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Clara Cort Jul 9
You never stop . No matter how many programs and activities you go to or how many new hobbies you pick up, the emptiness stays in your heart to remind you that you've lost someone really precious and irreplaceable... 😔
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Emily Thiroux Threatt 4h
Start a new journal where you write everything you are happy about from your yummy breakfast, to a flower you see, to someone smiling at you. Everything that makes you happy. When you keep track of all this goodness, you can't help but be happy!
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MarinaFeenix Jul 10
I'm just trying to give myself time, but I'm impatient.
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Elizabeth 11h
Replying to @EKJaeger
Her death is inevitable. But now is not a time to dwell on what is to come. It is a time to cherish in what time we have. I have begun the process, knowing she will not be around next year for our annual reunion.
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richard 12h
“The research I have seen, and will stun you, that everyone you love has a 100% chance of dying.” Nora Mclnemy
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Special K Jul 14
When she died, some told me, “she’s no longer suffering.” What about me?
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Melody Beattie 11h
The Grief Club a safe place to jump-start your heart, begin to believe in life again and take the journey you didn’t ask for or want but found yourself taking anyway.
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Nazia Ghauri Jul 11
Replying to @crush_material
:((( too sad to say anything rn
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Marcel Jul 8
Is there a support group for people who have lost their AirPods?
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RedefinedSoul Jul 8
This is a true period you will have to go through. My actions and poor choices hurt many people and caused me to lose some beautiful people in my life! Sometimes all for the sake of not wanting to accept the fact that I was wrong! What if, just maybe, you are wrong?
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Melody Beattie Jul 14
No matter what you face, you’re not alone although you may feel alienated from the world. Whatever your loss, other people have gone through it too.
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Andryll 6h
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Chelsea Hanson Jul 14
A mother's is as timeless as her love.
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HospiceRedRiverValley Jul 12
The death of a loved one can be one of the most stressful life events a person may experience, whether the death is expected or not. HRRV is committed to supporting individuals throughout our communities in a variety of ways:
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Millie 13h
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valerie jean 16h
I have to admit since my wonderful husband Mikey passed on I have been extremely sad 😞
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Megan Devine 20h
Looking for ways to help a friend? Ask questions. Ask how today is. Ask them what would be comforting in this moment. Ask what this is like for them; ask before making any assumptions. This grief belongs to your friend, follow their lead.
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Soul Surfer Jul 14
I just published Words A about . Please be extra kind to anyone you know who is today. Thank you. SS
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Daphne Bach Greer Jul 13
Barely Breathing 💌 - Just a few days away! Available Tuesday 16 #https://mailchi.mp/e20f5ff35d56/barely-breathing
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Beverley Pomeroy Jul 13
Never gets easy being a . Sprucing up Sophia’s is my ...takes a bit of the edge off.
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