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Loss of a Friend

The death of a close friend may be considered by others as less significant than that of a family member, and bereaved friends may feel completely left out of the grieving process, as if they don’t have a legitimate right to grieve, or permission to mourn their loss. Yet for many of us, “friendgrief” can be more painful and troubling than the death of a relative. Close friends are precious and irreplaceable, and their loss is certainly worthy of grief.

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  1. Asking for Your Support

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  2. Best friend

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  3. One year later

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  4. Losing more than a friend

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  5. Death is all around me

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  6. Funeral today

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  7. Prince Dies at 57

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  8. Another Loss...

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  9. Grief, guilt and emptiness

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  10. Losing My Best Friend

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  11. Lost A Good Friend

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