Grief Healing's Twitter stream this week:
Lately I’ve been pondering the word resilience. It doesn’t mean keeping your chin up and being okay no matter what happens. It DOES NOT MEAN THAT. Our society has such a limited collective opinion about human emotion. Bright, bubbly happiness gets way too much press. Cultivating Resilience « AfterTalk
A mother documents three milestones that marked turning points in her journey of healing after the death of her child. Healing Milestones After the Death of A Child « Alive in Memory
"My father passed away recently and I’m struggling with so much guilt. He had been battling cancer for nearly ten years. I feel guilty because I crushed his pills. One of the pills was an extended release morphine 30 mg that he had been taking for a while now. I read online that you aren’t supposed to crush it because it can lead to death." In Grief: Did I Hasten My Father's Death? « Grief Healing
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