This book is for anyone who has lost someone or knows of someone who is grieving. All too often, we think of grieving as black and white; we as a society have even put the number of days we should get over the loss of someone. We try to one-up each other with stories like… Continue reading It’s OK That You’re Not OK: Meeting Grief and Loss in a Culture That Doesn’t Understand by Megan Devine’s; Book Review
I don’t know what it feels like to lose someone to death; I have grieved situations and people that had to leave my life, but not death.
We are so conditioned to feel better FAST. That is the problem; we have been treating our pain and emotions like a fast-food restaurant and expect a five-star life. It just doesn’t work that way.
I was indeed broken and in need of self-repair. Rebuilding is never easy, not when your soul has been demolished.
Faith and Prayer get me by on these lonely nights; it's what gives me hope for a better tomorrow should I see one; it makes me forgive others who have wronged me. Faith in God is what sets me free.