Today I just want to keep it short and simple. I just really want to know what helped those that have been through or in grief. What questions did people ask? What actions did people have? How did you process yourself? What actions did you take to learn how to walk with your grief? What is an empathetic moment that stands out to you? Grief is not a disease, but a time to learn to walk with the love you give that cannot be reciprocated. Don't let what the stereotypical ideals of society say about grief numb you to what grief truly is. Stand strong for you feelings and don't be afraid to shed tears for those that we love. You're not alone and we appreciate any comments left below. We would like to be able to use these comments for further work in what we do. If we band together as one we can all change how people deal with their grief.