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terrornova.pod 8m
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We will dive into the facts about the film and the differences seen from the 1989 adaptation vs the 2019 remake
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Grief Sayings 1m
is in two parts. The first is loss. The second is the remaking of life.
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TPASGill Nov 28
Just sometimes you can be overwhelmed with grief it can be something so simple like @roseberytopping or a beautiful robin and the tears start and it feels so hard however life goes on but so so differently
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C. Ossefort-Russell Nov 25
When I was widowed almost 30 yrs ago, I was fortunate enough to have family & a fearless therapist who encouraged me to feel whatever I needed to feel for as long as I needed to feel it. With their support, happiness made its slow & natural way back into my life.
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Lisa Strutt Nov 28
When you experience and loss, it can help to know that good will come out of it. We wanted to share our story to shine a light on how cancer impacts & how this amazing organisation helps support them. Thank you to my Twitter friends for giving so generously.
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Wendy E. Slater Nov 29
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Sam Bielby 6h
Thank you everyone who has reached out today and contacted me. It means a lot!!! I’ve been throwing myself into work and keeping busy but I know my mind is elsewhere 💜🙏🏽
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Jill Webb Words Nov 27
There are days when the sky Becomes one with the sea, Pillow soft clouds, Gateway to a dream. Suspended in turquoise Carried by a fresh breeze Drying lonely blue tears You still walk with me.
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Kathy Kortes-Miller Nov 23
Let’s make a priority! ⁦⁩ Thank you for your leadership ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ National grief strategy needed to help Canadians cope with loss due to COVID-19, group says | CBC News
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HealGrief.org Nov 29
The thing about missing someone you’ve lost is that the feeling never goes away--and that’s okay. comes and goes, and some days that feeling shows up a little more than others. Know that what you’re feeling, no matter what it looks like, is normal.
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Cruse Bereavement Care Nov 24
Often it's just when you think you should be feeling better that you feel as if you are falling apart. There's no time limit on . If you are struggling with your emotions or not coping, it may be time to seek help and support. 💜 Find out more 👇
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Lucy Herd Nov 22
No matter how long ago you have been bereaved, talking about our loved ones without judgement is important. Why not pop over to our facebook page or find us on Twitter for more info on our current online peer support groups.
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Megan Ryan Nov 24
3months on 💙🦋& ive just finished this book. So glad I came across it. Everyone who interacts with me daily is getting a copy so they know know how to deal with my on this journey
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Cruse Bereavement Care Nov 21
When you’re grieving, it can be hard to express how you’re feeling in words. But while can feel painful & isolating, a well-written quote can help us feel like we are no longer alone 💜 We've pulled together 20 quotes about grief & loss 👇
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Dr. Helen H. Hsu 9h
Thank you, I love this- we must normalize it’s all around us ( and sadly growing) yet Western cultures never want 2 talk about sad things or loss which makes sadder & more lonely than it should be. Rituals, sharing, remembering are vital 💜
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Cindy 🥮 Chu Nov 22
Today marks one year. 🥺💔 My beautiful, sassy, strong, talented, opinionated, one of a kind sister departed this world a yr ago tonight. Flashbacks to that first nightmare call, my heart dropping, all strength sapped from my body. Sandy. I miss you. 🖤🖤🖤
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Virtual Hospice Nov 21
is not linear and it doesn’t come with a time limit. This is a good read.
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Death Deck Nov 26
Spent the day with my family of 4 (elderly cat included). We used my mother in law’s china for the first time and my grandpa’s trivets as pot holders. It felt good to keep memories alive through family recipes and dishes.
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Hannah-Lou Nov 23
November, like this freezing walk, has been hard. I think it’s partly to do with as the first anniversary of my brother dying is approaching. Remembering him being relatively well just a year ago is hard. But there are always signs of hope 🌈
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Girlington Unity Girls 10h
National grief week awareness
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