Today I learned about the sudden, unexpected passing of a young man from an aneurysm - he was a husband, father, friend, fire fighter, and more. This quote seemed appropriate In light of this tragedy. It reminded me that life can suddenly, dramatically, change in a heartbeat. Each day, let us be thankful for all that we have. ~ SHW
Stages of Grief- I think I may be in the acceptance stage partly. I went through the first 3 before he died. Although I have a lot of questions in my current stage. Not for meaning of why he died, like in 4, just ...where is he? All I know is that he's not HERE..with me...
5 stages of grief by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross. It's very interesting how we cope with grief and loss. It's important to note that the stages can overlap or go out of order, and we can return to stages we've been to before.
Understanding the Grieving Process After losing a loved one, you may wonder if you'll ever enjoy life again. Understanding the grieving process is one way to instill hope. ::: From Focus on the Family :::
'Shouldn't You Be Over That by Now?' How to Respond to Judgment on Your Grieving Process