Grief Is A Complicated Lifelong Journey

Death is just a fact of life. It is an awful thing to go through, and no matter how much time goes by, you still will feel a measurable sense of loss. It doesn’t matter if your loved one died yesterday or 40 years ago, you will still miss them. For many, they never can move forward.

Several years ago, mental health professionals started using the term ‘move forward’ to explain moving past the…

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