I was thinking yesterday about why I had stopped journaling on a daily basis. I’m not really sure, except that maybe it was a way for me to move forward in my journey. Your days get easier, only when you don’t eat, drink and breathe your memories. I found I would look away from pictures or reminders in order to have a moment without feeling pain.
I have been working on a book about my experience with grief. At first I wanted to publish it in a traditional way. Now I have turned to another idea – I know God wants me to do something incredible. Maybe it’s creating my book so I can give it to those who will join me in this journey of grief.
I remember in the early days grasping onto any type of help, whether it be a book or tv show, etc. There were a few books that helped me so much. I know my blog helped so many as well. I just feel I need to do more.
2 thoughts on “Journaling about grief.”
My journaling has transitioned to writings to God with memories and reflection thoughts sprinkled in.
I would agree. If it were not for the grace of God, I would not be where I am today. My blog is a true reflection of that. Thanks for commenting.