Life Beyond Loss
Picking Up The Pieces & Facing The Emotions of Grief
The time immediately following the death of a loved one and extending over a period of several weeks or even months has proven to be one of the most difficult to cope with in one’s lifetime. It is then we begin an unfamilar trip with no map, no itinerary, and no one to call to find the best and shortest route. There will probably be plenty of detours and delays and we will wander aimlessly on this road. As soon as we start, we begin to feel lost.
At times, the world looks different and frightening. We look for answers and we are confronted with nothingness. We try to turn to look forward but the future seems empty. Time has stopped and we question if we will ever be able to move again.
Please be reassured that you need not travel. Your recovery journey alone, becauseshared experience can reveal insigth that God alone can provide- through Grace. Since grief can have unexpected lows please feel free to call Deacon Bill at anytime.