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5 Important Life Skills I Learned in Grief After My Husband Died

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“Sit with it. Sit with it. Sit with it. Sit with it. Even though you want to run. Even when it’s heavy and difficult.

Even though you’re not quite sure of the way through. Healing happens by feeling.” ~Dr. Rebecca Ray When my husband died from terminal brain cancer in 2014, I learned all about .

The kind of grief that plunges you into a valley of pain so vast it takes years to claw your way out. In the beginning, I didn’t want to deal with grief because the pain was too intense.

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