Every day just feels like so much work. Trying not to cry and wanting not to hurt. Day after day the same thing. It’s bad enough that you lost the most important person in your life, but now you struggle to breathe and fit into a world that looks completely different.
It’s no wonder we work hard to get better. If I had to list how I worked hard to get better, it was through my questioning, my investigating how long it would take, it was through fighting with God. That was my entire first year.
There is one thing that would be incredibly healing to you and it’s not setting goals of when it will be over. Join me today as I share why I always felt like a grief failure and was convinced that I would never cross the ‘finish line.’
And, most importantly, learn how you can avoid repeating my mistakes to make it easier on yourself.
WORD of the Week Psalm 46:10
Be still and know that I am God.
Song of the Week
Brian Courtney Wilson – Still https://youtu.be/ealrHkVPal0
Learn More –“What to Do After the Loss of a Loved One” Workshop
Schedule Individual Online Grief Coaching
Join The Grief Group for Christian Women on Facebook
Read about Monica’s entire Journey, Dying to Be Healed – Book – Grief2GreatDay
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