girl to the or watching it together at home, know that we are thinking of you.
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Megan Devine 17h
It's so much harder to say, "This sucks, and there's nothing I can do. But I'm here, and I love you," rather than offer those standard words of comfort. It's so much harder, and so much more useful, loving, & kind. Show up. Listen. Don't fix.
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