Monday, July 06, 2015

Grief, mourning, and bereavement


When a person loses someone important to them, they go through a normal process called grieving. Grieving is natural and expected. Over time, it can help the person accept and understand their loss.
Bereavement is what a person goes through when someone close to them dies. It’s the state of having suffered a loss. The person who has lost someone is said to be bereaved.
Mourning is the outward expression of loss and grief. Mourning includes rituals and other actions that are specific to each person’s culture, personality, and religion. Bereavement and mourning are both part of the grieving process.
Grieving involves many different emotions, actions, and expressions, all of which help the person come to terms with the loss of a loved one. But keep in mind, grief doesn’t look the same for everyone. And, every loss is different.
Courtesy: cancer.org

Friday, May 08, 2015

Could there be anything perfect baby?


There you are.. right where you belong
And Iam all snugged up in your soul
Could there be anything perfect baby?
The crazy seas finally found the shores :)

I may look like a hard nut to crack but...
You know that am actually all broken
Could there be anything perfect baby?
You got my pieces back together to me

It looks like there isnt any future ahead
Its tough to dream a world together...
Could there be anything perfect baby?
The beautiful present keeps us going


There when I see your eyes I see me
I touch you and I know you wear my skin
Could there be anything perfect baby?
We are the same body, mind n soul