Don’t Judge My Grief

A person’s grief is not too short, and it’s not too long.
It’s not too weak, and it’s not too strong.
It just is what it is, but it’s never wrong.

Please don’t try to tell others how to grieve. If you can’t be supportive and non-judgmental, then just say so and step aside to make room for someone who can.
~ John Pete

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John Pete is a Certified Grief Counselor and Founder of Daily Grief Quotes on Facebook and Grief Streets, an online resource for people grieving the loss of a loved one. He has appeared on the "Grieving The Healing Heart" radio program and is published in the 2011 book, "Open To Hope, Inspirational Stories of Healing After Loss," "Grieving the Sudden Death of a Loved One" (2012, DVD), and Grief Diaries - Through the Eyes of Men (2016, book) John Pete's is online at https://facebook.com/dailygriefquotes.

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