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Maple Leaf
28 Jun
Hello how is everyone?
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Evergreen Tree
28 Jun
Hey everyone
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Maple LeafHelper
28 Jun
You left us 3 years ago today, to move on to a better place. God helped you heal your broken wings to fly to the Garden of Heaven. You are now in a world of purest lights and angelic music. You are now part of God’s garden. God saw there was an empty chair in His garden and noticed your tired soul, so He filled that empty chair by bringing you Home. Losing you has taught me many things in life that I must face every day. When the road gets dark, your memory lights my path to maintain my sanity. It has been extremely dark around us ever since your departure, but we’re starting to see a bit of the light at the end of our tunnel. I know you’re probably spending a lot of time with my father-in-law because the both of you connected the moment you meet. Please say hi to him and tell him that we miss him and his buddy is still waiting for his visit. I need to feel his presence. Mom, I’ve had many signs and visits from you and I’m eternally grateful for that. You are still loved and missed. Je t’aime Mom xo
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Rabbit
28 Jun
Hey y’all I need some help with something
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OctopusHelper
29 Jun
My unborn-sickly pregnancy was terminated in winter of 2018, the third birthday would have been the 4th of July had the pregnancy been healthy. The crisis chat line (whom I will be volunteering for soon!) brought me to Wisdo. Therapy, medication, a puppy and Wisdo have significantly improved my wellbeing and hardship with grief. The battle isn’t over, I am just beginning to work through shame, guilt and embarrassment. Please help me out, please tell me what has helped you or someone else through those feelings or messege me? Thank you for everything 💕 This platform saved my life, I wouldn’t be here today without having this place to wake up to knowing I am found and helping others find their way too 😭 Oy Vey… I’m tearing up lol 🫂 much love ❤️‍🩹
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ChipmunkHelper
29 Jun
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Maple Leaf
29 Jun
Hey anyone in their 30s and 40s need a friend or talk I here for you on that.
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TennisHelper
29 Jun
Is it wrong to push down loss? Almost like it never happened? That’s how I did when losing my mom but at the same time I felt kind of free of the emotional abuse. I remember only crying for 5 minutes when it happened 4 years ago and thats it and my aunt screaming at me for not crying. She always made me feel like i was in the way of her and my mother relationship. Always telling me she was her mother first. But then realize last year she had a werid obsession with my mom.
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Evergreen TreeHelper
30 Jun
I lost my Grandpa in April 2021. He was actually was my step-grandfather, (my step dad’s father). He was a good man and well known by our community for his career and passions. I feel I just haven’t been quite the same since. I had a terrible nightmare last night about his grave being dug up/someone messing with his grave. I woke up miserable and anxious because of this nightmare. and then my ex randomly appeared in the dream. I almost feel this dream was a warning sign from my grandpa and/or God to respect myself and never associate with my (manipulative) ex ever again. Maybe I’m overthinking it too much. But I’ve been really feeling in the dumps about losing My Grandpa this year AND dealing with a lot of grief over losing/having to let go of many significant friendships in my life. I feel so fucking alone and unwanted. I know everyone tells me not to feel so bad about myself and they tell me I have a lot going for me. But I just don’t feel the love probably because I’m actively looking for actions of people that prove they don’t want me. The mind is a mysterious thing and my mental is just very foggy and depressed lately since losing such a caring Grandpa. He was a goofball and even the last day I saw him “You need to come around more ya know, I won’t be around much longer” . For the past 10-15 years he would fake pout and make bad jokes about Bumpa not being around much longer. And it’s just something so soul and heart wrenching about all this because it goes so deep for me. He raised my step dad right, who in turn raised me right when my dead beat dad abandon me and gave up on my brother. I just feel so grateful to have known my Bumpa and I feel so guilty not spending more time with him absorbing his love and bouncing that love back to him. I just feel so shitty because I’ve wasted so many years trying to be a great friend to people who don’t see my value and I spent minimum time with my Bumpa and his awkward jokes (he also had dementia which made conversations difficult - but he was still mostly really with it) ...... I just feel like such a piece of shit and I feel maybe being rejected socially so much is my karma for not loving on my family more. I know all this isn’t the truth and I deserve so much love n friendship but i just have this mean voice in my head telling me I deserve to suffer now for how ungrateful and aloof i’ve been. I know this is a long post. I haven’t wrote one in a while. I just needed to let off some stuff off my chest. I feel like friends and family don’t want to hear my sorrows or vents, I feel like such a burden 😔
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Guitar
2 Jul
I am new here. List my sister to cancer two weeks ago, husband of 40 yrs to Cancer 9 yr ago. My sister wanted to be cremated ( first cremation in family) her son is handling arrangements. No services, no body, i feel as thou i had a younger sister for 70 yrs and she just disappeared. I need prayer.
