When you just have to grieve!

Sometimes we are faced with huge losses. When a loved one dies or when a relationship ends or when a business deal doesn’t go through. A loss still remains a loss. The thing lost doesn’t change the fact that it’s a loss.

The grieving process has never been easy. We try to be strong so we can go through the pain. We get too afraid to let the pain out because we are so afraid it might kill us. So we hold on but don’t give in. We try so hard to not feel but it lingers heavily on our hearts and minds.
Grieving paves the way for healing. When you let the pain go through the system, it touches the deepest part of the soul and goes through. Yes it never leaves you the same.
When you grieve, you learn to let go. You learn what true strength is. You learn to fight to be better tomorrow.

I don’t usually advise people to go through the grieving process fast. Healing takes time. You have to deal with it how comes and how it goes. It eventually gets better. And as cliche as this sounds, time actually heals all wounds. It heals the wreckage left when a friendship comes to an end. When a relationship didn’t last as long as you hoped. It gets better with time.

It’s not going to be easy. And everyone deals with loss differently but it gets better. Leave in each emotion even those that feel like your insides are coming out. Leave in each emotion because tomorrow, chances are high you’ll feel another totally different emotion all together.

Life is full of goals and achievements. But the same life is full of failures and losses. Sometimes you’ve tried your best to make it work. With certain things, no matter how hard you try, they just won’t add up. With certain things, maybe you tried to hard. You might need to let go and grieve. Then will come a bunch of stuff, acceptance and then healing.

What I’m saying is, it’s good to grieve. Because grieving brings healing. Don’t try to fight it. Just let it go. Let it out.
I’ve heard it sang before “If it doesn’t break your heart it isn’t love”. Don’t how much truth it holds but I say, when dust settles, you’ll be fine.

Later.

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