The Second Year of Grief

Written by Sisters

July 18, 2020

Erica and Sharon discuss how the second year of grief can be more challenging than the first because the permanency of having to live life without your loved one sets in.  In the first year, grievers tend to be in shock and numb to their new reality.  But there is no denying it in the second year.  The holidays and special days become more empty and it becomes increasingly difficult to live in a world without our loved ones.  For more information please see our website www.healingstarstwiththeheart.com  

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