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Linda How

Wonderful insights, Molly. I have done some reading about grief, and one "sign that you're doing better" is that you can reach out to others in their grief and feel good about that special kind of giving. You are doing this by writing articles like this. God bless.

The only thing I would add is, give space to others to grieve in their own way. Everyone grieves differently, and each loss is different. (By the way, that "fog" lasts for different periods of time for different ones who die. When I lost my husband, I think the fog lasted at least two years.)

May God continue to bless you in your healing.


Thank you Linda for taking the time to comment, I love your additions and thank you for recommending. Great point. I wish you much grace and self care during your continued healing process - Molly

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