My hope is that my experiences, when added to the lessons you've already learned through your own experiences with grief, can lead to greater shared wisdom about how we collectively can work through these troubling times.
With apologies to the Great Philosopher Charlie Brown, I'd like to share these lessons of “Good Grief” in the same bullet point fashion they occurred to me.
The year 2020 was the worst year in living memory for many of us, and I recognize my family is not the only one who experienced suffering and grief.
Lessons for Survivors in Their Grief: Grieve YOUR WAY, not the way others might expect.
Some people going through grief want pictures of their loved ones around as reminders, while others find them painful.