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Day 37 of 100 Days of Grief and Hope

"People suffer because they are caught in their views.  As soon as we release those views, we are free and we don't suffer anymore." - Thich Nhat Hanh I'm going to start with today's post with starting with the prompt.  Today's prompt is this: Which grief misconception has been most harmful to your grief journey?  Consider the ways in which you can help teach others about these destructive misconceptions. I think the worst misconception that I struggled with during my miscarriages was that it wasn't okay to feel certain ways.  At the very beginning I felt bad feeling angry, depressed, and hurt.  I think the hardest one was the anger.  I think I probably still feel bad about this one.  We are taught that anger isn't good and that it's a "bad" feeling.  We shouldn’t feel angry at people, we shouldn’t feel anger towards situations because it only hurts us. I think that anger can be a harmful emotion if we don't dig into