. . . comes in more than one form. so why is it that people so easily embrace those grieving the tangible loss of death, while a myriad of other reasons for grief go unaddressed? Is it because people don’t know what to say, or because it’s really not “okay” to grieve the intangible?
It’s a risk to say this when I’ve experienced so little of it myself . . . but I still think that there are harder things than death in this world.
ask me in a few months, and we’ll see if I still feel the same way . . . but somehow, I suspect I will.