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No Time for Bullshit

Day 96: No Time for Bullshit in Grief

When socializing was more of the norm, my job was a reliable conversation stopper. And still, many people wonder why I continue to do this grief work.

There are so many reasons I love my work, yet one of my most favorite is that I typically meet folks at their most raw. And yes, in this rawness, I witness massive pain, yet I also see an emboldened version of the person who is unabashed about their truths and unapologetic about what is actually important to them.

Grievers are truthsayers. And grievers have no time for bullshit.

Grievers are broken open—their hearts are raw, their empathy centers are extra attuned to pain and suffering of others, and they burden an invisible, yet immense daily drain on their system which is comprised of trying to re-learn their world.

So yes, grievers have so little time for bullshit. Thanks for being patient.

Welcome to my 100-day project. I hope to provide a daily offering on something grief-related. I am a grief therapist and educator working with people in Oregon, Washington, DC, Maryland, and Maine. This feed is in honor of each person who has trusted me with their stories and wisdom during their grief journey. I hope that others may benefit from simple and straightforward talk about a topic that can be difficult.

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