Talking grief

Grief is a natural part of life, but it can hurt like a bitch. It can show up in so many different ways for each of us and every tear always brings healing, as it does with everything else. Sometimes it can hit you and bring your to your knees, other times it can simply sit gently with you throughout your days.
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This is what it looks like to me. I wonder what it looks like to you?
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3 thoughts on “Talking grief

  1. I don’t know how my grief looks but I know it feels terrible. It makes me feel angry and sad at the same time. So confusing! Then I lose motivation, concentration and any will to interact with others. Isolation sets in and I feel increasingly ‘removed’ from other people. The thought that I am different intensifies massively. Inertia and a desire to hide away becomes stronger too. I don’t like being around anyone and hate to hear people’s well intentioned but assine comments meant to make THEM feel better in MY company. Often I feel despair and hurt mingled with any feelings of resentment that might have been present before the person or event ‘died’/ended.

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