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Going Through Something (Dont Know What It Is)

8 thoughts on “ Going Through Something (Dont Know What It Is)

  1. Vuzragore
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  2. Mezicage
    What you know is what gets you through. If you don’t know the right things when the rough winds and tsunamis of life come, you’re going to fall over. But if our lives are built on the rock solid, bedrock truth of the Bible, we know some unchanging truths.
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  3. Tejinn
    Jun 03,  · Or you know, despite the fact that black and brown people have been acting up and protesting on our own behalf for centuries, I still don't quite get it enough to say something.".
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  4. Vik
    go through something meaning: 1. to experience something, esp. something unpleasant or difficult: 2. to use something that. Learn more.
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  5. Mara
    Apr 11,  · The most common line I have heard is “I understand what you are going through." It helps two people feel like they aren’t separated, but joined by the very thing that has been dragging them down. As much as it is nice to hear “I understand what you are going through," you don’t.
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  6. Metaxe
    Mar 06,  · I want to write that again: Everyone is going through something that we can’t see. The thing is, because we can’t see it, we don’t know who’s going through what and we don’t know when and we don’t always know why. Mental health is an invisible thing, but it touches all of us at some point or another. It’s part of life.
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  7. Tucage
    “Just wanted you to know you’re on my mind and in my prayers.” “I’m thinking of you. And I’m just a text or phone call away.” “I hope you don’t feel alone as you go through this time. My heartfelt thoughts and prayers are with you all the way.”.
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  8. Kigajin
    I don’t know what I looked like to the outside world. Inside, I felt impatient, angry, sad, out of my mind with grief, and tired. Still, I had to interact with the world like everyone else. I had to put gas in the car, go to the bank, buy dog food, and grocery shop.
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