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The 2-Second Secret to Help Somebody Grieving

Do what others don’t.

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All loss creates distance. Losing your keys creates physical distance between you and the object. Losing your job creates distance between you and the company. Losing a loved one creates emotional distance between you and the people around you.

But this doesn’t always have to be the case.

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Relaxed, inspiring essays about happiness.

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Jordan Gross

Jordan Gross

Son, Grandson | Reimagining Personal Development | “What Happens in Tomorrow World?” Publishing Spring 2021, BenBella Books, Matt Holt Books

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