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  1. Elizabeth, my dear friend, you are such an inspiration and I admire your courage. This blog is going to be a blessing for others that may not even know it yet. May God continue to bless you and your family and I look forward to reading your post and supporting you in any way that I can. Hugs and miss you, Alease

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  2. Thank you. I try to let go of feeling resentful that others don’t understand that everyone grieves differently while trying to forgive myself for having those feelings and for not “getting on with my life.” Grief is complicated and yet your words make things a little easier to process!

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    1. Thank you for sharing. Grief has no expiration date. Grief is complicated. The pain may lessen and become less acute over time, however grief may revisit. Be patient with yourself, and allow yourself time to heal. This is your personal journey to walk. I found that many of my friends and family wanted me to heal in a hurry because they wanted to see me as I was before my son died.. Well, that girl is gone….I will never be her again. My life changed forever. My prayer is that through this blog I will help. Thank you for taking the time to read.

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