We’re five days into June and I’m still trying to catch up after last week’s laptop melt down. Should we talk about what happens to us when our electronics die on us?
Before that event, I was writing a post about grief and joy. When I’m helping people work through the death of a loved one, they are often surprised when I warn them that there will be times when we will laugh together. In the depths of their pain, they don’t believe it to be possible. But it is, and it does happen.
Just as we have to allow ourselves to feel the pain of loss, so we also have to be willing to feel the lightness of laughter when it comes. Staying sad won’t bring anyone back into your life. But as we take those steps to recovery, smiling, laughing, enjoying life once again are natural outcomes. And…
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