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Bereavement when the crying stops

When most people talk about bereavement if they dare, it is usually quite hard. Death unfortunately is something we have to face from which ever side of the fence you happen to be, of course if you are the departed the task is less thoughtful than the living but just as important if you have not left all your affairs in order.
Dying is a natural circle of life yet as humans we think irrationally when it happens. Often there is sorrow which for many will bring a tear or an emotion that signals that you are not ready to release that person from your relationship.
Having faced the trauma of many departed friends and relatives alike it is like a memory of looking out to sea, some days were calm others were bright and then occasionally a storm that made our time together strong or weak.
Bereavement when the crying stops reality takes over for most and life moves on until the next time, will it be you or somebody else? This blog is not intended to be morbid just to say gather things together and think about the future and the present what you would like to acheive or have put off.
Remember although happiness brings you many lines it also lifts you into the sky where as sadness and sorrow drags you into the earth. where would you rather be?

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lin on 30 July 2018 04:59
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careersbooster.com reviews on 31 July 2018 04:18
Death may be a common life cycle, but just the thought of losing someone you really care about seems so unfair. I lost my grandmother 3 years ago, I know that it has been a while, but I still believe that she does not deserve to be gone before anybody else. She was a wonderful person, she really is. I know that God picks the most beautiful roses in His garden, but it still hurts. Why do good people have to be gone?
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978798 on 18 December 2018 03:05
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