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  1. Of course you are not doing anything wrong. Sometimes we go numb. I have. With this post, you are grieving. you celebrate your friendship by telling us about her. Our stories keep them alive in our hearts.

    Hugs to you my friend.

  2. I’m so sorry for your losses, and so touched by your openness.
    I’ve been a cancer survivor (yes, dammit, a survivor!!!) twice now (most recently diagnosed with breast cancer in January of this year) and have lost my mom, my grandparents, my only sister, my stepmother, and my dad along with a close friend and my father- and mother-in-law. Grieving for each was different, in part because I was different with each loss. Sometimes it was heart-rending tears, and sometimes it was numbness with an occasional kamikaze moment of sudden emotion. The emotions sometimes passed quickly and sometimes lingered. And it was never “wrong”.
    You will grieve in your own way and heal in your own time. May God shine light on your path.
    I’m glad I stopped by. Feel free to drop a line if you’d like – I find you touched me deeply.
    Best wishes,
    Sue

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