Sunday, October 30, 2005

Grieving the loss of a friendship

Well in fact it would be better if it was a real death, then I would know what happened and what the future will hold.
The loss of this particular friendship is like a death to me,a part of me died with the end of this time, but there are so many unanswered questions and things just don't make any sense to me at least and to so many others. It was too sudden and too out of the blue. I didn't see it coming and it was a definitely shock to my system, a system I so tenderly worked on and thought I was on my way to be the best I can be. This is definitely a setback. A huge setback to me and all I worked on and accomplished. But I will survive and learn from it.And....
nobody will ever take away the memories we made and shared. They will hold a very special place in my heart and mind forever, and even in theirs, I am sure of that. Bussi.

Stages of Grief:

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Living from our heart often requires change; change in values, perspectives and attitudes; change in associations and sometimes professions. It can demand a great deal of patience, trust and faith. Often we find that friends and family members are not too accepting of our heart felt ways. At times friendships fade or change due to our changes. "We can be thankful for the raft that supports our journey and still realize that though we benefit, not everyone will take the same raft"