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What has experiencing loss taught you about grief?

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It taught me how to face reality that everyone of us is gonna die. I am not afraid to die anymore because I believe that my soul will live eternally. That I can still choose to be reincarnated if I wanted to.
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Grieving is part of being a human. We have to feel the pain, the hurt to make us grow. To make us have a great understanding of life. To make us realize that we have to be grateful for the gift of life.
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I learned that I need to grieve to be able to move forward. I just have to let it all out.
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I had a boyfriend who was in a car crash once and accidentally killed someone. It wasn't a personal loss but that destroyed him. He was not able to get up from that accident. It was a pain to see two lives destroyed.
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Ain't personally experience something that tragic. I did have a friend who had such an experience and she can't thank all of her personal support enough for being their for her. She said that she won't be able to get past through that time without them. Whoever is in this situation right now, please reach out to someone else.
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We really are living on borrowed time so do what makes you happy. Here today, gone tomorrow. It's such an eye-opener
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Age is nothing but a number. Young people with such promising futures die before old and fragile people. When it's your time it's your time
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We are all going to reach the end of the line. Regardless if you are old or young, educated or not, happy or sad. Loss is something that we grieve about but we have to learn to accept it and let it go. We just have to be thankful that we are still alive and we have the time to serve our purpose in life.
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No matter how hard, you have to move forward. You can never stop, just take a pause and move on.
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One of the few things I don't take lightly is when someone close to me experience a loss, whatever form it may be, I drop whatever I do to be with them.
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The grieving process can be long and lonely. If you are grieving, take the time you need, meet any challenging emotions that arise within you with self-compassion, and accept support from others.
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One of the few things I don't take lightly is when someone close to me experience a loss, whatever form it may be, I drop whatever I do to be with them.
Loss can make or break a person. I try to be the same.
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Grief teaches us to find our purpose in life. It gets you thinking what do you really want to do.
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Grief isn't always recognised. Grief can be from a lost loved one, a lost pet, a break up, a missing person etc. There are so many types of grief and we all deal with it in our own time and way.
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