Grieving can be the most difficult time for people. We try to balance the feelings of pain and loss while going forward with your everyday life. Overcoming grief is possible.
“Death is not death and the spirit doesn’t die, but rather enters new channels of life…our relationships are not severed at death, but refocused beyond physical connection.” ~ Marianne Williamson
There is no comparing grief because everyone is different.
Processing the pain, sadness, loss, longing, anger, loneliness and devastation will be as individual as we are people. Sometimes words aren’t enough because the pain is too deep.
LISTENING is one of the most important things you can receive: You are allowed the space and freedom to cry and talk about your loved ones without interruption. Our reaction is to try and ‘fix’ them but grief takes TIME, PATIENCE and LOVE.
Most people go through a grieving process. The key to victory is an understanding of the difference between a normal, balanced grieving process and a spirit of grief that will try to attach itself to the hurting person. One helps the grieving person get better with the passing of time; the other causes him to get worse and sink deeper and deeper into the pit of despair.
A spirit of grief can gain an inroad, not just after the death of a loved one, but also from: Continue reading OVERCOMING GRIEF IS POSSIBLE 2