When Grief is Raw

We cannot get through this life without experiencing loss and grief; it is part of the human experience and is a process that is far from linear. My blog post today is a link to a Globe and Mail article that my best friend, Kim, wrote after her husband Morgan died suddenly of a heart attack at the age of 35; that was eleven years ago today. At the time, it left her with a 2 and 1/2 year old son, a 6 month old daughter and a grief that was raw and unyielding.  She wrote the article four years into her journey and in its story, you will find the heaviness of her experience and the sorrow that followed her days; but you will also discover resilience and hope, courage and strength. I am so proud of her 🙂


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