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GRIEF: Reconciliation with Others: From Loathing to Loving

Now, another part of grieving is understanding that grieving will look different for everyone. For me, grieving looked like committing myself fully to all I’m involved in, and for my sister, similarly, it looked like committing herself fully to her school work. For my mother, grieving looked like recommunicating with an old friend and developing… Continue reading GRIEF: Reconciliation with Others: From Loathing to Loving

GRIEF: Reconciliation with Self: The Importance of Self-Care

Self-care is not something I’m good at, although I’m getting better. I’m used to being the type of person who goes everywhere and does everything for everybody but myself, and that’s exactly what I did when I returned to campus following my father’s passing and funeral. We had his funeral service on January 8th, and… Continue reading GRIEF: Reconciliation with Self: The Importance of Self-Care