Benny Avina
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Moving Through the Seven Stages of Grief
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When a heart breaks, you’re left gasping for air. After a while you seem fine, yet fall apart unexpectedly at random moments, sanity seemingly forsaken. There’s a saying that when a heart breaks, it…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Pam Oct 11.

Allow for Healthy Grieving by Making Pre Death Arrangements

No one knows when it may be time to say goodbye. Unfortunately, life can end in the blink of an eye. You can’t plan when, how, or why life ends, but you can help your friends and family in making pre…Continue

Tags: Love, Help, Grief, Preperation, Support

Started Mar 4

Encouragement While Navigating Grief
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When a heart breaks, you’re left gasping for air. Time begins to heal but grief continues. There’s a saying that when a heart breaks, it cracks to allow golden love to shine through onto others. It…Continue

Tags: depression, encouragement, love, loss, support

Started this discussion. Last reply by Pam May 16.

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Pam replied to Benny Avina's discussion Moving Through the Seven Stages of Grief
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Oct 11
Benny Avina posted a discussion

Moving Through the Seven Stages of Grief

When a heart breaks, you’re left gasping for air. After a while you seem fine, yet fall apart unexpectedly at random moments, sanity seemingly forsaken. There’s a saying that when a heart breaks, it cracks to allow golden love to shine through onto others. Do you see the value in going through this?It may not feel like it now, but grief is an honor. It is an honor to feel that much, to have loved that much. It teaches you compassion, gratitude, resilience, and the importance of grabbing life by…See More
Sep 29
Pam replied to Benny Avina's discussion Encouragement While Navigating Grief
"Thank you well said"
May 16
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The Importance of Sympathy Cards

It may seem insignificant or outdated to write a sympathy card to someone who is grieving, however sympathy cards are one of the most powerful ways to show someone how much you care. Through the years it has been common practice to write sympathy cards to the family and friends of someone we know when they pass away. They continue to send a powerful and encouraging message serving as a reminder of love in the midst of loss. Writing a sympathy letter can be a difficult task. Everyone grieves…See More
Mar 25
Benny Avina posted a discussion

Allow for Healthy Grieving by Making Pre Death Arrangements

No one knows when it may be time to say goodbye. Unfortunately, life can end in the blink of an eye. You can’t plan when, how, or why life ends, but you can help your friends and family in making pre passing arrangements. Doing so allows your loved ones to focus on grieving your loss, taking the stress away from the post life planning process.Even after passing, the impact of making pre arrangements allows for your family to rest assured they are honoring your legacy how you want to be honored.…See More
Mar 4
Benny Avina posted a discussion

Encouragement While Navigating Grief

When a heart breaks, you’re left gasping for air. Time begins to heal but grief continues. There’s a saying that when a heart breaks, it cracks to allow golden love to shine through onto others. It may feel like a never ending cycle, but grief can be viewed as an honor. It is an honor to have loved and cared for someone so much that their memory lives with you everyday. It teaches you compassion, gratitude, resilience, and the importance of truly living each day to the fullest. Grief is by no…See More
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The Importance of Sympathy Cards

It may seem insignificant or outdated to write a sympathy card to someone who is grieving, however sympathy cards are one of the most powerful ways to show someone how much you care. Through the years it has been common practice to write sympathy cards to the family and friends of someone we know when they pass away. They continue to send a powerful and encouraging message serving as a reminder of love in the midst of loss. Writing a sympathy letter can be a…

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Drewtoo replied to bluebird's discussion My husband died, and I will never want to live without him.
"I hold back from seeking death, as well...I still need to set an example for some people in my life. I also feel that maybe taking your own life might somehow then inhibit being able to connect with him, like maybe be in a different…"
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Luna Nightshade replied to bluebird's discussion My husband died, and I will never want to live without him.
"My condolences to you as well. I remember that I have tried to reach out to him in lucid dreams, but I always woke before I succeeded. I wish you the best of luck should you try."
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Jeff C replied to bluebird's discussion My husband died, and I will never want to live without him.
"Hi Luna, I feel bad about your anniversary. It really hit me hard to read your words about how you cried that hard.  I can't come up with anything to say, but I get it. I am at 6 1/2 years.  6 1/2 lost years.  "
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