Lessons Grief Has Taught Me.

Grief is never consistent, you could be fine for one minute and completely break down the next. For a moment, you could be the shoulder that everyone cries on . You could feel un-stoppable and courageous just for making it through a difficult situation. Then for the next few days you could break down from the hurt.
You could be there for everyone and tell them you understand what they’re going through. Then the next moment it could all be too confusing and foggy to see your own next step.
You can keep it all in your heart and let it close you down.
You can allow it to keep you away from everything you love to do and let it drain you without getting anything in return. Or you could be creative and let it all out by allowing yourself to be seen by the world.
That’s where you find a commonality with the people around you. You find that the world can step up and show you that connecting through grief can be beautiful. You can find a true connection through the hearts of people who believe in you and who’d never leave you. Through this raw connection you’ll learn that you’re never alone.
©ZeinaA.G

4 Comments Add yours

  1. This is so true. Grief is truly like a wave in the ocean, rolling to the shore. One days, it’s salty and tumbling, tickling at your feet. While the very next moment it will be consumed by the riptide, threatening to take you under. Swimming through the grief isn’t about learning to float; sometimes, it’s simply finding your feet on the shore to face it another day. 💗 Praying you find peace and hope through the tears.

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    1. AH! So so true! Thanks for the beautiful message ♥ I’m in a better place now that I’ve accepted to go with the flow. I trust my emotions and the journey fully now.♥

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      1. 💗 Praying for you.

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      2. Thank you💕 Prayers help a lot.🙌

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