Grief is grief.
Pain is pain.
Love is love.
I had a loss over the weekend. It was very different than the past losses I have had in my life. It’s not the most significant loss I’ve experienced in my life, but it is still significant.
Being more educated on grief now than I was in my earliest, heaviest days of grief years ago, I can observe my grief in a different way. I see it in disrupted sleep and difficulty concentrating. I feel it in a physical sense of heaviness, in a tightness in my throat. Although it’s different than the grief and pain I’ve known before, it’s still grief and pain. It’s normal. It’s ok. It’s here for now. It will change with time. It’s love.
I allow myself to feel. I allow myself to rest. I allow myself to say no to things I don’t want to do. I allow myself to grieve what I’ve lost. I allow myself to love.
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