Grief affects nearly every person, if not all. Grief is that feeling of loss after losing someone or something close to you. The greatest grief a person can experience is that of a ....? You fill in the blank, because to be honest, the blank is different for each of us. It depends on the loss we've experienced thus far in our life. I have friends who would say their parents. A child might say their grandparent or beloved family pet. Regardless of your loss, grief is involved and necessary. This is one of the greatest lessons Angie and her team hope people will understand as they increase awareness of grief.
Angie Cartwright has a couple different pages on Facebook, you should check them out:
National Grief Awareness
National Grief Awareness - Texas
And of course you can visit the website here -
If you like to follow blogs with a purpose, check out Angie's blog here:
On Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheGTU
This year's campaign invites those grieving to submit a video. The deadline was August first ,click here to view some of the videos submitted to share with you. May you be encouraged by their honest and loving grief, it's okay to grieve. In fact, it's healthy.
Earlier in the week I said you would be able to view the cover to my next book. I apologize if you expected to see this today but I've decided to wait. While I believe the cover is complete, the title is still a work in process so until I confirm this is the title God will have for this next book, I'm going to wait.
If you think of it, will you pray for me as I write this next book. My hope is to share the another part of the journey, when a loved one is missing. While I have direction, notes, a skeletal outline, and ideas to move forward, I don't want to rush it. When it's time, I'll reveal the cover and title. Until then, I'll keep writing, blogging, and speaking to share hope and encouragement with those God places in my life.
I hope you'll visit the National Grief Awareness Day pages
Lisa M Buske
P.O. Box 323