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How a season of grief can lead you into a joy

A time to heal and a time to dance: Grief is a process we learn to manage, Lizzie Lowrie explains

How a season of grief can lead you into a joy Lizzie Lowrie

Lizzie Lowrie

Lizzie Lowrie

I REMEMBER THE DAY when I told my counsellor I’d never cried at a funeral; I didn’t even think you were meant to cry at funerals. Needless to say, she was shocked and what followed was a conversation that quite simply blew my middle-class Christian world apart.

I had come to her with the grief of six miscarriages, the untimely death of my aunt and the prospect of a life without children and until that moment my only plan was to ignore my grief because I was scared of what would happen if I allowed myself to feel.

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