Tag: grief

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Loss

C.S. Lewis wrote that dealing with grief was like adjusting to life with one leg amputated. He said our whole way of life changes, and

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Out of Grief Comes Faith By Mark Liebenow

Faith

If you’re grieving and a person of faith, no matter what religion you follow, you are probably torn between how you think you should feel

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Body

Grief hits with the force of a dump truck, leaving us battered and achy for months. Every morning we wake up, remember that our loved

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Community

When someone we love dies, friends tend to disappear, and all our memories with the person who died avalanche down around us. It’s easy to

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