Grief is tough, especially when you lose someone close to you. I'm still grieving from the loss of my father 4 years ago. And it took me 30 years to deal with…
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If you or someone you know is struggling to overcome their grief - this is as must read post! Acceptance is the hardest and longest stage of grief and this post gives you real tips on how to move on! #overcominggrief#strugglingwithloss #grief#griefsupport#laststageofgrief #healingfromgrief#healing#howtohealfromgrief
Overcoming grief is one of the hardest things to go through in life. Grieving is a heartbreaking thing to go through and I myself know what it is like. I lost someone I loved for the first time in my life and I cannot explain how hard it was for me. I shared a few tips on what helped me making grieving easier, and I hope this helps you as well. #christiangrieving #grieving #grief #christian #death
How to Deal With the Death of a Loved One Dealing with the death of a loved one isn’t easy no matter the age they passed. Losing a loved one can send you into a downward spiral but there are things you can do to cope with grief. Overcoming grief doesn’t happen quickly but there... Read More » The post How to Deal With the Death of a Loved One appeared first on .
5 Steps to Overcome Loss, Sadness, Grief - Grief is a part of a normal and healthy life experience. But sometimes grief can be a difficult emotion to deal with. From this article, learn 5 steps to help you through the process of grieving and other emotions, so that you can move forward in life in a positive and beneficial way. Click the link to read more about how your emotions may be blocking you.
Everyone's grief journey is different but for me I needed something tangible to help me work through my grief. Click through to learn how I created a memorial necklace that helped me overcome my grief. #overcominggrief #griefandloss #memorialnecklace #cremationjewelry
“Anger is a necessary stage of the healing process. Be willing to feel your anger, even though it may seem endless. The more you truly feel it, the more it will begin to dissipate and the more you will heal.” Grief Quote by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross and David Kessler #inspirational #healing #comforting #loss #overcoming #strength #uplifting #sadness