Grief Is Like The Ocean. It comes on waves ebbing and flowing. It comes in waves, ebbing and flowing.
I was on the outside looking in. Sometimes the water is calm, and sometimes it is overwhelming. Their emotions are out of control and life feels very disorienting.
As Long As Loving Hearts Are Living Love Remains And Grief Is An Ocean, An Ocean Of Love.
Sometimes the water is calm, and sometimes it is overwhelming. Grief is like an ocean how many times have we admired a body of water ranging to in shades of turquoise from light to dark? Sometimes the water is calm, and sometimes it’s overwhelming.
Like You Were Suddenly Plucked Off Of Land — Out Of Your Normal, Everyday Life — And Dropped Head First Into The Deep Blue Sea.
Most of the time i remember him, i feel happy, hopeful, and just appreciate being able to reflect on so many loving memories. And then there are days when the waters are tranquil, and we can float on. Sadness, “waves” of grief, and.
Grief, I’ve Learned, Is Like The Ocean.
We struggle to the surface and gasp for air. We may heal and move on, yet grief can still hold a space. Sometimes it’s warm and soothing water brings us rest and calm…even comfort.
My (19F) Dad (44M) Passed A Little Over Two Years Ago.
We walk the shores of it. Grief is like the ocean. A heartfelt guide for grief, healing, and hope combines her personal story of devastating loss with practical insights and simple suggestions for healing.
Debbie Augenthaler, Lmhc, Ncc, Is An Author And Psychotherapist In Private Practice In New York City, Where She Specializes In Trauma, Grief And Loss.
There’s a story floating around that i have found very comforting… the metaphor of grief to an ocean wave. It comes on waves ebbing and flowing. A short, temporary upsurge of grief.