What do you think of this song?
This song is beautiful in my opinion.. when I'm missing a loved one who has gone ahead into eternity.. I play this song over and over again. I hope you can als...o find peace when those memories rise up to the top. Thanks for giving the page a "like" "Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted"... I believe this song will impact you as it has me and your heart will be made glad. God Speed! ~Sarge
Artist: Dani and Lizzy
Album: Work of Heart
This song: Dancing in the Sky
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How has grief made you socially awkward?
5 Ways Grief has Made Me Socially Awkward:
"When someone we love dies, grief takes over. And grief steals so much from us. It takes our loved ones, our laughter..., our happiness, our peace of mind, and more. I expected those things from grief. But what I didn’t expect was for grief to take my social life, too."
There is no right or wrong in grief; we need to accept whatever form it takes, both in ourselves and in others.
Sounds like an interesting project.
My husband, Peyton, died of cancer 5 years ago. He prepared for his death in every way possible from having total maintenance done on every item in our home to ...writing a book for me called “After Peyton” with lists of who to call for every eventuality and the appropriate sequence. His preparation made the difference in my survival.
I learned through my experience that our society is sadly ignorant of death. We hide from it. We ignore it. We fear it and we fear those who are touched by it. Every instance is termed a shock, yet it is the one constant in our lives after birth. I want to help change that. I started a Facebook page on the second anniversary of Peyton’s death titled “Until Death Do We Part”. https://www.facebook.com/untildeathdowe
My goal is to change public knowledge, attitudes and behavior towards dying, death and bereavement through open communications and shared experience. I plan for this to be a repository for the type of information I needed and could not find in days leading up to my husband’s death and the months that followed.
Peyton’s final gift to me was the gift of preparation, both physically and emotionally. It is in thanks to him that I share this gift with others
Do funerals help grief?
Have you considered not having a funeral or possibly not attending one? This article may persuade you otherwise. Funerals are a crucial tool in processing our g...rief. Read more by clicking through...