Could Grief Be The Next ‘Me Too’?

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I most certainly hope so. If we can accept the validity of another’s story, even when we don’t have any personal experience with loss, it’s choosing to take a step towards creating a more compassionate and supportive space for all. We don’t need to be sexually assaulted to know it impacts people’s lives. We also don’t need to lose a loved one to know it impacts people’s lives.  Together we can do this better.

Stay well,

Heike

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