When there is grief, there will eventually be healing. You are not alone. There are too many out in the world today who have lost an unborn child, an infant, a child, a teenager, a handsome son or beautiful daughter, a sister or brother, a parent, or an significant other… unexpectedly and suddenly. If you have lost a loved one, you have my sympathy, and I am so, so very sorry for you. I wish you peace and healing in these days, weeks and months, and years ahead. I know how it feels to lose one that you love so much. It has happened to me more than once, and again just recently.
I don’t want to post a long article on this topic today, I just want to reach out to those going through a painful loss such as this. Feel free to post your experiences, struggles, or words of hope to others who may have stumbled across this post looking for answers to what they are going through and what they are feeling. Sometimes there are no answers. But we can also sometimes find comfort in relating to others that have been through the same. I pray that if you are struggling with your grief, that you are able to get through it with a good support system. Family, friends, a pastor or priest, even online support groups catering to the situation that you went through (for example a stillborn support facebook group) can help tremendously even if you don’t think so at first… Seek the help that you need.
I dedicate this post to Mason Elijah. It’s been one month and 3 days since he passed away. Not a day goes by that I haven’t thought of his precious face, and of how things would have been different if he was alive today. He was indeed “too beautiful for earth” and my family gained an angel. Although things may not go as we all sometimes plan, every day is a blessing and a gift in itself. Be reminded of that as you think of the time you did have together with the one you loved.
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