Hello again everyone,
Well the three day weekend is over and it’s back to work. I trust that everyone had a good weekend? and for those who may not have had a good day, got some bad news, feel like their world has just come to abrupt halt and you don’t know if you are coming or going? I can relate. I have had some of those days, weeks, months and yes, even years.
We all grieve differently and to give some context here is a small excerpt from my book.
Loss, Calamity, and Grief
This is a big one for everyone. In my case it started on October 19, 1992 when my brother was killed on the job in a truck accident. That was a serious blow to my mom and dad and we pondered the ever-big question of WHY? Why did this have to happen? Why now?
My mother was hit the hardest as Tim was her first born, first grandson on her side of the family and yes, he was her favorite.
Tim left behind three sons: a three-month-old baby boy, a ten-year old and an eight-year old.
I write about Tim, my brother and only sibling. Losing him was one of the largest impacts on my life. One of the reasons I wrote this book was to let other people know that when the unexpected happens they are not alone. You are not alone.