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DANIELLE APRIL 16, 2020

Between You And Me: Answering Your Problems Part 3

Now, more so than ever, we all need a safe space to discuss the issues that are weighing on our minds, as we do our best to comprehend what’s going on in the world.

Our Between You And Me series is back and this month, we’re dealing with a real mixed bag of topics including anxiety surrounding the coronavirus, how to stay motivated when you’re working from home, bereavement, toxic friends and manipulative relationships.

Now, more so than ever, we all need a safe space to discuss the issues that are weighing on our minds, as we do our best to comprehend what’s going on in the world. We hope we can provide exactly that for you guys during these uncertain times.

Let’s get to it!

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Lauleej

For grief. April 19th is the first anniversary of my brothers death. He was perfectly healthy except for that ticking time bomb that was most likely an aneurysm. We still have not received the results of his autopsy.
You’ll be dealing with it from a long time in all honesty forever. That’s what I’ve been told. I think you also change into a different person. The person I was a year ago is no more. Some days seem impossible but every day I get up and think about what my life loving little brother would do. He had so much fun in his 26 years of life. I have to carry that torch for him though I can say I’ve not been doing very well so far. I think the important thing is I try.
I agree with expressing yourself. I am not sure what I believe in when it comes to afterlife but I talk to him most days. Sometimes I tell him I am sad or mad at him but I also tell him I love him. Get those feelings out. I also recommend joining a group whether in person or online. I am not a big talker more of a listener so I joined a Facebook group and I read about others who are also on a journey through grief. It really helps me on bad days.
I hope the stinging pain lessens but for me it’s still too soon. Just remember everybody deals with grief in different ways. Don’t get upset if someone is able to get though more quickly than you. It’s not a linear path.

Paula

This was sooo fun to read!! and the desing to tell it it just amazing. Great work 🙂

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