Tag Archives: hopefulness and grief
I wouldn’t ever say that “time heals.” But for me, healing came and I am thankful for that. Continue reading →
My first post for 2016 is a medley of comments I’ve written to other people. My own words uplift me; I want to stay positive on my personal journey of insight. Continue reading →
If my song comforts another person, I always feel blessed. Continue reading →
Does true empathy in grief exist? Empathy is a word that is very close to sympathy. I looked up the definition, and empathy means “the ability to understand and share the feelings of another.” So here is my truth (and my truth alone because grief is unique to every person): I have finally decided that my answer is a resounding no, since it was impossible for anyone to comprehend my level of pain after Jason died – even if they had also lost a child!
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