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How To Process The Grief of Relationships Lost From People Who Are Still Living

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How To Process The Grief of Relationships Lost From People Who Are Still Living

April 25, 2021

How To Process The Grief of Relationships Lost From People Who Are Still Living

This episode is very personal for me, it is a situation I have found myself in many times in my life but just learned how to fully process. The past 5 years have been very consequential to me for so many reasons. One huge lesson came when I lost some very dear and close relationships. There were no conflicts, arguments or disagreements, just a slow withdrawal that ended abruptly. Now, we all know that relationships have their seasons and each one isn’t meant to go on forever. What I was not prepared for was what I now know was grief that set in. It caused me to question myself, my actions and my decisions about who I let in my life. I felt like a bad judge of character and worse a bad person. All of this affected every area of my life because it exploited the lack of trust I already had in myself to make sound decisions. For the show notes visit www.lwapllc.com/podcast.

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