How to flourish after loss (2)
When your child dies, it's as if they disappeared into thin air. It sure takes a lot of effort to feel them because we are such physical beings and what we can't touch or see, we sometimes don't believe. Try to include them in your daily life. I think it is very important to mention the loved ones name daily. As a family we say Ollies name every time we pray, we talk about him often and we tell our children stories about him. Our other children know their older brother. Poppy even prays that Ollie will visit her!
1-Saying your loved ones name will help to bring them closer
2-Help them seem like a part of the family, because they still are.
3-By saying their name it allows their spirit to engulf your body and be a part of you
4-and also it will help their memory stay alive in your life!
I believe when someone dies, they are truly more alive than ever before, no pain, no sorrow and no heartache. We will all one day die and continue on our journey into eternity and beyond!
Ollie Kai Hebb, you are alive, you are thriving and you are present in our daily life! We love you. ❤️💛💚💙💜