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Feeling Lonely & Isolated in Grief

Not All Was Lost

 Often in our society when someone dies many people offer support with words of comfort. The most common phrase I can think of is, I’m so sorry for your loss. Having to live without the physical presence of our loved one is an enormous loss, in fact, we dwell on this loss every day. But have you ever stopped to consider the things that you didn’t lose after their death?

Sometimes I Hear You Say, "If Only"

Sometimes I hear you say “If only”

I hear you say, “If I had just…..”

I know you wish yourself to Heaven

My Sister’s Birthday

Birthdays are supposed to be fun,

but since you’ve passed away,

Birthdays are nothing but sadness.

You’re not here anymore; 

When Both Parents and Kids are Grieving

"Our boys keep us sane and going. If it wasn't for them and my job, I would go crazy," Russell said. 

Helping Others Understand the Loneliness of Grief

Loss and loneliness often go together

“People say they know what I’m going through. No, they don’t. They can’t,” Carter said.

Grief is lonely. No one knows exactly how you feel. It was your relationship and your loss – yours alone.

 

From the Grieving Heart… 

I feel alone. 

Finding Hope Again

"I'll always grieve, but I'll somehow learn to live again," Will said.

When Grief Leads to Fear

“I’m terrified. I’m afraid of everything now,” Eddy said, her head in her hands.

How to Be Supportive When You’re Grieving Too

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