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    hugs and kisses

    I so much appreciate you guys keeping in touch with me here.
    I'm still in the shock and denial stage.
    It will be hitting me full-force soon enough.

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    *hug* Still thinking of you.
    ...so much smoke pouring out of each chromosome.

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    Sorry for your lost. That sucks, if you need to talk feel free to PM me or whatever, you probably have it covered. So yeah...

    (Sorry this is awkward for me I avoided posting here for a long time, not because I don't care, but because I'm never sure what to say, so if I said the wrong thing, I'm sorry)
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Love begins with a smile, grows with a kiss, and ends with a teardrop.

    You will still love him, but it won't be the same.

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    Default something I authored when my grandmother was dying 3.5 years ago

    Grieving Process Defined

    Understanding the grieving process has been extremely valuable to me. ANY loss, even the loss of hopes and dreams, can be grieved, and NEEDS to be grieved. Don't think you can bury your pain. It WILL resurface.
    FACE the pain. It's worth it.


    WHAT IS GRIEF
    Grief is the overwhelming pain and sadness we feel when we suffer any loss, not just the loss of a person. It can be the loss of hopes and dreams. It can be a severe financial blow. Loss and grief are natural parts of life.

    THE IMPORTANCE OF GRIEVING
    If you allow yourself to face and experience your pain, you will eventually heal.
    The biggest danger people face in ignoring or trying to bury their pain is that the wound doesn't heal, and it will just resurface later. Unhealed wounds cause you to be touchy and irritable, hypersensitive and easily hurt, or fearful. They make you hard to live with.
    Grieving is necessary for healing.
    You must allow yourself time to grieve and heal.

    THE STAGES OF GRIEF
    There are several stages of grief. You may not go through all these stages, you may not experience them in this order, and you may experience some stages more than once.

    SHOCK OR DENIAL
    Shock is a numbness, or feeling of unreality. This is generally the first stage of grief that a person goes through just after a significant loss or blow.
    You may not feel much of anything. You may find yourself saying something like, "I can't believe this," or "This can't be happening."

    DEPRESSION
    You may not want to go anywhere, see others, or engage in normal activities.
    You may lose your interest in life, or feel that you can't go on living.
    You may struggle with difficulty concentrating, eating or sleeping too much, or not enough, and self-pity.

    GUILT
    You may find yourself feeling guilty for things you did or didn't do or say prior to the loss. You start saying, "Why didn't I...?" "Why did I...?" or "If only I had..."

    ANGER
    Anger at God.
    Anger at yourself.
    Anger at others.
    It may take you a while to process all your anger, especially if you were brought up in a family that didn't allow you to express bad feelings.
    When you have angry feelings, and think angry thoughts, realize that it's just a natural stage you need to pass through.
    You must express your anger in healthy ways.
    Writing down your thoughts and feelings in a journal is a great way to express anger without being judged.

    ACCEPTANCE
    Most of the pain is gone.
    You accept the fact that something bad happened.
    You forgive those who have hurt or wronged you.
    You are ready to invest yourself in life again.

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    ...just checking in on ya, hon


    *hugs*
    "Your voice is like chocolate...dreamy."
    --WildHorses

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    Grieving process defined.

    Thank you for showing that.

    I hope you find the strength to go through each process to then reinvest in your life. Your husband can never be to far away. For you have your memories.

    “I made you take time to look at what I saw and when you took time to really notice my flower, you hung all your associations with flowers on my flower and you write about my flower as if I think and see what you think and see—and I don't.”
    ― Georgia O'Keeffe

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    We're all thinking of you, Mom!
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    EII-Fi subtype, Ethical/Empath, Delta/Beta
    RLUEI, Choleric/Melancholic
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    Dramatic>Sensitive>Serious

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