Kenneth R. Yohe

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I love you baby, miss you more than you will ever know. It's been over one year and it does not get better. I will love you to the end. Kat

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Oct 19, 2011
your loss
by: Janelle

Dear Kat,

I'm sorry I just saw that I did not respond to your tribute. It is not uncommon for someone to still be dealing with a lot of grief after one year.

Grief affects us all differently. I don't know if you had time to look around the site. I, myself, found a lot of healing in making memory books as a way to keep the memories alive for myself and my son. After I finished the book about my husband and I, I felt like I had turned some kind of a corner in my ability to move forward in life.

Others find that they need to work through their grief emotions in more proactive ways. They have a lot of strong emotions that they feel needs to be expressed. During a crisis such as the loss of a loved one, people bodies react with the natural fight, flight, freeze response. This creates a lot of emotionally charged energy in the body that can sometimes stay frozen within the nervous system. Further explanation about this can be found on the trauma awareness and healing pages.

Folks experiencing this state of frozen emotions may also find help on the grief journaling or the stages of grief hub pages.

Even in this year may you find new ways to be honest with your pain while continuing to look for beauty and hope in life.

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