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Find peace after the lost of a loved one

Updated on December 9, 2015

One of the hardest things in life is losing someone you love with all your heart. Whether it be a family member, a friend, or even a pet. It takes apart of you, and leaves an emptiness that you’re not sure will ever be filled again. You ever just catch yourself sitting there thinking about that person without even trying? You think about the conversations and laughs, you both made together. You think about what you learned and gave one another. You think about the silly arguments or fights you had with that person. You think about how you would give anything just to see, hear, or feel that person just one more time. It certainly is a tough thing to handle. It’s not easy. I could tell you all day that it gets easier. Honestly, I’m not sure that it ever does. However, God wouldn’t put us through anything he wouldn't think we couldn't handle. Therefore, we find peace, and make the best of every situation we encounter in our lives. Yes, we lost someone we Love. But think of the best possible way to take on this situation. I know it sounds easier said than done. Just know that it is doable, and everything is going to be okay. Trust me.

Think about what that person would want for you.

Do you really think the person you Love would want you to be sad? Of course not! Be how they would expect of you. You know exactly what that is. HAPPY!

Don’t think of them as gone.

Just because someone isn't there in physical form does not mean they are not with you. The way I look at is they are in YOU. In some way, time, or form, they were apart of you. Especially, if your related. Their blood is your blood. It runs straight through your veins and into your heart. So carry them on! LIVE for them, all while living for YOU as well.

Talk to others who are going through the same situation.

Sometimes when you lose someone it can feel as if you’re the only person in the world who is hurting. Trust me, you’re not! There are people everywhere who are hurting just like you. However, talking to someone else who is going through the same thing can maybe give you some insight. Maybe, help you realize that hey I’m not the only one. Trust me, it truly helps.

Do something that would make them proud.

You and your loved one ever talk about doing something that meant a lot to the both of you? Maybe, it was something like achieving a certain goal, opening a business, making a change, or even just going somewhere that was special to the both of you. Just because there not with you to do it; does not mean you still shouldn’t try to achieve whatever it is you both wanted. Do it for them, but most importantly do it for the both of you. Trust me, it would have meant a lot to them, and it’s going to mean a lot to you.

Losing someone is a heart-breaking thing. It takes apart of you, you can never get back. However, even through our darkest times in life we are given choices. We can either let those dark times take us or we take over our dark times. There is only one way to go ,and that is forward. So let’s go……


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      3 years ago

      Very nice....meaningfully

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      Elysia Valdivia 

      3 years ago from Loveland, Colorado

      Lovely words. My friends and family who have moved on, visit me in my dreams.

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      Denise W Anderson 

      3 years ago from Bismarck, North Dakota

      It is okay to grieve. We need that time to reconcile the myriad of emotions that we experience when we loose a loved one. There will be moments of sadness when we miss them, but as we gradually see things that we can do, even though they are not with us, we start to move on. Our thoughts are with you!

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      Vanessa Medford 

      3 years ago

      This is beautiful girl. I love you very much.


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