Pillars Of Grief

It's never too late to say goodbye to your loved ones

May 03, 2023 Jock Brocas Season 1 Episode 4
Pillars Of Grief
It's never too late to say goodbye to your loved ones
Show Notes

In this episode of "Pillars of Grief with Jock Brocas," we explore the concept of saying goodbye and how it's never too late to do so. Whether you have lost a loved one recently or years ago, it's important to find closure and make peace with the loss. Jock shares tips on how to speak out loud to your loved one, connect with nature, and share stories of their loved ones to help find comfort and healing.

Show Notes:

  • Speaking Out Loud: Sometimes we may feel that we missed the chance to say goodbye to our loved one, but it's never too late. Find a quiet space and speak out loud to your loved one, expressing your feelings, regrets, and love. This can be a cathartic experience and help bring a sense of closure.
  • Connecting with Nature: Spending time in nature can be a healing experience. Find a quiet spot where you can be alone and feel connected to the environment around you. Take deep breaths, listen to the sounds of nature, and reflect on your memories of your loved one.
  • Sharing Stories: Sharing stories of your loved one with others can be a way to keep their memory alive and find comfort in the memories. Connect with others who knew your loved one and share your favorite memories, stories, and moments. This can help bring a sense of connection and community during the grieving process.
  • Connecting in your Mind: If you can't find a quiet space or feel uncomfortable speaking out loud, try connecting in your mind. Close your eyes and imagine a peaceful place where you can connect with your loved one. Visualize a conversation with them and express your feelings and love.

In conclusion, saying goodbye is an important part of the grieving process, and it's never too late to do so. Whether it's speaking out loud, connecting with nature, sharing stories, or connecting in your mind, find what works best for you and honor the memory of your loved one.

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