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Nelba Márquez-Greene 🇵🇷 1h
I found this picture my daughter made of us when she was in pre-school. I’m always going to be your apricot mami, little one. 💜
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Bloodwise / Simon Thomas 8h
Different social media platform but myself and the boy are going to do an Instagram live on 's Instagram account at 6pm which is Feel free to ask us any questions about Gemma, and all things
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Daren Knight MBA 2h
2 weeks ago tonight, around about this time, my beautiful son walked out for a night on the town. He had a good night. Unfortunately, it was his last, & he died alone, left for dead, in the doorway I’m photographed in 18 hours after his death. I miss and love you Connor.
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Lucy Herd Sep 15
Happy 10th Birthday Jack. Even though a child is no longer here, it doesn’t mean a Bereaved mummy forgets her sons special day. Birthdays for me are more difficult than the day he died as I don’t buy presents or have a birthday party to organise instead I have memories.
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Overcoming Grief.Org 12h
Matthew 17:20 “. . . for verily I say unto you, if you have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove; and nothing shall be..... Read Devotion 50 at www.overcominggrief/2018/09/19/devotion-50/
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Erez Sep 15
I don’t think gets easier or harder. It just gets different, because I get different. Things shift, I shift, life is always shifting. The feelings will shift, & they don’t have to be judged by any adjective. As long as I am moving forward. 7 years today we lost my dad.
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The Grief Maven Sep 17
: When he died, I couldn’t find a grief mentor. Books meant nothing to me. So I wrote....and wrote and wrote. I poured my grief out through my keyboard, praying someone would see my pain and say, “Yes! I feel that, too!” And here you are! Thank you for your words!
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Megan Devine Sep 14
People die every day, but companies don’t usually have policies in place for dealing with . I'm hoping to improve that. When you had to call service providers after your person died, how your experience? Good, awful, neutral?
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Lucy Herd 9h
So now Parental Bereavement Leave has been passed its time to continue with the original plan. Increase Bereavement Leave from 3 days to 2 weeks for all Bereaved employees who lose a immediate family member.
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The Griefcast Sep 13
Who would be your dream Griefcast guest? Anyone you think I'm missing for a cheery chat about death and grief? ❤️🎧
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🅲🅷🆁🅸🆂 Sep 15
Grief floods the brain eyes swim with tears the weeping of despair of hope beyond repair, You are in over your head a hand thrust down deep hauls you to the surface the sudden surface and air. We all drown daily in many ways, rise and swim again.
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John Pavlovitz Sep 13
"When someone you love deeply dies, the calendar of your life is altered forever. It gets divided into the time before and after that moment."
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Daren Knight MBA Sep 13
is a strange phenomenon. 7 days since my son died & I haven't cried or shown proper emotion yet. My love for him & happiness that he'll never again suffer torments of and problems outweigh my sadness. Probably not healthy, but it is what it is.
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Megan Devine Sep 18
You may have been a massively productive person in your life before loss. Now you can barely get one thing accomplished in the hours you're awake. There's a reason you can't get as much done as you used to. is exhausting.
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Brandon Froedge 27m
is a desert that has to be crossed on foot.
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Lucy Herd 10h
Stil can’t quite believe The Queen gave Parental Bereavement Leave Royal Assent 😱. The death of a child is the worst pain imaginable but having HOPE has always helped me tremendously. Feeling empowered today & I want to share with you all that Grief does ease with time.
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Simon Reeve Sep 12
Welling-up in the bank(!). Just before he died my dad gave me some money. It was a tangible link with him. After writing about Dad in my book I finally felt able to wave it farewell - 17 years later. My inheritance. £250 for my lad. can be strange...
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Georgina Tennant Sep 14
This day last year, my sister was transferred to . I'll never forget the feeling of walking in through the front door for the first time. Feeling the first anniversary of her death pressing in and trying to be kind to myself 😢
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BreatheGrieveBelieve Sep 16
I have mixed feelings being on the verge of Fall - heading into the seasons of my losses. Grief might get less raw but it doesn't get easier. How long has it been?
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Cariad Lloyd Sep 17
Love me making jokes about death and cancer? You'll love the new play I'm in! during October written by the legend book your tickets here
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