Near Death Experiences & ADCs
Re: How to go on.....

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April 15, 2008 at 12:11:10:

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How to go on.....
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April 15, 2008 at 10:40:06:

: It has been nearly 3 years since I lost my husband to cancer. I have had many ADC's, and I know this is probably being ungrateful, but it's never enough. I miss him so much I ache. The disbelief never goes away. I don't know what happened. I think people are getting sick of me. Counseling is no help. Medication makes me sick or just does nothing. I go over it and over it - the last few months - in my mind. I seemed to do "better" right after he passed over. The fog protected me. Now I feel sick all the time, cry - I don't know what to do. I know there is no quick fix for grief, but I'm getting to the point that I find it hard to venture out into the world and function. Can anyone help?

Hello Ann

Thanks for stopping by the home of Reaching For Joy. There is absolutely no way that someone should get over grief, but there should come a point ( slowly ) were you can adjust to grief. Your totally correct about looking through a mist right at first, because thats exactly what its like for many people after they have had someone cross over that they loved. Its when we start looking at everything through the mist that the memories start coming to us. The clue here is the memories to be shared. I just gave a Hospice presentation this last Saturday about Memories, Healing From Within. By sharing beautiful memories about our loved ones it tends to help our soul realize this very special unique gift that our loved ones have left us with. We must go forward to honor their love and lives in the best possible way to pay tribute to them.
Im a volunteer at our local Zoo, so in honor of my mother and father I dedicated a program at the Zoo to them were I take Zoo critters up to visit sick children at the local Childrens Hospital. You can take this grieving energy that surrounds you, and by sharing and paying tribute to your loved one you can take a huge step in paying tribute to your own soul. Take care, and may your journey be filled with the Peace and Comfort it so rightly deserves.

Reaching For Joy

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