It's okay to grieve. It's okay to know that you loved deeply and are hurting because the one you loved is no longer able to be here with you. Embrace grief as a sign of your great love. Feel all the emotions that come with grief, experience it in the waves that it comes, and know that one day it will be okay. If not right now, then soon. - read: http://livepurposefullynow.com/how-to-thrive-in-times-of-trouble/

How to Thrive in Times of Trouble

It's okay to grieve. It's okay to know that you loved deeply and are hurting because the one you loved is no longer able to be here with you. Embrace grief as a sign of your great love. Feel all the emotions that come with grief, experience it in the waves that it comes, and know that one day it will be okay. If not right now, then soon. - read: http://livepurposefullynow.com/how-to-thrive-in-times-of-trouble/

Quite literally out of PLACE. There is a word for how I feel.

Quite literally out of PLACE. There is a word for how I feel.

This relates to the class because our textbook is about continuing bonds and I think it is important to understand the difference between getting over someone, and accepting the passing of a loved one. In an article called Ducking Grief in the New York Times it talks about a mother who lost a child/daughter and everywhere she went it reminded her of the lost of her daughter.  The author goes to say, "They coexist within me, pleasure and sorrow, shaping who I am and how I see the world.”

This relates to the class because our textbook is about continuing bonds and I think it is important to understand the difference between getting over someone, and accepting the passing of a loved one. In an article called Ducking Grief in the New York Times it talks about a mother who lost a child/daughter and everywhere she went it reminded her of the lost of her daughter. The author goes to say, "They coexist within me, pleasure and sorrow, shaping who I am and how I see the world.”

While I don't completely agree with the definition of the evil wolf (sorrow is not "evil", nor is regret), I like this quote.

While I don't completely agree with the definition of the evil wolf (sorrow is not "evil", nor is regret), I like this quote.

I'm so lost I need you I want to see you and spend time like we used to. I don't understand what I did wrong. I just loved you but it wasn't enough

I'm so lost I need you I want to see you and spend time like we used to. I don't understand what I did wrong. I just loved you but it wasn't enough

Yeah ik what that feels like. Even though no one has noticed it. I have been in the pool of depression before and I know I'm not the only one.

Yeah ik what that feels like. Even though no one has noticed it. I have been in the pool of depression before and I know I'm not the only one.

Aug 28...(prompt...3 gifts long awaited) *our heavenly home!! *our new bodies free of pain and imperfection! *pure unity among the church!!

Heaven.....

Aug 28...(prompt...3 gifts long awaited) *our heavenly home!! *our new bodies free of pain and imperfection! *pure unity among the church!!

Watching my mom die literally felt like the cancer was eating me and my sisters alive too. Except it had invaded our hearts and minds. I was on my knees in the hospital chapel begging God to take her by the end of day 3, of the 6 she made it in her final days.

Watching my mom die literally felt like the cancer was eating me and my sisters alive too. Except it had invaded our hearts and minds. I was on my knees in the hospital chapel begging God to take her by the end of day 3, of the 6 she made it in her final days.

He froze to death on the date of what should have been their anniversary. Instead of a night in her company, he was left alone, trapped in the cold with his guilt, his anger, and his sorrow.

Talented Photographer Gabriella Rouiller

He froze to death on the date of what should have been their anniversary. Instead of a night in her company, he was left alone, trapped in the cold with his guilt, his anger, and his sorrow.

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