Shared by “Mindy”
Shared by “Donica”
1. A person who’s grieving already knows that time heals wounds, and they don’t need to be reminded of it.
2. Grief doesn’t suddenly disappear, and some days are much better than others.
3. The grieving process exhausts and consumes a person, which is why you can’t take their withdrawn behavior personally.
4. A person who’s grieving still wants to smile about the good times, and it’s OK to help them reminisce.
5. Grief can be a burden, but also a healthy anchor for healing and living well.