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“On the Necessity of Loss” By Shamae Budd | BYU Studies

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“On the Necessity of Loss”

By Shamae Budd

Father with a child on his shoulders
Whenever we move forward into a new path or take on a new role in life, we often must leave something, or some part of us, behind. Grief over this loss can be a very serious thing to deal with. Shamae Budd writes of her and her husband’s personal experiences as they transitioned into parenthood and shares insights that she received from that time.
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