Anxiety is part of my journey as a grieving mum. It is new an unfamiliar, just like learning to live with the death of my child. Today I went to a kids indoor climbing place with a playground on the side. Luke took us there with our 3 1/2 year old Mackenzie, to get out … Continue reading Processing Anxiety as a Grieving Mum
Coping with the grief of losing a child.I was honoured by a request to share my experience with Christina and her community at www.thisisreallifemama.com Christina is a licensed therapist Christina is a mental health professional, she also works from home to care for her children. She is a licensed therapist in California and still completes … Continue reading A Day at a Time; Coping with Grief
I cannot comprehend (at this moment) living with a pain that won't ever go away. That has it's own currents like an ocean.
In my case at least there is so much more going on sub-consciously than you realise.
I wander around getting ready, but also 'now what SHOULD I be doing right now?' Well as my lovely support network tells me, there are NO rules. I get to choose what I'm up for or not.
Not long ago, weeks after the funeral a non-descriptive letter arrived in the mail. I got it out of the mail box and Luke gave me a sideways look, he had been trying to check the mail first, ever since they had told us we would receive the death certificate in the mail. I probably … Continue reading The letter in the mail