Norman H., Peters,, 83
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#1 Jul 10, 2011
So sorry for your loss. There is an expectation that when the eulogies are said and the funeral is over' the grief goes away. The truth is the death of a loved one changes our lives forever. and we will never" be over it"
Yes, we will not have the intensity of the pain and sorrow we had in the beginning of our grief. We will go on with life and find a new normalfor us,but life will never be as it was before the death, and we will never be fully "healed." Grief is like being lost. Time does not heal all wounds,but time softens the intensity of the grief. Life will be different as you learn to cope, but still have meaning. Someday it won't hurt as much as it does now.
In love and prayers Cathy Seaver
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