Thank you Ingrid, and thank you to everyone who allows us to share their posts about grief. Make sure you go on over to Ingrid's blog to check out the rest of her content, and please let us know via email or our "contact us page" if you'd like to share something about grief on our blog. Everyone grieves and here at The Grief Reality, we want to normalise the conversation.
"Bless you Beloved, for I know what you mean. It’s like you have had a puncture and had to pull into a single car pull in parking area on a motorway. No one can really join you and so you are isolated from the crowd, car at a stand still, you can no longer relate … Continue reading As Told By Over Soil, in response to Anonymous #2
I’ve been listening and learning during this covid solitude. Doing work on myself, for myself. Revelations abound: I’ve been listening to Facebook live feeds from my favorite author Tom Zuba. His books literally changed my life after the death of my Love nearly 10 months ago. Listening to explanations, seeing others’ reactions, and the opportunity … Continue reading As Told By Lisa
I don’t ask “Why me” anymore either. I ask “Why not me?” Why would I be spared tragedies that the rest of the world experience? Mine are difficult and scary, but only growth comes from them. Thank you to Anne , a lovely blogger who focusses on lifestyle blogging. Give her a read; it is well worth … Continue reading As Told By Anne
"Grief is so isolating. I don't know who I can relate to anymore." Thank you to Anonymous for your submission. I think this is a topic and feeling so many share and agree with. Thank you. If you would like to submit an anonymous submission, email us at email@example.com with your post, and say you would … Continue reading As Told By Anonymous #2
Death of a loved one is hard. Grief and mourning suck but both are necessary to heal. I say ‘heal’ only as a descriptor because healing is not a vacation or a pleasure cruise that has a beginning and an end. Healing is ongoing – a lifetime endeavor. The grief to mourning to healing continuum … Continue reading As Told By Lisa
"I don’t ask why me anymore. I believe everyone, everything I have been through, every person I have met, is in my life for a purpose. A reason, a season, and/or a lesson." Beautifully honest words from Lisa Mae. She writes an inspiring grief blog called The Road Back To Life; it is absolutely worth the … Continue reading As Told By Lisa Mae
"I still ask 'why me?'" Thank you to anonymous for submitting this short, simple, but heartfelt post. Feel free to email anonymous submissions in at firstname.lastname@example.org It is a pleasure to have you here. (Picture by Evee)
"I experience grieving, I am not becoming grief." Thank you to Bryan Wagner for sharing his thoughts on grief! Make sure you check out Bryan's blog which he dedicates to sharing the teachings of the world. Have a wonderful day everyone.
Thank you to Vidhi for sharing your thoughts on grief! Make sure you check out Vidhi's blog that shares thoughts and feelings through poetry!