There is no right and wrong way to grieve, grieving is such a personal thing, only you yourself can know if you are grieving correctly for you at that time in your life.
But that doesn’t mean it is easy.
Especially when there are three of you all grieving for the same thing in one house and all grieving in different ways.
Baba grieves quickly, I envy him. We have five minutes sadness and 12 hours of play. There is nothing long-lasting with him in anything his concentration is a couple of minutes and that is moved to his grieving as well.
Mr L grieves quietly, oh so quietly it actually scares me how quiet he can be about Rhianna, he is usually so loud. Nothing is said about her, nothing is mentioned, he acknowledges what is said but he never voices an opinion, thoughts or feelings at all.
I grieve loudly, I want the world to know that I am grieving my daughter. I want to talk to anyone that will listen and to a few that probably don’t or wont listen, but I still talk anyway. I can’t help it I want to talk non stop about her.
Usually we are fine and we bumble along together doing our own thing and supporting each other when and however we need it. Continue reading »