Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about how our experiences shape us. Two people can share very similar experiences and yet side by side, the people they are look so different. And then I came across a saying I’d never heard of but exactly describes my thoughts!
Remembering is tricky. Like, it’s a really good, healthy thing to do. But sometimes it can have the tendency to suck us into this big black hole that we climbed out of once, but don’t know if we can climb out of it again. You know? There’s a fine line, and if you’re anywhere as clumsy as I am, you know how hard those can be to walk. But here is my best advice.
October is National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month, and we want to help you remember what you’ve lost. Here are our best tips for remembering, not only this month, but all year long.
Grief is a funny thing. When something tragic happens, it’s like a wall is shattered, laying in ruins all around us. We look around at that wall and we don’t know what to do. We feel lost, unsafe, unprotected, exposed, overwhelmed. We don’t know where to begin. We have no idea how to rebuild this wall that’s fallen down at our feet.