Sunday, January 15, 2012

When We Let Go

Letting go doesn’t mean forgetting our child that died!

...When we let go, we accept what has happened. That doesn’t mean we like what has happened but understand this is part of life.

...When we let go, we realize we will always love our child, no matter what they may have done in the past.

...When we let go, we are no longer the person we were before and never will be again.

...When we let go we are able to find some healing and hope in the midst of the worst possible thing that can happen to us.

...When we let go, the pain becomes bearable, although the hole in our heart will always be there.

...When we let go we are able to experience and enjoy a different kind of life.

...When we let go we are letting go of the familiar and trusting the unknown.

...When we let go, we can still integrate our life with our child’s. We can do many things in their honor, we can build memorials, we can help others.

Our child will always be a part of us, no matter where we are or what we are doing. We will find that letting go allows us to move on with our lives.

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