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Over the last several years we have had to endure many types of grief. Many of those moments see the sun rise and fall, but over the last few years in particular the loss of friends and loved ones has been the hardest of them all. From relatives who’s health was compromised, or it was just their time to go, to the ones gone far too soon.
And those are the ones I find lingering with me day to day, their memories etched in songs and friendships of those who also knew them. To lose a friend you never had a chance to say goodbye to is something we all will face in life, and yet there is never really anything to prepare for it.
I’ve found that my grief feels lighter when I talk about it with others and receive support. I invite you to share any type of grief you are struggling with in the comments and tag @heartsupport and their community will respond with support.
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