In Episode 77, we discuss how we tend to feel invisible while attending gatherings after a loved one’s death when others don’t know how to treat us.
It’s a very strange feeling when you are at a gathering and you’re observing everyone flitting around, engaging with others, but you have this sense that people may be afraid to engage with you.
So you sit and wait and see what happens and most times, if they do come to talk with you, you will get that sense in your gut that this is all superficial.
But the irony is, I’m discovering these folks do this with others too, who haven’t even lost a loved one.
So listen in to Episode 77, as I discuss my findings.
Bless you, my friend. My warrior!
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