We live in a culture that avoids emotional discomfort. In fact, our society makes it easy to look for distractions and diversions from all things painful. If we can drink, eat, shop, play or Facebook grief away, we will.
Living with loss has no closure on pain but, thankfully, it also has no closure on love. Transcending loss is the process of learning to live with love and loss side by side in a way that brings greater meaning and purpose into our lives.
Develop a practice of reflecting on the following three points and you will find that pain and love will become easier lifelong companions.
Read more: Ashley Davis Bush, LCSW: Grief Has No Closure (Fortunately) http://huff.to/JZ3SN0
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