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Grieving With Intention

You are on a journey that can be frightening, painful and often very lonely. There are no magic words or actions that can take that pain away. Paying attention to your grief, to the many facets of it, is the first step in healing. Making a commitment to heal and being intentional in navigating your grief journey can bring hope and comfort. Being intentional means carving out time daily to tend to the grief. Grief cannot be “fixed” or “resolved”– it can only be soothed and experienced.

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