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Grief Will Hit You When You Least Expect It

But it’s OK to feel things

If you’ve lost a loved one, then there are obvious times when you are reminded of them, and the fact they are no longer around.

Birthdays, Christmas, holidays — all the classics.

Also if you had shared passions or activities, like a sport you loved or an event you attended together, then when…

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