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  1. When grieving is taking place, families should be there for each other for
    support, but so often they fall out instead over other issues. Instead of
    love and support at a difficult time we can experience arguments, and
    bigger problems. The root of the problem being greed and/or jealousy. When
    that happens you feel like you have lost not one person, but several family
    members. There is no loyalty anymore. No trust. If people talk more and
    listen instead of drinking and acting like kids, people could grieve in
    their own ways.

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