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Looking back, my greatest regret is not that I didn't love them enough (to

Looking back, my greatest regret is not that I didn't love them enough (to the brink of insanity and back again), but that I couldn't save them from themselves.
Posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago

Eby wanted to say so much to her. She wanted to say that waking up is the m

Eby wanted to say so much to her. She wanted to say that waking up is the most important part of grieving, that so many women in their family failed to do it, and she was proud of Kate for fighting her way back. But Eby didn't say anything. She could fix
Posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago

But grieving people are selfish. They won’t let you comfort them and they s

But grieving people are selfish. They won’t let you comfort them and they say you don’t understand and they make you feel useless when all your life you’ve been functional to them.
Posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago

To confront death, in any guise, is to identify with the victim and face wh

To confront death, in any guise, is to identify with the victim and face what is unsettling and sobering
Posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago

A dog's good for filling a grief-dug hole.""In the Shape of Shep

A dog's good for filling a grief-dug hole.""In the Shape of Shep
Posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago

We all want to do something to mitigate the pain of loss or to turn grief i

We all want to do something to mitigate the pain of loss or to turn grief into something positive, to find a silver lining in the clouds. But I believe there is real value in just standing there, being still, being sad.
Posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago

It is regret for the absence of his loved one which causes a mourner to gri

It is regret for the absence of his loved one which causes a mourner to grieve: yet it is clear that this in itself is bearable enough; for we do not weep at their being absent or intending to be absent during their lifetime, although when they leave our
Posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago

Grieving, like being blind, is a strange business; you have to learn how to

Grieving, like being blind, is a strange business; you have to learn how to do it. We seek company in mourning, but after the early bursts of tears, after the praises have been spoken, and the good days remembered, and the lament cried, and the grave clos
Posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago

Remembering our loved ones is breathing life into their fading images, that

Remembering our loved ones is breathing life into their fading images, that we might once more see their faces and pass along a tearful “I miss you.
Posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago

You can stay here with your papa and die or you can go with me.... You'll b

You can stay here with your papa and die or you can go with me.... You'll be all right.
Posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago

Death doesn't happen instantly. For a little while, you hover around your b

Death doesn't happen instantly. For a little while, you hover around your body, confused. What you want more than anything is to go home, to be safe, to know you're okay. But my life was over.
Posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago

Like my loved one, I am convinced that we all have critical conditions. Bat

Like my loved one, I am convinced that we all have critical conditions. Battles that we undertake behind the hospitals, in lonely alleys, secret locations and sometimes public places that are out of reach to those who seem to care.
Posted 2 months ago

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