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Joyce Stanford Dec 16
I wish I could take my children's pain away and just add it to mine 😭😭😭
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Niamh Fitzpatrick Dec 16
I don't want presents this Christmas. I want 5 more minutes with my sister, my family all together just one more time. Please, this Christmas if you can spend time with those you love, do so. Hug them tight. Just be together❤️ There's no better gift to give or receive.
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David Maginley Dec 10
Grief is love with no place to go, so it leaks from the corners of our eyes and shuffles in the hollow of the heart - even more so during the holidays. This sorrow, consuming at times in the quiet of night, is actually the mark of a truly evolved being.
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The Sisters Grim Dec 8
Was it all a dream? Of course not, but sometimes it feels like it when I look back on these memories. I think to myself, "Did that even happen?" Because right now, in this moment, it seems hard to believe. How did I end up here, without you?
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Crystal Bingner 2h
I want to touch on Grief as tonight's post. This time of year, re-surfacing of grief can really hit you. You start thinking about all the wonderful traditions and times had during the holiday season. See full post #
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Big Bend Hospice 46m
The holidays can be difficult when you're missing a loved one. We hope these strategies for coping w/ help:
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Cynthia Lim Dec 11
I cannot bear to part with many of my husband’s belongings yet. I decided to make a memory quilt with some of his clothes, rather than give them all away. Read more:
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BreatheGrieveBelieve Dec 16
It's heartbreaking when people stop saying, or won't say, the names of our dead loved ones. We want to hear their names. Say their names...
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DIPG AWARENESS🎗 Dec 14
I know this time of year is extremely hard for a lot of families so I just want to let you all know that I’m thinking of you and I understand how hard the holidays are. ❤️
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Robert Hard Dec 17
We put our good dog down last night. I haven’t stopped grieving for 8hrs. One grief touching on all the others. My well spring of is great because I have loved much. No regrets!GRIEVING=COMFORT Matthew 5:4 (KJV) Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted.
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Susan Maxwell Dec 9
Isn’t this a really good description
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The Secret Psychiatrist Dec 17
Yesterday, I had a thought of my grandad passing, and I had to briefly bite my lip to stop myself crying. I remember he would want me to be strong, not shudder at any kind of loss including love, and keep going. And that’s what I want you to do also. is different for all
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Chelsea Hanson 1h
Each day that passes brings me closer to seeing you in Heaven....
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Simon Thomas Dec 13
Just heard the amazing in speaking about the legacy of his amazing wife Jane who did so much for so many. Mike you spoke so powerfully about and the many challenges of parenting alone. So much resonated with me. Thank you for your openness.
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Keening Workshops 4h
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A Widow's Awakening Dec 17
Some great suggestions below for those who struggle to sleep - sometimes this happens after we lose a spouse.
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Cassandra Collins Dec 17
Wouldn’t have got through this day without my family.
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A Piece Of Heaven Therapy 18h
The latest The Piece of Heaven Daily! Thanks to
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The Grief Maven Dec 14
& : It took a long time to get back to needlearts. I couldn’t concentrate on a pattern. This year I picked up knitting and LOVE it! While I’m not doing anything this intricate yet, I thought I would share. 0000DP needles, Japanese Silk, Seed Beads, Repro Finding.
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Tall Paul 3h
So much respect for Josh here sitting down with 20 others who have dealt with grief from a loved ones passing. I just joined that list, and will all be put in artistic display in 2019. Until then please check out his website
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