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Rabbit
3 Jul
So I’ve loaded this app, identified with this group. But now I’m stuck at my next move. Stupid I know but it’s honestly where I’m at. I guess it may be because I know my Dad was a private person.
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SledGuide
3 Jul
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PopcornHelper
3 Jul
This is not the "club" I thought I'd ever be in. I didn't even know there was a day and especially didn't think there'd be a month for this. It took me a few years to become "okay" to be apart of this. My momma heart is breaking lately.
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4 Jul
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Maple LeafHelper
5 Jul
Every time I lose myself, I find myself back in your arms, Under the wings of an angel. My soul has been set free, Under the wings of your love. Only you can bring me back, When you put your arms around me, I feel like I’m home again. Everywhere I look, I am reminded of your love, I am reminded of your angelic wings, I am reminded of your devoted love. Every time I lose myself, You wrap your angelic wings around me. The MoC
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Evergreen Tree
5 Jul
Hi there! My dog passed away two months ago. We were together for 8 years so even now it’s so hard for me to accept fully his death. I don’t know how to let him go and live a normal life. Every evening I try to cope with tears and fear. I want to see him next to me, I want to hug him and tell how deep my love is. I can’t concentrate on my study, relationship, family. I’ve lost the sense of my life.
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Whale
5 Jul
Think you are freeing him from you and his journey abode… you will be setting him for peace this way….keeping attached so much is not good for consciousness to grow.. be positive and let go… it’s a journey we all have to go though
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PineappleHelper
5 Jul
I lost my best friend of 8 years in November. It's still slowly sinking in. Recently I have found extreme comfort in the song no scars in heaven by casting crowns. I think it may help someone else to. Let me know if it does
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Tennis
6 Jul
I lost my husband of 20 years unexpectedly, exactly a year ago. It still feels like 5 minutes. Does it ever get better?
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PopcornGuide
8 Jul
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SledGuide
9 Jul
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Drum
10 Jul
Grief is a journey unique to each individual. It is something we will at times never be able to accept or understand. It is the beauty within our darkest moments that we may have an awareness of the big picture. Death is promised upon each and every soul. It’s inevitable. But how do we learn to honour and embrace that journey alone ? Compassion and love shared among us can help heal even the most broken hearts.
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Honeybee
10 Jul
I lost both of my parents last year and I am feeling living alone in this world. It is very lonely and deaparate feeling. I am trying my best but it is really too much. I feel like I am the unluckiest person in the world and I dont know how to continue this life.
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Evergreen Tree
11 Jul
Im in a really rough spot. Im scared. I really need someone.
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Palm Tree
13 Jul
Does anyone else get moments when you feel fine and then something happens and then you feel like your right back to the day when you lost a loved one? Xx
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Tennis
13 Jul
Hi everybody! I'm new to this group. Don't be shy about saying hi
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Mango
13 Jul
I am really really missing my brother a lot :(
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Tennis
13 Jul
No i love you
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Tennis
13 Jul
Ok yeah i love you
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HedgehogHelper
15 Jul
I love you both! Snuggles!
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RabbitHelper
16 Jul
Its been four years since I lost my sis to a drunk driver. You see that word “years” and you think silently to yourself it’s okay. It’s been years. Sure it stings but he’s fine. He’s not. They are not. I love hard, the people that took care of me in my life I cherish like no other. Those people I hold great admiration for. Great respect. When you lose that person, it never goes away. You’re given a weight that you hold for the rest of your life. That weight doesn’t magically become lighter, only heavier. Your heart cracks and that doesn’t heal. You learn to live with a void bigger than life itself. I get worse day after day. To this day I can only type her name. I simply can’t say it out loud without cracking mentally. It sucks. It just sucks. Tired. Exhausting. That sun just doesn’t shine like it used too. This isn’t for empathy. This isn’t to be a sob. Care for your people man. Take care of your family. And never end a conversation on a negative note. Love
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LemonHelper
17 Jul
Even though you flew away. In my soul, you will forever stay.💛
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Canoe
17 Jul
I miss my love so much, it’s hard knowing she’s not here. I blame myself for what happened
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Bear
17 Jul
recently lost my uncle to covid 💔
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Honeybee
18 Jul
Lost my best friend 3 years ago it just hurts so much . He was my little brother and my life.
