The death of a loved one may often leave us struggling, not always because they’ve passed, but because of the problems they leave behind on their passing that have affected us.
When it comes to losing a loved one, there may be many people left with countless unresolved issues, which can leave them angry, but not confused. Where both parents may be well intentioned in their own ways, they may not feel they need to grieve. They may be comfortable with things.
We cannot always change the things that happen. We cannot also change where we were with that person when he or she passed, we can only change where we go from here. It’s pointless holding on to animosity, because we didn’t get the life we should have had or needed. It stops us from moving on with our lives and bonding with our own children.
For anyone going through the process, it can take a number of years for them to adjust. Death is part of the living process. It isn’t commonly spoken about, but death is not final. As we come from spirit before our physical lives, we will go back to spirit.
Where our loved ones have passed, it is part of a process where they will continue to live in spirit, in another form. They are always around us. For many people letting go it becomes the biggest challenge and it’s that which is part of the grieving process.