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Grief The Unspoken
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Grief,Loss,heartbreak,Healing
Grief,Loss,heartbreak,Healing

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“There is a big difference between wanting healing for someone, verses demanding someone to heal.” 

                            Angie Cartwright

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We Wouldn't Ask Ourselves If Its Okay To Be Happy?

Just as we can laugh,have joy,feel love,feel fear, feel excitement,feel anxiety,we also can feel sad.Sadness is just as much a normal feeling as any other feeling we may have.We would never really ask ourselves if its okay to feel excitement.We would just feel it.So when we feel sad trying to let sadness occur can be a daily struggle for ourselves,and for others who see our sadness.Having sadness is not a sign we our doing anything wrong.Sadness is just another feeling all humans have.So..when we feel sad trying to remind ourselves that its okay to feel this way.I just loss someone I love.Being easy on and gentle with ourselves will make the healing process take place.When we fight these feelings and try to “Act” happy we end up with more anxiety,fear,and hopelessness.So when I struggle with sadness I try to remind myself of these things.Its not easy.I also try to tell myself my loved one is worth my sadness…..

Angie Cartwright

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Wanting Grievers To Be Better Can Cause More Grief

When we our grieving our world is upside down and inside out.We cannot think clearly.Active grief can make your mind race.There is a lot of confusion.We often suggest not to make real big decisions during this period.Most grievers are okay with that.The struggle to breath some days.Its hard to function.So asking or requesting a griever to do more or be more,or comparing them to someone else s healing only adds to their grief.If we allow them their time to heal and be a mess for however long that takes, their healing can begin(:
Angie Cartwright

“There is a big difference between wanting healing for someone, verses demanding someone to heal.” 

                            Angie Cartwright

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YES I'm Frustrated!!!!

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