Grief Healing's Twitter stream this week:
The unfairness of it is breathtaking. Grieving for what your person is missing, for what “he would have loved,” is complicated. There is no way to prepare for it. I'm Grieving For All The Things My Husband's Missing « Scary Mommy
If you are not satisfied with the conversation, if you are not completely comfortable with the nurse’s explanations, then call her supervisor and explain what you are thinking and feeling. Hospice Works For You- Ask Questions! « BK Books
"I am beside myself. I want to be OK with this because my wife had lung cancer and she isn't sick anymore. She no longer requires the numerous medications that were for everything from pain to nausea. I should be glad for her but I miss her." In Grief: Conflicting Feelings in the Wake of Loss « Grief HealingThat’s the part of the crisis we’re not thinking or talking about: the losses we’ve sustained due to death or divorce or relational disconnection that we haven’t been able to rightly sit with or fully feel or experience with any normalcy, because circumstances either wouldn’t allow it emotionally or made it physically impossible. The Grief We Postponed for a Year « The Good Men Project
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