If you’ve lost someone close to you during this pandemic, your grief may feel different than what you expected. That’s totally normal. Tracy, a woman from Denver, lost her father to cancer just as stay-at-home orders took effect. Tracy says it’s been hard to grieve with the rest of her family, and she hasn’t been able to find the support she’d get from friends and coworkers in normal times. She's not out of options, though. At a time when everyone is up against some sort of loss, grief isn't just possible. It might be essential.
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