"The friend who can be silent with us in a moment of despair or confusion, who can stay with us in an hour of grief and bereavement, who can tolerate not knowing... not healing, not curing... that is a friend who cares."
- Henri Nouwen 💐💐💐
Sometimes grief will trick you into thinking that you're alone, even if you're surrounded by endless support. Though you're hurting, it's important to remember that as much as your family and friends love you, they may not know what to say or what to do in order to comfort you. 
However, if people are genuinely trying to be there, don't push them away because you feel that they don't understand. 
It's easier to shut people out and become a recluse, but it won't help.

Allow your loved ones to be there for you, even if it just means coming over and watching tv with you on the couch, helping you around the house or even offering to run errands with you. It doesn't have to be a big to-do, just allow them to be there the best way they know how.

Your healing will come through doing inner work yourself, as well as though groups or individuals like myself who have the experience, tools and resources you may need to help you along in your journey. 💐💐💐
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