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THE TRUTH ABOUT GROAN*

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Groan: v. to make a low frequency inarticulate sound expressive of (pain and/or grief) and/or (disappointment and/or undesired (commands and/or requests))

Sometimes an articulate “owe!” is superimposed on a groan because of pain and an articulate “oh!”, “oh no!”, or “oh my!” is superimposed on a groan signaling large disappointment or grief. Offspring will sometimes groan when asked to do something unpleasant or when commanded to do something which they don’t want to do right away.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT SADNESS***

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Sadness: n. sensing a small intensity mental displeasure frequently because of the loss and/or departure of a subset(s)

Sadness is a form or subset of unhappiness which is less intense than grief and is an emotional response to losing something of value, having to leave an enjoyable circumstance, or having to say goodbye to a dear human or playmate.

What causes grief in some humans only causes sadness in others frequently because there has not been a strong enough attachment or bond.

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THE TRUTH ABOUT GRIEF***

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Grief: n. sensing very intense mental displeasure and/or unhappiness from the loss of a loved subset(s) which is frequently most intense when it is due to the death of a family member and sometimes exists with crying

Grief is very intense unhappiness which exists when something which we dearly love dies or we lose it. A death of offspring or spouse can cause great grief with much crying and distress.

Grief can be for a short duration but sometimes it can last for a relatively long duration.

Grief sometimes transforms into severe depression and loneliness if the human no longer has other humans to support them in their time of loss and beyond.

Young offspring sometimes grieve greatly over the loss of a pet but the grief is frequently of a relatively short duration and they get over the grief rather quickly.

Nothing is more effective in reducing grief than the empathetic support of other humans so if you grieve then try not to grieve alone.

 Sometimes writing letters to the deceased or grief counseling can help one get over the loss more quickly or easily.

 

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THE TRUTH ABOUT SORROW

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Sorrow: n. sadness with possible loneliness which is frequently caused by a loss or death of something of importance in one’s life such as a close relative(s)

Sorrow is a subset of grief and is not as intense an emotion as grief. Initial grief frequently becomes sorrow with the passage of time.

Sorrow is frequently sadness with a feeling of loneliness or loss because it is frequently a human or pet who had been very close to you in your life.

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