Grief Is Like An Ocean. I didn’t learn how to swim until i was in double digits due to a fear of drowning. Grief is like an ocean.
“grief is like the ocean: Sometimes the tide grabs hold of you with brutal strength and pulls you under. All we can do is learn to swim.”
Not Only Is It Deep And Dark And Bigger Than All Of Us, But It Seems Like It Goes On Forever.
Grief is like the ocean; Grief is like an ocean wave…. Sometimes the tide grabs hold of you with brutal strength and pulls you under.
It's Deep And Dark And Bigger Than All Of Us.
We struggle to catch a breath before we’re submerged again, then we’re inverted 10 feet down, the pressure excruciating. When the water would come above my chest, my lungs would feel like they were going to collapse and i couldn’t handle it. “grief is like the ocean;
Deep Grief Can Be Like The Deep Ocean.
In the deep ocean of grief. Sometimes the water is calm, and sometimes it is overwhelming. Being grateful for everything in my life….
Sometimes The Force Pulls So Tightly That You Just Want To Give In To It…To Just Let Go And Let It Destroy You.
Missing him so terribly my insides hurt. It comes on waves ebbing and flowing. “grief is like the ocean:
All We Can Do Is Learn To Swim.”.
There comes a point in time where you wake up and the pain isn't quite so hard to bear and the days come and go where not one tear was shed. We don't know where it originated and i don't know who wrote it but the following resonated deeply with me. It comes on waves ebbing and flowing.