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Kelly

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Hi everyone,

We are wondering what social media platforms you all use for grieving matters besides Facebook? Could you let us know? Just type it in here this thread or directly put a link in to the places you visit. We are interested in expanding our presence to other social media platforms to reach more grieving people. 

Thank you!

Kelly & Elyse

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Reader, that is cool about YouTube. If we have more resources, creating videos would be awesome.

Kelly

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I have a moms only group on Facebook plus they have a group website. The groups are for child loss only. ForMomsOnly is the name of the group. An amazing group of ladies who offer support and also references for the journey we are on. Daily Strength also has some grieving groups. 

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Hi all,

After looking around we settled on MeWe.com. We set up a page at MeWe.com. Take a look at https://mewe.com/p/grievingcom. Please join if you are interested. We chose it because they do not sell your data nor do they have advertising.

Thank you all for your input! You gave me some really good ideas I am going to mull over for a bit.

Kelly

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Pennywyze43

Kelly,

I've been using OnlineGriefSupport.com

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Hey  i also watch grief videos on you tube I lost my mom on 21 june 2021 I don't know how to move on how to forget how to smile if life is a bubble I like it to break now what to do I lost sleep appetite my eyes are always just watery everyone is fade up from me but I cant still forget mom

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Maggie may

I don't tell anyone how bad I'm feeling anymore when I think about it. I feel like they're bored of me saying the same thing. But to me my grief is still just as fresh. I don't know how I'm ever going to deal with it. I'm not sure I ever will. I feel alone. 

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It may not be everyone's cup of tea, but one of the things that has truly helped my grief, is watching and reading everything I can on near-death experiences. I have come to the conclusion that death is the beginning of a different journey and our loved ones are not really gone but are on another plane of existence. I highly recommend watching The Near Death Experience of Jeff Olsen on YouTube. His story is profound and deeply comforting. 

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