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Grief Pruning

Grief naturally places us in the rawness of life, begging us to reorient, reprioritize, and discern what fits and what does not. I encourage people to take advantage of the raw clarity that often comes with the depths of pain in grief. This clarity typically brings to light an opportunity for what I call “pruning.”

What relationships no longer serve you? What habits have weighed you down? What modes of thinking are making your grief worse? What can you allow yourself to not care about to the same extent? What is already falling off your radar as formerly important?

While it is not always easy nor possible to offload all that we carry, there is benefit in noticing the extra burdens that we might be carrying during one of the hardest times of life.

Welcome to my #100dayproject. I am providing a daily offering on #grief, in honor of each person who has trusted me with their story and wisdom during their #griefjourney. I hope that others may benefit from simple and straightforward talk about a topic that can be difficult. Thanks for following and/or sharing.

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