Charles Cowling

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“Grief is like a drunken houseguest who keeps coming back for one more goodbye hug.”

 

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[…] As it is the first day of May, I am reminded of that May four years ago, six months after Amy’s death, when it first really started sinking in that she really was dead, and I would never see her or hear from her or hug her again – a feeling I found most aptly expressed on yet another website: […]

Jed
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Jed

Thank you both for these stark and poignantly agonising images.
Really good article- read it everyone!

Ariadne
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Ariadne

And a great article too.

Reading ‘About Grief’ http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/7955905-about-grief many ideas stayed with me, but one in particular

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by Donald Hall

You think that their
dying is the worst
thing that could happen.

Then they stay dead.

(Cheers Charles. Good job I quite like crying first thing in the morning)

Ariadne
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Ariadne

Such a perfect image