Connecting with others enduring the difficult life of an ambiguous griever, provides a lifeline of understanding. There is no “one-upping”, no diminishing, no comparing. We are grievers dealing with the death of marriages, or loss of loved ones to addition, or sickness or disease. To adjust to our new life means we have to go through grief. Having others that understand can make such a difference in feeling supported. Sometimes, that just means looking into the cavernous “online” and reading stories and snippets. Here are a few favorites, that underscore in fact, that war buddies of AG are out there. It means you aren’t alone in navigating the gnarled nuisances of ambiguous grief.
Have a favorite? Add yours in the comments.
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Founder & Steward, Rise Up Rooted. Writer, Researcher, Optimist, Lover of Family, Friends, Travel and Coffee.
Stephanie is the Founder and Steward of Rise Up Rooted, a budding online community where those presently living with ambiguous grief are invited to seek resources that offers support, affirmations, suggestions, conversation and a community to help navigate the gnarled nuances of this under-recognized emotional experience.
Inspired by the shift that happened in her healing upon meeting others experiencing this form of grief, Stephanie created Rise Up Rooted, a resource for those seeking to understand their "different" grief, and to do so in a safe and supportive community.
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