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- v. Present participle of grieve.
- n. An act or instance of grieving.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Sad; sorrowful; causing grief.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. sorrowful through loss or deprivation
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If nothing, it is an interesting exploration in dealing with the process of grieving from a first person “in the moment” point of view.
My mother has a way of pushing me through anything and I know that after she dies, her words will echo in my head about how my grieving is silly and I should move forward and always do my best.
I know "normal" is not technically "whatever someone is" - it's more like, whatever's normal for you in grieving is normal for you in grieving.
This certainly is not good news to those still in grieving stage but it would be a saba
No need for long-term grieving when you know where your hope is.
Numb with shock, grieving from the images of the sending, Tris found that he could feel no fear.
To care for a term newborn barely clinging to life while we support and assist the family to begin grieving and to say goodbye scarcely before they got the chance to say hello just breaks my heart.
I think the word grieving tells us a lot about not only what Casey knew, but what Cindy knew about what Casey knew.
We are so removed from so many of these things and our grieving is often done alone.
Please be assured that you are not alone in grieving for him.