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Mourning and what it means
Anonymous
Posted: Tuesday, January 17, 2012 5:19 PM
Originally posted by: LarryD

I really like the part at the end where it says;

If you would like to talk about your grief, or any
other issues, please visit your family physician.

When I was young, we had a family physician that we could talk to. Sometimes when he came by the house at the end of his day to see how we were doing. Nowadays, I have to wait, sometimes for an hour or more just to get to see our current doctor for a few minutes.

This forum helps with the ups and downs of this disease.

But mostly, my faith and my relationship with my Lord gets me through each day.
Anonymous
Posted: Tuesday, January 17, 2012 5:19 PM
Originally posted by: Jim Broede

I try to find time to celebrate life. Even in the worst of times. Constantly reminding myself that I have found much love in my life. To offset the grief. But guess that I'm not entitled to uninterrupted bliss. Life doesn't work that way. And I accept it. I'm never sad for very long. For which I am grateful. Sometimes, I have to thrive on loving memories. I get my love any way I can get it. There are so many, many ways. -Jim
Internal Administrator
Posted: Tuesday, January 17, 2012 5:19 PM
Joined: 1/14/2015
Posts: 40463


Originally posted by: KA

I'm not always here posting, but I still am here reading.

Some recent posts made me think about how we must cycle through all the stages of grief and mourning over and over and over again - before our loved ones ever die.

I wanted to point you to a really helpful resource on mourning that has been helpful to me:

http://www.aafp.org/fpm/2003/1...m20031100p49-rt1.pdf

It is so painful to be stuck, especially when you may not even realize you are stuck.
 
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