Time doesn't necessarily heal all wounds
As I think about how people plan to prioritize their time for the new year in the form of resolutions, I'm reminded by a listener that we can not do with time is heal our wounds caused by grief.
Healing from physical pain involves getting scabs that protect our wounds until the healing process is complete. Unfortunately when grieving, those scabs are reopened by our grief triggers, or things that people say or do... so the healing process is never really complete.
I also now question whether the amount of time we spent with our loved one affects the way we grieve. Let me know what you think.
Have a Happy New Year
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