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Losing A Parent: What I Wish Someone Had Told Me

I was the first of my friends to lose a parent.

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I was the first of my friends to lose a parent.

Being one of the first people in your friendship or age group to experience this level of grief can leave you feeling quite lonely, lost and misunderstood.

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