One thought on “Art therapy: A Grieving Process “and death will be no more”

  • March 13, 2015 at 4:22 pm

    Hello MHH,
    Thank you for this post. What an honest rreflection of death drawn by your 9 yr old. I recently lost my husband of 20 yrs to lung cancer. JOEY was only 41. We have an incredible son, 15, who I am left to raise alone ( no other family, as I am an orphan since age 7. It comforted me and reminded me to turn to scripture for comfort. You comforted my heart today. So you like Adam are important because you both give reason to SMILE to someone who otherwise might NOT (cyberrly). I am diagnosed: bipolar,anxiety/panic disorder,BPD,a cutter,PTSD,HSP,and most recently agoraphobia. JOEY was my rock (tears are welling) and only support with my mental health issues. And now I add GRIEF to my every day struggle. I wear its armour EVERY DAY and today you make it not SO HEAVY. I miss JOEY and know he will hear God’s voice and “wake up” one day when DEATH WILL BE NO MORE. God bless you.

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