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    • Pegeen
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      2 months ago

      Important subject, grief. However, I do not see grief as a “sneaky jerk”, quite the opposite. I welcome its message of release, of knowing how important my loss is to me and how helpful it is to let go and allow. I do not feel that there is a timeline to anyone’s grief, as it is as unique as a finger print. Each person must find their way and there are many; therapy, grief groups, a good friend or family member you deeply trust, your religious/spiritual community, walks in nature, trusting in your own self and process. It’s actually, for me, a very sacred time of deep, deep change. A time for radical self care, compassion and faith that you will eventually find yourself to the other side. It requires deep patience, kindness and love. It requires respect.