I Didn’t Want to Make You Feel Bad

November 13, 2021

The Sisters discuss how it’s so common for people to avoid calling grievers for the special days and anniversaries that honor their loved ones and the most common response they get is “I didn’t want to make you feel bad.” But what’s so widely misunderstood is that grievers feel bad every minute of every day without their loved one.  What grievers want most is to be able to talk about their loved ones without all of the unsolicited advice given to them by others.  

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