Walk in My Shoes

Whether it be a mile or two, walk in my shoes.

Then, you will know my pain, my grief.”

Each on of us can speak these words for each one of us is unique…one of a kind. There are similarities in each of our lives, but they do not transcend our uniqueness.

Your pain, your tears, your laughter, your joy; each are unique to you alone. Only you can feel what you feel. This is true with each and every person. Unless we can walk in each others shoes, we cannot know the depth of another. We can only accept them as they are…listen to them and be there for them.

Being there to hold and hug, listening without criticism or advice, unique in the therapy of the grieving process is the therapy of a Memory Bear.



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