Definition of a Grief Twinge or Pang

“Definition of a Grief Twinge or Pang”

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Definition:

A lower level feeling of intense sadness or grief.

The twinge or pang results from experiencing a reminder of a loss such as a site, a smell, a place, a song, a letter, a photograph, an anniversary, birthday or other numerous, unexpected reminders.

It is the catch in the throat, the uneasy feeling in the stomach, a sudden ache in the heart after encountering something that reminds a person of something or someone that has been lost.

This type of response often catches the survivor off guard, occurring during unexpectedly as one goes about a normal day.

The Grief twinge or pang tends to be a more manageable, lower level response and not as overwhelming than the full blown grief or than a STUG response, a Sudden Temporary Upsurges of Grief.

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About Daddys with Angels.

We began as a group for grieving fathers and men in families, but other family members asked to join us. We now also have a group for Families with Angels dads and other male family members and siblings under 18. We have experienced and live with the harsh pain of loss and we hope we can bring other comfort with what we do, To find us please search for us on face book or www.daddyswithangels.org/. Hugs to you all and floaty kisses to all your angels. We retain the name Daddys With Angels.
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