Do you feel like society is more or less accepting of your grief since the pandemic began? Do you feel like there is more space for the conversation? What do you think?
Your grief is seen and felt, even at the time of the Christmas spirit and when all is merry. You are seen. You are heard. Your loved one, nor you, is forgotten.
When I think of a reset, I think of turning the wifi box off, furiously counting under my breath, and then switching it back on, hoping that the wifi will work this time around.
firstname.lastname@example.org , just pop in the subject “As Told By [Your Name or Anonymous] or you can private message your posts to us on our social media.
We have settled on the fact that we will look back on lockdown like an unlikely friend. It sure was life changing.
I’m running towards a finish line I simply can’t see, crowds and crowds of people clapping for their children, and I know my mum is still cheering for me.
Hopefully you have something to look forward to! It will be lovely to hear your thoughts 🤍
We hope that you have enjoyed reading The Grief Reality in April. It is a joy to have somewhere to talk so openly about grief, mental health and general ramblings.
Grief is not a one-size-fits-all experience. If you are grieving, be gentle with yourself. Know that everyone copes differently. And when you do fall apart, know it is normal. Make room for it.