The holidays are very difficult for me and Gerald this year. Last year Kiyana brought new meaning to the holidays for us, and now she is gone. Even though we have accepted reality and understand that we must move forward, neither of us really know how to do that.
Her loss has changed the holidays, and every day beyond that. The physical loss is only a part of it. Our little famiy is gone, and we have both changed as individuals. We must relearn how to live as a different couple, and find a way to help each other cope with grief.
I am finding my way through support groups online, and articles like one I read today by Steve Wentworth. His article touched my heart and gave me in site I didn’t have. Don’t let the ‘Chasm of Grief’ consume you. There were many parts of the article that I found helpful, but i truly felt comfort in one phrase Steve wrote
“Through love, we live forever…
…because love never dies”
I’ve provided the link to his article. I only hope you find comfort and a mpment of peace as I did.
your love lives on, youne lives on with y your love ives on, your loved one lives http://www.stevewentworth.co.uk/single-post/2016/12/01/Coping-with-Grief-at-Christmast, and provided tools