Grief never ends but it changes, it’s a passage, not a place you stay. Grief is not a sign of weakness but the price we pay for love.
The holidays are not always an easy time for everyone. There are people all around us for whom the holidays are a painful reminder of loved ones no longer with us.
I had an opportunity to sit down with an amazing group of very strong women who have experienced profound loss and were brave enough to sit down and talk about it in hopes that others who are either experiencing loss of their own or are supporting loved ones during times that no one wants to talk or think about, will know they are not alone.
The holidays are a hard time for a lot of people, but especially those who have experienced profound loss. It’s ok to say their name and talk about loved ones are no longer with us. Tell the story, reach out, ask are you ok? Even when you know the answer is going to be, no, not at all.
If you are someone going through the holidays, or anytime, terribly sad over the loss of a loved one feel free to reach out to me and I will connect you with these amazing ladies who unfortunately understand exactly where you are coming from.
One Love, God Bless
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