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Grief Fatigue - When Exhaustion Becomes a Way of Life

"I'm tired all the time. I can barely put one foot in front of the other. Bruce is the same way. Exhaustion has become a way of life," Carla said. 

ANGER - When We Feel Like We Might Explode

“I might explode! I don’t think I’ve ever been this angry, not even close!” Mandy said, staring out the window with her hands on her hips.

I Feel Lost

 

“I feel like a shadow. I’m a fraction of my former self. The days go by, and I hardly notice them. Everything is a foggy blur,” Wendy shared.

Grief Confusion - When We Don't Know Which Way is Up

"I don't know which end is up. I'm so confused," Donna said.

How to Deal with the Exhaustion of Grief

THE SHOCK OF LOSS - This Can't Be Happening!

“This isn’t happening! This can’t be real!” Carla said, as she sat in the family area outside the Emergency Room.

Please Hold On To All My Love

Please hold on to all my love

The memories that I left for you

The times we shared a laugh and smile

Permission to grieve - what does that even mean?

I've been thinking about this idea a lot this week – ‘give yourself permission to grieve/feel/be ok/be not ok.’ It is a very therapist-y thing to say and it is definitely something that I have told clients. With all things we tell clients, most social workers know that it is easier said than done.

My baby lives in heaven

My baby lives in heaven,

Not goodbye - a poem

My love, I want to let you rest but I really don't know how
I'd love to go and tuck you in above on those plump and wispy clouds

I need to know you're at peace up there, I don't know where to begin;
I long to feel you in every drop of rain, every whispered gust of wind

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