Last week’s headlines were full of heartache: first the attack in Orlando and then the tragic tale of toddler and alligator.
So many parents and others bearing so much grief.
As is the way of things, this week the mentions will be fewer.
And in a month or so, as the nation turns its collective attention to campaign coverage, these stories will move further and further to the background.
Most mentions will be in the context of larger “issues”-individuals largely forgotten. .
But each person lost represents others who will mourn them for the rest of their lives.
Hearts of parents grieving their child will ALWAYS require special care:
Please, please, please don’t look for the moment or day or year when I will be “back to my old self”. My old self was buried with my son. I am still “me”–but a different me than I would have chosen.
Read the rest here: Loving the Grieving Heart