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People Who Are Grieving Need to Hear These 5 Things

#2 I don’t know what you’re going through

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Grief is difficult, not only for the person experiencing it but for everyone around them. Grief is uncomfortable, we don’t like to be close to it, and so it’s tempting to hide from it. Because grief is a reminder that we could lose someone as well; grief is a reminder that we could die, that we will die.




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