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  1. The pain from the grief is physical

    It is difficult to recover this loss, but we have to live and spend our lives. Something similar happened with my friend. He shifted his mother to the senior community NJ to enjoy her leftover time independently and happily. But unfortunately, he was also not there with her mother in her last time. To recover from this huge loss he started working as a caregiver to serve others and help them. This gave him a little peace of mind. You may also try something like this. Caring and helping others always bring peace.
  2. 5 years a caregiver

    My friend is a caregiver to his mother and taking care of her.
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