Letters to my readers...

Dear Reader, I’m reaching out to you today with a gentle reminder that grief is not always straightforward. It’s messy, complicated, and often accompanied by a tangled web of unresolved emotions. One of the hardest parts of losing a loved one is grappling with the things left unsaid or the issues left unresolved. Maybe there ...

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Dear Reader, As you continue along your grief journey, I wanted to share a helpful tool that I’ve found to be incredibly beneficial in checking in on yourself: the grief assessment. Now, before I delve into the specifics, I want to emphasize that this tool is not meant to be used as a daily or ...

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Dear Reader, I wanted to share something with you that has brought me comfort on my own path through loss. It’s the idea that our loved ones never truly leave us; they continue to watch over us, sending signs to let us know that they are okay. Have you ever felt a gentle breeze on ...

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Dear Reader, I hope this letter finds you in a moment of peace amidst the turbulence of grief. It’s a journey filled with unexpected twists and turns, isn’t it? I wanted to follow up on our conversation about creating a grief timeline. I recently revisited mine, and I have to say, it was a profoundly ...

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Dear Reader, I’m sitting here, thinking about how grief has this way of making time feel both infinite and fleeting all at once. It’s as if we’re caught in this strange limbo, where the past and present collide in a whirlwind of memories and emotions. One thing that has been a lifeline for me in ...

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Dear Reader, Grief is a journey none of us ever expected to take, yet here we are, navigating its twists and turns one day at a time. As I sit down to write to you, I’m reminded of the power of journaling in the healing process. There’s something incredibly therapeutic about putting pen to paper ...

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Dear Reader, I hope this letter finds you in a moment of peace, however fleeting it may be. Grief has a way of casting a shadow over even the brightest of days, doesn’t it? As I sit down to write to you, I’m reminded of something that has been a lifeline for me in the ...

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Dear reader, As I sit down to write to you, I’m reminded of the weight that grief can place on our shoulders. It’s heavy, isn’t it? Sometimes it feels like it’s all we can do to keep going. I remember feeling lost when I first started journaling after losing my husband. The blank page seemed ...

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