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Death of Grandparent...
Welcome to the "Lost Grandparent" page. Grandparents hold a special place in our hearts, and when we lose them, we lose a special kind of love. When your Grandma or Grandpa dies, you might feel guilty if you have been "neglecting" them, not spending much time with them. You are sure to miss their unique wisdom and common-sense advice born from decades of living. Losing your grandparent may also force you to confront your own mortality (feeling a little older and vulnerable yourself?)
May you begin to heal by telling others about the loss of your own special Grandparent, and also find some comfort in similar stories posted by other bereaved "grandchildren".
Here is just one example of the amazing empathy and advice that was shared from just one post in the original Yourspace Blog (Lost Grandparent):
"I have attended other funerals in my life when I was younger. I didn't understand death. It never hit me hard like it does now. Now that I am 19 years old. Losing a grandparent at age 19 has been one of the hardest things to try to cope with."
Read the whole post here if you would like, then come on back:
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