Similarly, each person grieves differently. Each person takes a different amount of time. There is no “right” way to grieve. My widower friend Brad thought he was grieving incorrectly because his friends told him he should move on and be okay, while he still felt pain and tremendous grief. When I met him and told him he gets to grieve however he needs to grieve, he felt so relieved. I hope to give you the same permission.
You, Reader, may read this book and relate to all of it. You may be just like me and feel the same emotions, find the same experiences distressing, and have the same fears. Or, you may read this book and not be able to relate to a lot of it. That’s okay. I’m guessing there are at least a few chapters that you can relate to and that I hope will bring you comfort in knowing you’re not alone.
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