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We’ve been grieving as a nation since Friday. But a really important time is to circle back with these family 6 months from now, 1 year from now, when they will need our support just as much as they do today. When Newtown will no longer be headlining newspapers across the nation. Those grieving will need us to comfort, validate, acknowledge their loss. Would the world feel a little lighter if we could all just talk about the heaviness in our hearts ALL the times we feel sadness? What to do when we come across other tragedies equally devastating ?
This winter, amongst the holiday cheer can also be some holiday blues.
Today’s post isn’t about fixing, giving advice, rescuing someone who is down.
It is simply about holding a space so their own light can SHINE.
The holiday can be so hard for those of us who are grieving a loss. It could be the loss of a job, a loss of a loved one, an aging parent who is ill, absence of a relationship. Loss is just about death. It is about every disappointment we’ve ever held. Grieving is inevitable…