The Journey of Grief: A Personal Snapshot

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The Journey of Grief: A Personal Snapshot.

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Grief – when one experiences a loss, there is no way around this emotion.  It has no clearly defined end.  It manifests itself differently for every individual.  The writer of the above article shares the personal side of how this emotion presented itself in his own life in this continuation of his series of articles on grief.

This “personal snapshot” is a follow up to his first article in the series that addressed an event in ones life for which everyone’s grieving experience takes on a slightly different character.  I  hope you’ll read the article attached above, and his previous article – also available on his website.

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One thought on “The Journey of Grief: A Personal Snapshot

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    December 8, 2012 at 8:46 pm

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