Thursday, December 19, 2013

Coping with Grief at Christmas

Here is a good article about grief in general with 12 timely tips to help you through these next days.
Coping with Grief at Christmas

A shout out ~thank you~ to Cathy for mentioning this to me.



  1. These were great tips.

    I've been doing pretty good, but earlier today I took a walk around my main garden, sat down on a bench to enjoy the morning's beauty, and the tears just came. It's just a little over a year, 9 Dec. and tomorrow would be my dear husband's 66th birthday. I always enjoyed fixing him a special dinner. I sure do miss him, my love for him continues to grow, and I'm thankful he's with Jesus.

    Love and hugs to you Ferree and have a lovely Christmas ~ FlowerLady

  2. Dear Flower Lady, It's sad but sweet to water your garden with tears. And with such a special day tomorrow it's entirely understandable and normal. I always think it'd be even sadder if we had no reason to cry. God bless you, and may He draw you close, like a mother bird with the little ones under her wing this week and next. Love and hugs to you too, and have a wonderful and special Christmas.


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