Our loved ones were unique. Their lives were unique. Their deaths were unique. We are unique. Our grief journey will be unique. And we are each in a unique place in our journey. When we share our stories, we help others more when we own our feelings. Read more: Own Your Feelings
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I am thankful for those who walked this road before me, for their willingness to share their faith and their journey.
Anger and bitterness have no place in the life of a believer. We are forgiven; we must forgive. God doesn’t give us an out to disobey His commands during grief. He gave us His Holy Spirit to help us.
I love fall decorations. I enjoy seeing kiddos dressed as their favorite superhero.
But caskets should never be used a decoration. Or as an object lesson.
“I’m sorry” just isn’t enough. But there are no words.
Though our grieve is different, we can still walk together. We can live one another. Can’t we?
A couple of years ago I wrote about doing The Next Right Thing. As parents who have experienced the death of our child, we have to choose what the next right thing is for us. We have to choose how we will live…or if we will live. No, I’m not talking about taking our own life. But…