Even though death is unavoidable, we constantly experience a wide range of emotions when we lose a close friend or family member.
One day, we might make a valiant effort to avert the suffering, fear, and helplessness we experience when a loved one passes away.
On other days, we believe that everything is back to normal, at least until we realize how drastically our lives have altered.
Despite the range of feelings we experience, mourning over a loved one aids in our ability to cope and heal.
The overwhelming, heartbreaking agony is a sign that a profound connection has been broken.
Grieving is indeed unpleasant.
But it’s also essential.
Moving on doesn’t imply forgetting about the deceased loved one.
Regaining enjoyment of life does not indicate that a person is any longer immortal and undefeatable