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How to Be Supportive When You’re Grieving Too

Ripple Effects: When Grief Hits a Marriage

"We're hurting," Mindy said, referring to herself and her husband, Daniel. "I cry. He works in the garage. I go shopping. He drinks beer and watches sports."

5 Things NOT to Say to Someone Who is Grieving

Only 5 you may be thinking?

Dating After the Loss of a Spouse

Dating After the Loss of a Spouse

When Everything Reminds Us

When we’re missing someone, we tend to bump into them everywhere.

“What do I miss?” Andrea asked. “Everything! I miss everything. Everything reminds me of Aaron.”

“It doesn’t matter where I go or what I do, he’s gone. And it keeps hitting me in the face over and over and over again,” she continued.

How do I move forward

How do I move forward without guilt?

Taking into account all that we have built!

Alone, confused, conflicted!

That’s how I feel everyday, my brain is twisted!

My thoughts are in competition with my heart to see which can form the most knots.

Move forward?

How can I do that without you?

Shattered Order

            
 
I have spent my entire life believing there was some semblance of order to the world, some kind of logic and structure that kept our universe moving in the right direction. In my simple human mind, there had to be a reason for why things happened.

Scattered Truths, Eights Years Later

1. He doesn't want me at the grave. 
My senses arrest
whenever I go. 
I don't understand.

If You Can’t Stand To Look At The Empty Chair – Sit In It

loss of a loved one

When you gather a group of people who have lost a loved one, one topic that inevitably comes up is what to do with the “stuff".

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