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When You Learn You’re Grieving

Why we celebrate Grief Awareness Week

Grief sucks. No question. And when you’re in the thick of it, it’s easy to notice how significantly grief impacts your daily life — internally and externally. Your relationships change, your behaviors and attitudes change. Often our belief systems take on a new shape because how can they remain the same when nothing else will?

Grief is a steamroller, flattening everything before it and leaving compression and tension in its wake.




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Mandy Capehart

Mandy Capehart

Writing about grief, beliefs, & psych/mindfulness. Editor of Ask a Grief Coach. Happily Tweeting & doing other “Very Good Things.” I apologize in advance.

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