Remember, the depth of the grief is directly proportional to the depth of the relationship.
I could tell you that you won’t experience any emotional pain in this season but that would not be the total truth.
Writing how you feel allows you to express and sort out your emotions to prevent you from becoming overwhelmed with thoughts that can cause your emotions to wax and wane, reducing some of your symptomatology.
When Doves Cry usually depicts how we feel after the loss of a loved one. However, if we move through each of the stages-Life can continue to progress.
This post is dedicated to all me readers who have loss their mom. There is a happy weekend for some, but for many they dread it like the plague. Each year when those of us with mother’s are out celebrating, they are at home usually fighting back the tears laced with pain. I would like […]
I don’t know if you have ever lost a truly close loved one, but it is painful. It feels almost like someone is repeatedly stabbing you in the chest with absolutely no mercy. The loss could be a husband, a wife, a son, a daughter, a mother, or father or even a close friend. Someone […]