Often there are times in our lives where we believe we will never smile again, never be happy or never have the life or things we had before. Although time passes and things change, grief must proceed at its own pace for each of us. And grief is a strange companion because we never know how it will affect us. One moment, we are jovial and we think “Hey this isn’t so bad!” And within the next moment, tears will come unbidden.
There are a lot of things that are not for the weak and grief is one of them. Although TSJ is one outlet for those who grieve, there are many other medical/professional/creative outlets as well. It’s important to seek these out in order to help regain some equilibrium to the lives of those left behind.
Soon I will be offering some links to websites run by folks who offer help with the ebb and flow of loss.
Thank you for returning to TSJ- and if is your first visit, I sincerely hope it will not be your last.
Pamela Tyree Griffin, Editor/Publisher
The Shine Journal - The Light Left Behind
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