Understanding grief and loss
It is important to trust in the process of grieving, and know you can still live life after a valuable loss.
Grief and grieving is so different for so many people. [MUSIC PLAYING]
It could be helpful for us to provide some tips for people who could use best practices about managing their grief.
I think that, you know, grief-- it's really a reaction to a loss of something that's very valuable. And sometimes that can be so unsettling, just because we
have certain hopes for the future, certain things that, you know, we became used to having in our lives.
And so I think part of the grief work is to be able to just trust in the process, to be able to allow people to be there for you.
And I think, ultimately, the goal of grief is to be able to learn to live a life without that very
valuable loss and still see that you can live a good life despite. We're never going to forget this person and the way
that this person made us feel. And we just need to sometimes trust the process [INAUDIBLE] grief and that we will learn how to deal over time.
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