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WhaleHelper
19 Jul
I found out yesterday that my dad might have familial ALS. So now I get to watch it kill him and not know if it's coming for me too. I'm trying to pretend I'm fine and normal and that I'm not 27 and having what hopefully isn't a midlife crisis. So there's that.
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Chestnut
19 Jul
My dad died 5 days ago today.
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Chestnut
19 Jul
I'm not sure what I'm doing here.
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Lemon
19 Jul
I lost my dad one year ago and is connecting more sadness to my problems with friends, family and college. I need a duo that we can share the same emotions
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Whale
20 Jul
Anyone from the U.K. wanna chat? Feeling lonely and sad
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Violin
22 Jul
I also just lost my grandmother on top of dealing with a toxic boyfriend my entire being is broken I want to leave this world I feel like a failure and I have NO BODY to turn to I’m just lost
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frisbee
22 Jul
Sometimes it just hits me that I’ve lost both of my parents by the age of 25. It feels like I’ve been hit by a speeding train, then the wave of intense sadness hits. I feel so heavy, so numb… I don’t know what to do with these feelings and I’m angry all the time which isn’t fair on those close to me. It breaks my heart knowing that neither of them will be around to see and celebrate any achievements with me 😔 I feel so lost.
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DuckCoach
22 Jul
God’s love is abundant. Grieving is the emotion of love. Feeling the angst can be overwhelming. Be gentle with yourself. It’s okay to show yourself empathy. And slowly embrace the most beautiful memories. Softly caress your grief. Be gentle. Allow yourself to slowly embrace each moment as it unfolds. There is a big difference to engage now. Slowly engage in each moment feeling fragile. Ask people to be gentle with you today. Call your friends and ask to have them just be with you and listen. Let them know you don’t need advice. Ask someone to just hold you for a moment. Or lean over in their shoulder for as long as you need. I like to curl up, close my eyes and ask Jesus to hold me. I love those moments. I feel the most held when I ask Him to hold me. Know that slowly you will make things unfold. Accept the difference now. Allow your thoughts about the one you miss to enter. Acknowledge your thoughts. Then know not to dwell rather accept. Since I have the hope of eternity, frankly I smile for what is to come. Be in-spirit with them. Know all is well. Continue on knowing you have a special purpose to tend to. For now, you may feel like you carry a heavy load. Acknowledge that! It’s okay even though it doesn’t feel good. What a joy-filled moment though when you remember the joyful feelings you shared. Acknowledge once again. Reminisce. It’s ok. Rest. Be gentle. Much love to you today!
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Sled
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My dad committed suicide when I was 7 took a long time to get over it my brother just recently took his wife as well I haven't gotten over that with you I just feel like everybody in my life keeps leaving me my mother wants nothing to do with me because I look just like my father now that I have grown up I'm alone in this world and I'm confused just trying to make it
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Chipmunk
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I lost my Mam over a week ago. Im grieving in my own weird way. I was there with her until she took her last breathe with some of my other family members. It was sad and kind of disturbing. I hated seeing her deteriorating over the years but it was so tough on her final day. She was such a beautiful woman a long time ago and I will remember her that way and not the way she left this world. She was in pain for a long time, physically, mentally and emotionally. I do hope wherever her energy/spirit has gone on to she is finally happy and not in pain. 🥀💫
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Palm Tree
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Palm Tree
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Is there anyone?
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Violin
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Violin
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Love this app
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Tiger
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anyone awake ?
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DuckCoach
3:55 PM
In your grief, be comforted in God’s love. So sorry for your heartbreak. Allow yourself to feel the difference and know that you will come to know a different way of navigating. It’s hard to be without someone that you shared so much with. Embrace gently your thoughts and feelings. It’s ok. Rely on your loved ones to get you through. Much love and hugs to you!
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