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Grieving Never Ends

January 23, 2017

From Grieving-Mothers.org:



The end. 

There is no “moving on,” or “getting over it.” 

There is no bow, no fix, no solution to my heartache. There is no end to the ways I will grieve and for how long I will grieve. 

There is no glue for my broken heart, no exilir for my pain, no going back in time. 

For as long as I breathe, I will grieve and ache and love my son with all my heart and soul. There will never come a time when I won’t think about who my son would be, what he would look like, and how he would be woven perfectly into the tapestry of my family. 

I wish people could understand that grief lasts forever because love lasts forever; that the loss of a child is not one finite event, it is a continuous loss that unfolds minute by minute over the course of a lifetime. 

It becomes terribly exhausting to have such a depth of love and no outlet to release it. I’m locked inside my own mind and body and my soul cries out every moment of every day. 

Every missed birthday, holiday, milestone; should-be back-to-school years and graduations; weddings that will never be, grandchildren that should have been but will never be born– an entire generation of people are irrevocably altered forever.

This is why grief lasts forever. The ripple effect lasts forever. The bleeding never stops.

-Author Unknown

I thought this was poignant and spoke volumes.  I needed this today.  💋~Miranda 

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