I have been staying away from anything that has to do with bereavment and I have been moving on with my life and after over 3 years it's about time. I am ready to move on but I do not want to forget the newly bereaved and their pain and loss and what they are going through. There is a day that comes when life gets back to normal though I can say where you wake up and you are not in pain anymore and life is more normal again. You make new friends and start new projects in your life and the future comes and the past goes to rest finally. Sometimes we keep digging at old wounds and wonder why we are in so much pain , but time has helped me. I will go back to group for the new people though and not forget to tell them it gets better and give them hope. Love you all. Judy Horne.
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