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Really All I want

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Absolutely true

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If we wait until we're ready, we'll be waiting for the rest of our lives. - Lemony Snicket

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follow your heart and happiness will follow

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Apie Verlasky

You know that feeling you get when all your work is done and you can sit back and relax and do nothing at all...? Yeah, me neither. via @someecards

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Sometimes you don't know how much someone means to you till they are no longer here.

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Do's and Don'ts: If someone you care about has a baby die of stillbirth, SIDS or other cause of sudden infant death, there are things that you can do to help him or her through the grieving process and cope with the death of their baby. The avoidance by friends and family, unsure of what to say or do, only adds to the pain and isolation felt by parents. The following suggestions are offered to assist you...

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This is a truth that is often not acknowledged. Not "over it" in two weeks? Most bosses will start to recommend that you "get help" if you can't suck it up and continue on. I LOVE the invalidators that love to share about someone else "who has it worse" and tell you to look at how "strong" that they are. What I say is, they are only holding it together because they are in shock and trying to get through. AT SOME POINT THEY WILL HAVE TO GRIEVE -and they should not feel shamed for doing so.

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from Verywell

Helping Out When a Friend is Grieving

Watching a friend grieve the death of a loved one is hard. You might not know what to say or do. You might fear saying the wrong thing and decide to say nothing at all. This, of course, can leave your friend feeling abandoned in her time of need. #grief #grieving #funeral

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