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Six Reasons why Grieving the Death of a Grandparent is Hard

Losing a grandparent is usually an early loss in many's lives.  Please review our grief counseling training

Losing a grandparent is usually an early loss in many’s lives. Please review our grief counseling training

My last memories of my grandmother are from my wedding in November of 2005. To be honest, I wasn’t thinking very much about her at the time because (1) I was getting married and (2) I was still coming to terms with the terminal cancer diagnosis my mother had received a month before. I like to believe that had known it was the last time I’d see my grandmother, I would have made more of an effort to remember everything about her or to say something even remotely meaningful…but who knows. What I do know is that I miss my grandmother and 10 years later I still grieve for her in very real ways.

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Losing a grandparent is a great loss.  For some it may not be as powerful but for many grandparents play a pivotal role in their youth.  It is a loss that forms many of our young lives

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