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Saturday, March 18, 2023, Slice of Life Challenge #23: Day 18/31 # Just Don't Always SayMove On

I have seen loss from close quarters, and I know how it feels when the surrounding people expect you to normalize as quickly as a jelly pudding.

Well, we shouldn't push a person to be the same, as before the storm, that makes it a further challenge. Some losses are not covered with the move-on phrase, they are above it.

Give them time, whatever that be!


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Leigh Anne Eck
Leigh Anne Eck
Mar 19, 2023

Talking to someone who is experiencing loss is such a tricky thing. I know I am not very good at it, and reading your words helps the people on this side of loss. Keep writing these words because it not only helps you but also helps us on the other side.

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Amy Spitzer
Amy Spitzer
Mar 18, 2023

After my father died, someone told me that you never go back to who you were in the Before Time, but you will find a version of you in the After. Grief changes you, sometimes on what feels like a cellular level.

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Nadia  Fatima
Nadia Fatima
Mar 19, 2023
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I am sorry for your loss, and I feel you deeply.

It's been more than a year since my father left for the heavenly abode, and I know what it means.

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