Grief - Deepstash


It can be necessary and useful to go into a grief state – on the flip side, you want an anchor to hold on to and come back to.

Grieving death, ask yourself: what have they left you?

Face a loss, live with the emotion that comes with it and embrace that the pain is because of how much they mean to you – reflect on what you gained from knowing the person.


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