People usually for one reason or another have a hard time moving on after the death of a loved one. Here are 5 reason why I believe mourners should move forward, and not backwards. This list is from personal experience. I've lost my husband over a year ago, and I'm finally ready to move on.
The one chapter of your life, that included your husband or wife has ended for quite some time. The loved that was shared between you will never be forgotten, but more love is out there waiting for the right person. Is it you?
Time is a precious thing, and should never be taken for granted. Time has been said to heal all wounds. Healing does take time, and the right person to help you through your grieving period. The time I'm speaking of is after you have done most of your stages of grief with your loved ones, and friend. Then when someone wants to get to know you, tell them how your heart is aching. If the person that wants to date you starts having an interest in you, then tell him or her how you feel, and see if he or she is willing to help you.
There's the wrong season, and then there's the right season, for people that have lost their spouses. The wrong season is all about going too fast, due to lonliness, and desperation. Remember that when the season is right, you'll feel it from the start.
The loved ones that have died would want you to move forward, and not stay in world of despair, and grief. Think about them for a moment, and ask yourself what they would tell you if they could talk to you face to face. They would tell you to be happy, and that they'd want someone good to take care of you.
People that have lost a spouse, sometimes think they are secretly cheating on their late husbands or wives. Guilt is a heavy burden to put on yourself, when death, and shock takes root in your home.
Now, if you've lost a spouse, and don't understand about the letting go process, then, read this article a few more times.
Yes, life goes on and we should not stall, good points.
Some people seem to stall, but life should go on.
What a great way to move forward. All positive steps. Thanks for sharing.
Another h5 for your great list. Blessings, dear friend.
Very useful list Jenny that will help a lot of people move on. Blessings to you!
Hi Jenny: I know with great effort you put these words on the page to help other people. I hope it helped you as well as it will other people. HI5
Excellent list Jenny. I'm so proud of you.
Your heartfelt words can help others. I am with my friend of 56 years who just hsd her husband go to Heaven.
Great list my friend...I disagree with the idea that time heals all wounds...only healing really heals. I think we can move through the hurt sometimes and I think we have to sometimes too! Abundant Blessings and a big H5 :)
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