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|be normal, in the sense of their common occurrence, in survivors of multiple, |
ongoing loss, they are still serious and suggest the value of professional help. "
Tearless grief bleeds inwardly," said C. N. Bovee (as cited in Staudacher, 1 994,
|Tearless grief bleeds inwardly. —Christian Novell Bovee There are many books |
out there on the subject of grief. I certainly don't claim to be an authority or even
well read on the subject. Nevertheless, I thought it was important to review some
|Mevlana Rumi Excess of grief for the dead is madness; for it is an injury to the |
living, and the dead know it not. Xenophon Grief can't be shared. Everyone ...
Ovid Tearless grief bleeds inwardly. Christian Nestell Bovee The only cure for
grief is ...
|Unexpressed grief doesn't leave us; instead it waits to rise up another day to take |
our breath away. If we don't step through it, the grief will ... “Tearless grief bleeds
inwardly,” says Christian Nevell Bovee. Who is more known for loss than Job?
|There is a sacredness in tears; they are not the mark of weakness, but the safety |
valves of the heart ; they are sometimes the happiest smiles of love ; Scott said, "
love is loveliest when embalmed in tears;" tearless grief bleeds inwardly; God ...
|~John Vance Cheney Tearless grief bleeds inwardly. ~Christian Nevell Bovee |
Time engraves our faces with all the tears we have not shed. ~Natalie Clifford
Barney Heavy hearts, like heavy clouds in the sky, are best relieved by the letting
of a ...
|Tennyson. Weep for love, but not for anger ; a cold rain will never bring flowers. |
— Duncan. Tearless grief bleeds inwardly. — llonv. God washes the eyes by
teare until they can behold the invisible land where tears shall come no more. O
|Ope the sacred source of sympathetic tears—Gray. Certain drops of salt—|
Shakespeare. Tears are a good alterative, but a poor diet—H. \V. Shaw. The
tears that stood considering in her eyes—Dryden. Tearless grief bleeds inwardly.
|Ope the sacred source of sympathetic tears. — Gray. Certain drops of salt. — |
Shakespeare, Tears are a good alterative, but a poor diet — H. W. Shaw. The
tears that stood considering in her eyes. — Dryden. Tearless grief bleeds
|Tearless grief bleeds inwardly. — Boeee. The tears live in an onion that should |
water this sorrow. — Shakespeare. Tears, idle tears, I know not what they mean,
— tears from the depth of some divine despair rise in the heart, and gather in the