Does a long grief mean I’m not resilient?
Resilience in grief demands that we take the time we need. Think about the deepest kinds of physical wound: a gun shot, a stab wound, an open-heart surgery, or an amputation. Does this kind of injury heal quickly? And yet, the deepest physical wound heals more quickly than the severing of human relationship. In my faith, there is the belief that, when two people marry, they become one flesh (Genesis 2:24). They merge their lives and fuse together. It’s a beautiful concept. So