Blog: Riding the Waves of Grief

On grief, resilience, and healing

Grieving in a pandemic: On time, isolation, and what we must do

Always in grieving, time is distorted. Weeks pass by in a fog, but hours drag; it seems like forever since the loss as we start forgetting the contours of our loved one’s face; or else it seems like it was just this morning and we recall all too much of what we’ve been through. Always in grieving, our isolation from our loved one is almost more than we can carry. Then it spreads to isolation from the rest of the world who are not suffering as we are. In normal times, we have our ways to bridge that gap with friends and family, with visits, telephone and texts and emails and these days, Zoom. But while we grieve, we may lack the energy to reach out. We want to be recipients of others’ caring,

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