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Recognizing National Grief Awareness Day

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National Grief Awareness Day is August 30th. This day recognizes the time that it takes to heal from a loss, which everyone experiences in their life.

Healing doesn’t have a prescribed course, and it’s a reminder that closure comes in many forms, but there are ways to help cope with it. One way is to offer to listen to a friend or ask them to join you for coffee. Another is to send a message to friend letting them know that they’re never far from your mind and try to set up a time to meet.

If you find that you yourself are suffering from grief know that it is natural, know that you’re not alone, know that it’s OK to ask for help if you feel your grief is overwhelming.

If you feel this way please contact us

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jordan in is a healthcare entrepreneur who has partnered with practices across the United States to expand services to meet the needs of their respective communities.

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