26 thoughts on “2 years and counting

  1. So true, and sometimes you just can’t heal. I call that time after the pain, “Afterlife.” I hate it when people say, “get over it” or “Just put it to rest.” And then start wailing to me about their problems. Ugh.

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  2. 14 mths for me and I feel it more now…the loneliness. The gap. The awful realisation that this is reality. But do you know what? I found myself again and a whole lot more which I’m grateful for. I’m sad, yed. But I choose not to dwell in that space. If you ever need a friendly ear, I’d love to hear from you. Much love and healing to you. Kirsty x

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  3. When people say that it’s time to move on, they usually just want the best for you. They want you to be happy. Because grief doesn’t bring happiness and happiness is something you can only achieve yourself. Happiness depends on your thoughts, not your conditions, and that is something I had to learn myself as well. I am not saying they are right to tell you how and when to move on: I am just saying that they usually want the best for you. xoxo


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  4. Keep swimming, my friend. I found myself countless times in a similar situation but it has made me stronger and strangely, my relationship with my man stronger. You’ll make it. All good. 😀

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