I Forgot How To Love

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They tell you that losing someone you love is hard for all the reasons you’d expect and project. That person isn’t physically here anymore and, as a result, your life will never be the same.

They tell you that grief is hard, too. For all the reasons you’d expect and project. You’re grappling with a brand new reality, absent of a person you loved more than yourself, and that can be dark and depressing.

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Thinking deeply about how to make myself and the world a little better. & writing about creators mostly | email: kate@onedayent.com

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Kate Ward

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Thinking deeply about how to make myself and the world a little better. & writing about creators mostly | email: kate@onedayent.com

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