Just knowing someone wishes they could lighten your grief can lighten your heart

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My dear friend,
Well, yuck. Again. If I was there I would bring you decadent brownies, a hug, and two ears to listen. I know there isn’t anything I can say that will lighten your grief. But I do know that just knowing someone wishes they could lighten your grief made me feel better when my mom died last year. I hope that’s true for you, too.
This morning, I read this article by Claire Austin on TinyBuddha.com about grief in the time of the Pandemic (her 39 yo husband died of cancer last September).   You might find some comfort in her journey.

Learning to Honor My Grief When the World Has Become Desensitized to Loss

In the meantime, I wish you comfort and love in your journey.

Be well. Be happy. Just be.

Peg McMahanHHP, CHt, LMT 

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