Let these grief quotes remind you that we all go through it but that
we all handle the loss in our own way and in our own time. May these words
bring you comfort and understanding. Grief gives us feelings of sadness, heartbreak, and remorse to name only
No one is immune to grief. There are those amongst us today
who have grieved deeply in the past, and there are those
who are grieving deeply now and sadly. All of us will grieve
at some time in the future.
However, what if we knew that death brings the possibility for acquiring a
true life. You probably would not grief, but will joyfully
and cheerfully say goodbye to those who gained something more
than just life on Earth.
Sunday Adelaja, How To Overcome The Fear Of Death
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Grief and loss happen to everyone. We've all felt misunderstood during
times of great pain. We've also stood by, helpless, in the face of
other people's pain. We’ve all fumbled for words, knowing no words
can ever make things right.
Megan Devine, It's OK That You're Not OK: Meeting Grief and Loss in a Culture That Doesn't Understand
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A mother feels her children's pain and understands their grief in a way
that no one else in the world is able.
Familius, The Quotable Mom: Appreciation from the Greatest Minds in History
Recognize that grief looks different at different ages. A very young child
will not understand the permanency permanency of death and will expect
Grandpa to be alive again in a day or two.
Victoria Ryan, When Your Grandparent Dies: A Child's Guide to Good Grief
What I know about the unique grief of grandparents is this:
You grieve doubly. You grieve for the loss of your grandchild,
and you grieve for your child whose child has died.
Alan D. Wolfelt, Healing a Grandparent's Grieving Heart: 100 Practical Ideas After Your Grandchild Dies
Grief manifests in the realm of the soul, and although you may not be aware
of it, you already have established mindsets regarding loss and grief.
Devra Davis, Through Grief and Beyond: What we don't get told
Those who are dying and those who care about them often have valuable gifts to offer one another. When someone you
love is dying you may not see gifts, but only grief, pain, and loss. However, a dying person offers enlightening
information and comfort, and in return those close at hand can help bring that person peace and recognition
of life’s meaning.
Maggie Callanan; Patricia Kelley, Final Gifts: Understanding the Special Awareness, Needs, and Co
So don't lose heart if you grieve. Every healthy human being grieves
in their own way and at their own time.
Michael Dunsmore, Grief: Overcome The Loss of A Friend or Family Member - Death, Bereavement, Family Loss & Depression
There is no cure for grief which time does not lessen and soften.
He that conceals his grief finds no remedy for it.
The world is not full of grief and despair as we view on TV most of the time.
There is good in this world that supercedes evil.
Byron Pulsifer, Each Life Is A Journey
Grief is not a condition to be cured but a natural part of life.
Spirit does not know loss; it knows that every story begins
and every story ends, yet love is eternal.
Louise L. Hay and David Kessler, You Can Heal Your Heart: Finding Peace After a Breakup, Divorce, or Death
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Ask anyone who has lost someone close to them how their life
changed after they lost their loved one, and they will tell you that
the before and after their grief was so drastically different that
they truly felt that they grew from the experience.
Valerie Orr, Picking Up the Pieces: Learning to Live Through Grief After the Loss of a Loved One
Our friend is hurting, in pain, and traveling along the road of despair
and grief. But old friend, never feel that we will not gladly walk
with you through these difficult times.
Byron Pulsifer, Reflection Of Life
While grief is fresh, every attempt to divert only irriates.
You must wait till it be digested, and then amusement will
dissapte the remains of it.
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One of the most important things we can do for people
who are grieving is to give them a safe place in which to
experience and express their pain
One joy scatters a hundred griefs.
Scientific studies say, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross being the proponent,
that there are five stages of grief, namely: Denial, Anger, Bargaining,
Depression, and Acceptance.
Marita Kinney, Grief: Healing From Grief and Loss:
Discover Your New Life Beyond Death of A Loved One and Overcoming Loneliness
There is no feeling, except the extremes of fear and grief,
that does not find relief in music.
Most people move though grief at their own unique pace
and many eventually find a peaceful acceptance.
This does not mean that this terrible loss is "OK", but rather
that one is no longer battling reality and has come to a place
of acceptance of what is.
Grief - Happiness is to feel that one's soul is good; there is no other,
in truth, and this kind of happiness may exist even in sorrow,
so that there are griefs perfable to every joy, and such as
would be preferred by all those who have felt them.
