There is no right way to grieve. There is no time limit to grief.
The rest of the world may want you to “get over it” and rejoin the living, but you will grieve until you have allowed the grieving process to heal you.
That can be challenging, because grief hurts so much it feels like it will kill you. It is hard to “allow” an emotion that feels so harmful.
It is hard to allow the stages of grief.
Denial feels so much better than grief within the moments that your heart is breaking.
Lena was very close to her family.
Her parents had a very deep love, and they shared that Love with her and her younger sister.
When her Father passed, her Mother wasn’t far behind. She said she knew her mom wouldn’t stick around without him.
Lena felt orphaned. Her grief was so deep and wide that she thought it would swallow her whole.
Lena’s sister passed only a few years after her parents, and then Continue reading article