So they sat down with him upon the ground seven days and seven nights, and none spake a word unto him: for they saw that his grief was very great. Job 2:13 KJV
November 9th 2013 was a very sad day for a lot of dear people in my life... It was the day this beautiful, crazy, loving and caring woman received her calling card from the Lord to come home. This woman, the mother of my best friend Joey, became a mom to me as well. It's… Continue reading Death Of A Loved One: Six Years Later
Angie sent this to me the other day. It was going to be today's Sunday Music post until the Lord changed my mind. But it needs to be shared...for that one person out there who needs it. God Bless https://youtu.be/xUPgzd3nwMo
Yes, yes and yes. One thing I have learned journeying with a dear friend who lost her son, several years ago, is that each person grieves differently and that there is no set time limit for the grieving process.
Please do not rush this. Allow them to grieve in their own way and at their own pace. Would you want to walk in their shoes? I think not…
Did you know that the majority of people who have lost a loved one are made to feel guilty about their grief?
Did you know that someone grieving often isolates themselves, disconnects from people, because they feel misunderstood?
Unfortunately, a loved one left behind will often suffer in silence because they have been told:
It’s time to move on.
Aren’t you over this yet?
You need to stop dwelling on this.
It’s been long enough, it’s time to let go.
Aren’t you ready to get on with your life yet?
Or, some of my favorites:
He’s in a better place.
Time heals all wounds.
God needed another angel.
Everything happens for a reason.
Although, some of these things are said with the best of intentions, let me make this clear, they just aren’t helpful! At all!
We didn’t lose something that can be replaced. We lost a person. For…
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