#65 Thursday Thoughts: Who Supports You The Best With Your Grief?

I feel the most supported by my immediate group of friends. They know all about Mum and enjoy it when I tell them stories about our life together. They also tolerate all my talk of spirituality and the afterlife. It makes her feel real, which is invaluable to me.

What about you? Who do you trust to listen to you and your loss? I can’t wait to hear your thoughts below.

Evee x

9 thoughts on “#65 Thursday Thoughts: Who Supports You The Best With Your Grief?

  1. Truth be told, although I do very much appreciate the support of friends, the bottom line is that I must support myself, allow myself all the time that my soul tells me that I need, and allow the grief to work its path through me. Having compassion and patience for my own process, which is unique to me. Others can love me, which I feel so grateful for. But, I must come home to myself, my heart, my voice, my quietness that allows the grief to be.

  2. Friends could be a nice support and real truth I must be fighting against myself, you and a mirror and when you’re approving this phase you’re prepared to open the door and look at the bright side of life… our fears, ghosts, doubts we’re driving on brakes on and we’re bruiser at time.

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