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Suffering with a Grief Kept Secret

Those experiencing grief are often told they’ll feel better, “if only they’ll talk about it.” But when the grief is something an individual feels is too embarrassing, too insignificant, too controversial, or too shameful, that grief becomes a secret. And that secret can become a wound one carries with them, hidden and unhealed. Author Ted O’Neal helps those carrying secret grief find ways to wisely and discreetly share their pain.

By Ted O’Neal

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Sections titled: “Know that you are not a ‘weakling,'” “Separate guilt and shame from their “cousin,” grief,” “Recognize that grief is universal, and yet very personal,” and “Remember that expressing grief means letting it out, not “going public” with any more of it than you choose.”

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