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An Inside Look at Grief…

“Time heals all wounds”– this saying challenges me. I neither agree or disagree with it. I believe it has value with certain wounds but not in others. Time does not heal grief. Time changes it. Time allows you to process it (with hard work and effort). 

Is not a celebration of end of life. It is the beginning of starting something new. The new way you carry that person with you, new way you hold their strength, a new way of holding their beauty.

Death is often looked to as the completion to ones story, it more than that. I look at death as a heart-breaking event that changes your story and path. Grief is this change— it’s adapting how you look at death and processing it.
This is not not an easy thing to accomplish. It takes time, support, and openness.