15 Things I Wish I’d Known About Grief

I found this insightful and honest. I’m planning on thinking through each point today during my Sabbath rest with the Lord. I love sharing remarkable writing with those of you who visit “David’s Place.” Blessings.

Identity Renewed

After a year of grief, I’ve learned a lot. I’ve also made some mistakes along the way. Today, I jotted down 15 things I wish I’d known about grief when I started my own process.

I pass this onto anyone on the journey.


1. You will feel like the world has ended. I promise, it hasn’t. Life will go on, slowly. A new normal will come, slowly.

2. No matter how bad a day feels, it is only a day.  When you go to sleep crying, you will wake up to a new day.

3. Grief comes in waves. You might be okay one hour, not okay the next. Okay one day, not okay the next day. Okay one month, not okay the next. Learn to go with the flow of what your heart and mind are feeling.

4. It’s okay to cry. Do it often. But it’s okay to…

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  1. I can’t get past number 1. I wound up in the ER but I managed to fly the cookoo nest before it was deamed necessary. I lost my brother in August 2013, my best friend October 3, 2013 and my mother October 6, 2013. How do you manage life with so many pieces of your soul missing? I am so empty, suffer from anxiety, each day is unpredictable, when I have a bad day such as yesterday I’m jaded with people and I feel invisible… I love God, I pray constantly I don’t understand how he thought I could handle all this at once, nor the meaning of it all. I just want to live life and not be dead inside, if so why am I here? I should of been the one not my dear friend who left to early in life , nothing makes sense and the pain most unbearable.


    1. I’m really sorry that you have had so much loss this past year. And thank you for sharing with us. I’m certain that many of the readers that come to my site are disciples of Jesus. I know they will pray for you. And perhaps some will share insights that they have experienced as a result of similar loss. I’m trusting that in the new year, 2014, the Lord will comfort and encourage you. Then though you may not have every answer, the questions themselves may change. Bless you Patricia.


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