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10 Ways to Keep a Loved One's Memory Alive

Having lost 4 family members in just over 3 years, my world was turned upside down. I felt an ache in my heart and in my arms. I knew they were still in my heart but I needed something I could physically hold or actually see to comfort me. Although nothing brought them back or took away the pain, having some tangible reminders of them eased the pain.

 

Love Never Goes Away

Hey You, it’s me in Heaven
And I’m here to say Hello
I didn’t get to say goodbye
Before I had to go
I want to let you know that...
I am here, just at your side
Just look to your left shoulder

I'm Not Fine

People are us how we're doing. How are we supposed to answer that one? "I'm fine," is a typical response, even though that might be the opposite of how we feel. 

 

Missing You is Exhausting

Grief is exhausting. Missing someone can be incredibly draining. Everything seems like a solo climb of Mount Everest. 


I Feel Like a Shadow

 

When we get hit by loss, our entire being feels the shock. We can feel like we're somehow disappearing, like shadows in the night.  

I'm Not the Same Anymore

Some losses change everything. We're not the same people we used to be. How could we be?


From the Grieving Heart:

DEATH BRAIN: WHY I FORGET SO MUCH

       

My Guilt List Has No End

Guilt is not our friend, yet he comes visiting often. At times, it seems there is no end to the things we wonder about and can feel guilty for. 


I Can't Get Enough Air

Anxiety can be a terrible thing. It can hijack a life. In grief, our anxiety baseline naturally rises. Panic attacks can come out of the blue.


Where Did Everyone Go?

When loss hits, our world changes. This includes our relationships. No one seems to understand. People disappear. We wonder, "Where did everyone go?"

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