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M Curtis Apr 12
You wouldn’t push someone with a broken leg to run a marathon, so why would you constantly someone to hurry up and stop grieving? is the way we heal our hearts and souls after a loss. Allow yourself to heal, and allow others to heal in their own time.
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Niamh Fitzpatrick Apr 16
In generations to come no-one on this earth will say my name or remember my face. I will be in the past. Whilst we are living & can remember our loved ones, we need to do so. For them. And for us. •Say their name. •Speak of who they were. •Tell their story. ❤️
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Megan Devine Apr 16
Want to help a friend? Let them be . The thing is, you can’t cheer someone up by telling them to look on the bright side, or by giving them advice. Your job, honestly, is to feel awkward and stay there anyway. Just hang right out with their pain.
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Nancy's Point Apr 18
When someone you care about is hurting, don’t try to be the Fixer. That’s not your job. What is? Show up and shut up. Perhaps it's as simple as that.
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gulsangaa Apr 14
One month. Triggers everywhere. Memories fill up your head. Obsessing over what could’ve been. Guilt of why I couldn’t save him. Disbelief Goddamn it ! Grief sucks.
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BreatheGrieveBelieve Apr 16
This is so true - all the love we have for our loved ones is still there. You don't just stop loving someone because they're dead. "I don't know where it comes from, all this love I have for you. I don't know where to put it now that you're gone." ~ Lang Leav
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twitch.tv/jberk22xo 2h
Sorry all for cutting stream so abruptly. I received news of the passing of a family member. I may have to leave town for a few days so may not be live tomorrow. Will keep everyone up to date. Thank you all for love and support.
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Elornen Apr 18
The sun is burning through morning cloud and the day is gradually brightening. A bit like and . One year ago today since MrC died. There will always be pain, but the overiding memory I have of this year is of love. His, and yours. Thank you for your support 💐
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No Contact Survivor-the truth is... Apr 18
Grief does not end. You build yourself around it. You change. It changes you forever.
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Megan Devine 1h
with open hands, with an open heart, knowing that what is given to you will die. It will change. Love anyway. We grieve because we love. is part of love. Be willing to not turn away from the pain of this world—pain in yourself or in others.
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Niamh Fitzpatrick Apr 14
•I can fail an exam yet pass my degree. •I can make a mistake yet make progress. •I can feel sorrow at my loss yet feel happiness at the joys in life. Grief is not either/or. In time we can feel both sadness & happiness. A welcome understanding. 💗
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No Contact Survivor-the truth is... Apr 18
Grieving for an ex is normal.
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Sharon Marie Jones Apr 19
Another difficult day to get through. Good Friday, 2016 keeps going round and round in my head. Why didn't I keep Ned home? Why didn't I say no? Why? Why? A torturous question that I know I have to let go of, but it's so very difficult to.
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Stephani Apr 18
Bosses took me to dinner last night, for my birthday. They gifted me with a weekend getaway in Palm Springs and a spa day while I’m there 🥰 I CANNOT WAIT to relax and not think.
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Tally Koren Apr 16
“When you went it spoilt my happiness, never knew, it could hurt so much inside. No one can really prepare you for this, but I hope time will mend my broken heart.” From the words of my song “Smile Again” it’s so true, no one really can prepare you for .
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Chelsea Hanson 9m
Honor the life of someone you love with our angel garden stone:
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Otterschnauzer Apr 15
“We don't look at people experiencing life's joys and tell them to ‘move on.’ We don't send a card saying ‘Congratulations on your baby,’ and 5 years later think, ‘another birthday party? Get over it.’ We don’t ‘move on’ from joy or . And that’s OK.
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Linda Joyce 13h
I’m missing my brother today. I know he’s happy & jetting across heaven’s skies, but while that comforts me most days, today, I feel sad. I feel like I missed so much.
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CRY Apr 16
So true. •Say their name. •Speak of who they were. •Tell their story ❤️
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Toni Lepeska Apr 18
I fell like a tree last night after tripping on a shoe. Unsettling. My mom fell and broke her hip 11 days before her death. Do you also fear the same fate that befell your parent?
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