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Grief Never Ends

Saturday, January 31, 2009

Grief never ends,
But it changes.

Itís a passage,
Not a place to stay.

The sense of loss
Must give way
If we are to value
The life that was lived

Grief is not a sign of weakness
Nor lack of faith
It is the price of love.
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JTE8894 5/31/2011 5:46PM

  I lost my beautiful, precious, two-year-old son three months ago. The pain is unfathomable. I still can't wrap my mind around the fact that he is really gone.

Some days, like today, I feel detached from his loss, like it happened to someone else, not us. On those days, I don't have to remind myself to move my arms and legs, and I feel like I can actually breathe a full breath and not cry.

But other days, it doesn't feel like something that I will be able to survive, or that my family will survive this tragedy.

I wouldn't say that weight loss is at the top of my goal list right now, but I know that I am diving headfirst into a deep depression, and I think that eating healthy foods and maintaining some exercise routine may help me feel better. That is why I am checking out this website after being away for a while.

But grief is my obsession now, as it consumes all my thoughts and activities these days, and for who-knows-how-long to come.

I am very sorry for your loss, and your poem is beautiful.

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LINDA! 2/3/2009 6:28PM

    Oh, I am so sorry for your grief and pain! emoticon

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EMMASMART 1/31/2009 6:54PM

    Grief is the price we pay for loving well. I also think grief changes, eases a bit, It takes a while for the mind to believe the unbelievable and accept the unacceptable. It sounds like you are grieving well. Like you are living with grief, rather that grieving life.

I can't imagine how hard it must be to lose a child. I can't imagine a closer relationship. I wonder if after a while your son will talk to you in your head like my Mom talks to me in mind. (I'm talking and I get the relationships wrong I say my husband is my son or my cousin is my niece ) she is right here with me supporting me. I hope he's watching over you too. It's a big help.

Emma

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MAMA_MIE 1/31/2009 6:37PM

    this is just beautiful! i'm sorry for your loss......

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