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Fifty Shades of Grief

Fifty Shades of Grief

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June 30th 2015:Grief the Unspoken

What is Grief? Why don’t we talk about it? What are the myths society has adopted as a way of surviving grief? Why can’t you get over grief? Grief is not talked about a lot because it’s uncomfortable and scary for some. Grief The Unspoken is designed to bring grief awareness into the workplace, schools, health services and the home. Experiencing loss and grief can be overwhelming for anyone. People experiencing grief need support. They will not "get over" a loss or know how to "let go and move on" without the right tools and support. Grief Awareness Day is being designed to h

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Angie Cartwright

At the tender age of five, Angie found her baby sister Erica dead. From that point forward, Angie watched her mother struggle in a society that was afraid of, and didn't understand, grief. Thus began a lifelong relationship with loss and sorrow that that would also include losing both a grandfather and uncle to suicide, her newlywed husband in a horrific car crash, and the tragic death of her mother who died of an unintended drug overdose in 2010. Fueled by all her losses, Angie set out to change how our culture understands and views grief. In 2010 Angie founded Grief the Unspoken. She also founded National Grief Awareness Day to help educate and raise awareness about the lifelong imp
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