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  1. I know it’s been a month, but I just want to say thank you–for your support, your understanding, for you. Thank you, friends!

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  2. Grief comes in waves. Take them as they come, and (try) not to worry about what others think for how you grieve. Everyone does so in different ways, and their is no right or wrong way. God bless you, and your family.

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  3. Everyone grieves differently. Anyone who criticizes you and your family for the way you are handling things, isn’t worth knowing or listening to. I was glad to see your family having fun. Know that you have a strong support system. Do what YOU need to do to get through this awful time. Blessings to you and family.

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  4. You have a wonderful attitude, Tami. Grieving is a natural process that we all have to deal with at one time or another, and I totally believe one should celebrate the life of the lost loved one rather than be miserable about their death. We also have to go on living and we can choose to be happy or not.

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  5. In the deepest of grief, you still get these small breaks from the emotion. This vacation time is one of those moments of reprieve. It’s not a linear process, so roll with the emotions, whatever they are, as they appear.

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