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10 Ways to Keep the Memory of Your Loved One Alive

After the loss of my dad, I remember thinking to myself how I might start to lose his memory; how one day I might no longer be able to remember his voice, or what he smelled like.

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11 Things I learned After Losing a Parent

When I was younger, I used to always think that time moved so slowly. I remember feeling like Christmas would NEVER come around, or that one whole year of school seemed like a lifetime.

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10 Things To Say Instead Of “I’m Sorry For Your Loss.”

When my parents passed away, people were so quick to say “I am sorry for your loss.” Even though this phrase is a wonderful gesture, it starts to feel like empty words after hearing it so many times.

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