Moving Mind and Body: Can Exercise Heal Your Grief?

When you are grieving, you are never alone, but always profoundly lonely. How do you move ahead, find healing and comfort? I found a clue in literally moving forward, one foot at a time, in a little 5k:         

The horn shrieks. The scruffling scrum of New Balanced-hooves beats apace. I am shuffled, lost. How can I be among so many and with no one at all? My solitude, my grief, are at once perfectly metaphorical and literal. I cannot stand the human race. I ache with aloneness, in this throng.

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Pamela Cytrynbaum

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