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    I came across this article, I found it really enlightening and a good easy read. The writer’s has a beautiful way of how she perceive’s her own guilt related to grief and the ways she works on accepting these feelings.

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    GL friend

    i relate to the feeling of guilt too.

    guilt for not talking more,
    not seeing her more,
    not BEING more.

    and it got deeper over time as if i could have saved her in some way. as if… if id done those things i feel guilty about, she would still be here.

    i know that’s not true, so i try to let go and let her rest in peace. its not easy.


    Hi @Tmc, thanks so much for being a pro-active member of the Griefline forums community! Your new thread ‘feelings of guilt’ is highly topical…you may have noticed that guilt is often mentioned here on the forums. Many of our Community Members (CMs) express their struggles with the emotion, some feel it more acutely than others but the fact is, most of us will feel guilty to some extent during our grieving process. Unfortunately for some, it can be very debilitating, so it’s great to see that the article includes some pragmatic tips on coping with guilt.

    I invite other CMs to post your thought-provoking / informative or healing resource on the subject of guilt…or feel free to start your own thread. Your favourite Ted talk, book, movie, poem etc that you return to again and again might be the very thing that can comfort or support a fellow CM at this moment. 🌸.

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