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Posted by: Corry Roach on 5/11/2010 | 0 Comments

The death of a loved one can leave an empty hole in our insides. We often try to fill it with all kinds of things before we realize that time, and what we do with it, will heal more than anything else. But we can do things to facilitate the progress and process of mourning, such as writing, journaling, poetry, painting, drawing, sculpting, gardening, reading or music. This last held surprises for me, as I never knew music to hold so much emotion for me, nor on so many levels of impact.

 



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    "Corry,

    I look forward to reading your thoughts on men and grief and will share how it strikes me.

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