Death is the only certain thing in this life. It’s permanent. Unlike life. Yet the death of a loved person is never easy. It’s a fit of anger, an unbridgeable sadness. The moment when you feel like a part of you is being taken away.
You want to catch it, stop it from fading away; you reach with your hand, but there is nothing there. Just air. Everyone has a different grieving process and how you went through something does not mean it will apply to your friend or relative.
Only the person going through that loss knows how it’s like. So what can you say to someone who’s lost a parent? What can you do? Acknowledge the emotion. When someone is going through the loss of a parent, you cannot dismiss that pain, pretend it’s not there.Read more on curiousmindmagazine.com