“It’s so much darker when a light goes out than it would have been if it had never shone.” — John Steinbeck, “The Winter of Our Discontent” The longer we live, the more loss we experience. It is a natural but uncomfortable part of life. Loss may manifest in diagnosis or the death of a friend or family member — just fill in the blank. At some point in time, your heart will break from bearing the weight of loss.
Reliving Loss Is a Painful Cycle for People with Alzheimer’s
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