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I suppose I should have explained my situation more. Before, I would have done just as the man you are stating. Giving love and compassion, because it's all I know. However, after my husband's death I became angry with my profession. And after my father's I became angry with myself, because with my training I couldn't save them. I should also note, that I nearly died as well from a mva. It took 3years of surgeries for me. My own health issues actually put my grieving in perspective. But, these things hardened me & changed me. I didn't recognize myself. I'm sure your familiar with others saying this. I'm finally regaining that part of me that died with them. It's been hard work. I realize I'll never be the same person. Hopefully, I'll be the best person I can be. I finally feel brave enough and progressed enough to help others experiencing grief & PTSD. I'd like direction on where to start. I don't want to trigger myself, but I MUST challenge myself to love freely again. Also, put these painfully hard earned lessons to use for others.

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How can I become involved? I'm an RN. I understand grief in ways I wish I didn't. I lost both my husband to suicide and father to cancer 6 months apart.