Monday Meditation: Friends + Love

The greatest healing therapy is friendship and love.

-Hubert H. Humphrey

Never underestimate how wonderful a good friendship can be during grief.

The person who lets you vent because you just have to get things out, or who laughs at the absurd things you find in your lost one’s belongings, or who just shares all the random events of their day because you don’t have much else to talk about besides a funeral, or who just calls or writes to say “I love you” with no expectation of response…that is a good friend and that is love.

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Published by ancarroll

Alexandra N. Carroll is an author, grief advocate, crafter, mother, and partner. She writes on grief and self-care from her home in Vermont. Her forthcoming book concerns how to untangle life-after-loss through the creation of a strong self-care plan.

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