You must allow yourself to grieve your loss. What does that mean?
To us, it means allowing yourself to feel those emotions,
no matter how intense they may be
Grief is the agony of an instant; the indulgence of grief the blunder of a life.
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Every one can master a grief but he that has it.
Grief is normal and natural, but we have been ill prepared to
deal with it. Grief is about a broken heart,
not a broken brain. All efforts to heal the heart with the
head fail because the head is the wrong tool for the job.
John W. James, The Grief Recovery Handbook 20th Anniversary Expanded Edition
The angels are always near to those who are grieving,
to whisper to them that their loved ones are safe in the hand of God.
Grief that is dismissed, suppressed, or silenced harms individuals,
families, and communities.
Dr. Jeffrey B. Rubin
As much as it hurts, suppressing how you feel is like putting a lid on
a pressure cooker and turning off the steam valve, eventually it will blow.
By expressing your emotions, you start the healing process
Grief will happen in five stages. It all begins with denial; closely
followed by anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance.
However, each human being has a different way of processing
death into their minds, hearts, and souls.
Dorothea Jackson, Relationship: How to Deal with Negative Emotions - Separation, Divorce & Death
When it comes to grieving many times, people cut their grieving
time short because they believe that it is time to "move on." The truth is,
however, that there is no set time for grieving, and you should allow
yourself all the time you need to grieve your loss.
Bernice Gibson, Parents with Alzheimer’s: Best Practices in Caring for a Loved One
Grief is a completely natural response to loss. It is the enduring emotions
one feels when something or somebody that was loved is taken away.
A C Aseh, Grief and Bereavement: Dealing With Life After You Lost a Loved One
One blessing in times of grief and loss is that we can often help another person by sharing our experiences.
Betsy Duffey; Laurie Myers, The Lord is Their Shepherd: Praying Psalm 23 for Your Children
Through grief, we can experience an alchemical transformation
that cannot be contrived, hastened, or imparted by others.
Joanne Cacciatore, Bearing the Unbearable: Love, Loss, and the Heartbreaking Path of Grief
There will always be a time for hurts to heal and sadnesses to pass,
for we are as the seasons with our autumns, winters, springs and summers too.
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Why does someone else's grief make us so uneasy?
We feel helpless in the face of profound loss. Death is as final as you get.
Florence Isaacs, My Deepest Sympathies...: Meaningful Sentiments for Condolence Notes and Conversations, Plus a Guide to Eulogies
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In between moments of shock and unreality,
grievers often experience extreme waves of emotion
and even physical pain as they adapt to the loss.
Courtney Armstrong, Transforming Traumatic Grief: Six Steps to Move from Grief to Peace after the Sudden or Violent Death of a Loved One
We believe true sympathy hugs its arms around the griever,
consistently letting them know that they remain in your thoughts
long after the flowers have faded.
Michelle Pommells, The Etiquette of Sympathy: How to Encourage Hurting Loved Ones and Friends
The road through grief is a rocky one. Traveling along it requires
courage, patience, wisdom, and hope.
Unfortunately, grief does not have a set schedule. There are no deadlines
for the resolution of loss. Instead, the grieving process
consists of three broad and overlapping phases:
Retreating, Working Through, and Resolving
Carol Staudacher, A Time to Grieve: Meditations for Healing After the Death of a Loved One
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Support helps people through the process of grief.
Lois F. Akner L.C.S.W., How to Survive the Loss of a Parent: A Guide for Adults
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While the journey will be different for each of us, it's important to
understand grief is a passage to be actively navigated.
Grief is not a lifetime sentence; it's a hard road to be traveled.
It's not something to suffer; it's something to move through.
Sarah M. Nannen, Grief Unveiled: A Widow's Guide to Navigating Your Journey in Life After Loss
When we love deeply, we mourn deeply; extraordinary grief
is an expression of extraordinary love. Grief and love mirror
each other; one is not possible without the other.
Joanne Cacciatore, Bearing the Unbearable: Love, Loss, and the Heartbreaking Path of Grief
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The heart of the Father grieves over His people who have not loved
what He loves. They do not love Him nor what He loves because
they do not know Him.
Derek Townsend, For The Love Of Truth: Possessing Your Eternal Life
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