Floating through grief
Sometimes it’s enough to slow down and breathe through it, other times it requires more work, perhaps a therapy session, a time to journal, or a run through the park. Others, it just requires a moment of solitary silence, of reverence for what was. Whatever it is, I now know that to fluidly float with grief is, against all intuition, the sanest and safest way to go.
— Floating Through Grief, Paola Bailey, Psy.D.
My partner Paola bravely shares how she's learned to handle the grief of losing her mother two and a half decades ago.