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HealGrief.org Jul 7
Taking care of yourself is nothing to apologize for.
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C. Ossefort-Russell Jul 9
Grievers need ppl in their lives who understand them, whom they can talk to about the loss if they want to talk, but who also understand and don’t pressure them if they don’t want to talk.
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*kelli* 🌼🏖️⚓🍩👭🇬🇧 Jul 11
Discussing with my mum the alienation of being a widow in my 40s. Those dark suicidal nights and what got me through. How not saying good bye or having closure is a huge mind fuck. Few things feel better than your mum reaching out and holding your hand 🖤
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Simon Thomas Jul 12
Thanks guys for having me on. If it helps people then I want to keep talking.
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Jas 8h
I come to church. I fall apart. Wait a week...... repeat.
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Anita Dolman Jul 10
It is shocking how often, more than a year later, I still forget my mother is dead and automatically think "Oh, I should tell Mam that..." before realizing.
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New Beginnings Jul 10
Grief has taught me to be selective about who I let into my life. I no longer have the patience or the energy for those who bring me down. Everyone who remains, I love with my all my heart. I wouldn't have it any other way.
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BreatheGrieveBelieve Jul 10
"I love you" are words that never wear out. Say them often.
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Master Grief Coach Jul 14
Life is unpredictable and sometimes loved ones die sooner than we expect. I cherish each moment so I have no regrets no matter what ever happens. 🎓 Master Grief Coach Certification: 💛✨
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Sharon Marie Jones Jul 10
My running update: I've now been regularly for six months. This evening I ran 7 miles for the first time in my life! Running really has impacted positively on my life.
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SolaceClub Jul 13
What's the difference between regular yoga and yoga? Discover how grief yoga is different and maybe necessary during those difficult times.
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Young Widow Jul 14
Replying to @byoungwidow
Isn't it hard to find that balance of keep going and resting?
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The Secret Psychiatrist Jul 8
Grief is different for everyone. I personally can’t look at my lost ones pics as it tugs my heart too much. Some keep everything. Just make yourself you don’t lose yourself to grief otherwise it will be a monster in your life
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BreatheGrieveBelieve Jul 13
"...and I don't want to forget how your voice sounds." I think everyone grieving is so fearful of this. I know that recordings of my husband and daughter's voices are so precious to me.
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SarahScott Dietz Jul 10
The most precious things my father left me aren’t things, they are memories & feelings. That said, I treasure the photos he took & art he made, because I can see the world through his eyes. What are the tangible things your loved ones left that you treasure most?
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The Grief Maven Jul 13
: So much of my world went dark when he died. I’m just now, 5 years later, picking up some things. Painting brings me peace and joy, even though I’m really not very good at it.
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STORM (Kesha Wells) Jul 12
Yesterday I gave my son the last kisses I will ever ne able to give him. Every day my heart breaks more.
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STORM (Kesha Wells) Jul 11
Another sunrise without my child
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Jas Jul 12
I have had some really good bosses in my day! Dr. Jackson, Sandra, Jeff, Dr. Royal.... I feel super blessed. Had a whole breakdown in front of my boss today and felt pretty ok about it. Lol Gotta feel the feelings... avoiding them doesn’t make them go away.
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Dr. Muhammad S. M. Light Jul 14
is a very complicated emotion, it has no deal on it's terms and there's no practice makes perfect....
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