“It’s okay to grieve,” writes Kovac In Capable Arms: Living a Life Embraced by Grace. “Someone else will always have it worse than me. That fact doesn’t make my own pain any less. I must give myself permission to grieve those pieces of my life that aren’t right, somehow. To be healed, I cannot deny the existence of my pain, but rather I have to acknowledge the depth of the wound; the extent of the loss I feel. You can’t slap a band-aid on a cancer, and denial won’t take your pain away."
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