“Words can inspire. And words can destroy. Choose yours well.” – Robin Sharma Human beings are social creatures that thrive off of developing relationships. As such, we place value on the people that we choose to share our lives with. As relationships mature and develop, they become more intimate and complex. Circumstances may arise that…
This is so true. The story of grieving… It is helpful to read this words to help me normalize and to put in perspective the pain of loosing to this life one of the most important people in my life.
“How long has it been? When is he going to get over that grief and move on already?”
I get it.
I know you might be thinking that about me or about someone else these days.
I know you may look at someone you know in mourning and wonder when they’ll snap out of it.
I understand because I use to think that way too.
Okay, maybe at the time I was self-aware enough or guilty enough not to think it quite that explicitly, even in my own head. It might have come in the form of a growing impatience toward someone in mourning or a gradual dismissing of their sadness over time or maybe in my intentionally avoiding them as the days passed. It was subtle to be sure, but I can distinctly remember reaching the place where my compassion for grieving friends had reached its capacity—and it was long before they stopped hurting.
Back then like most people, my mind was operating under…
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