Certain sorrows never fade.


“And no matter what anybody says about grief and about time healing all wounds, the truth is, there are certain sorrows that never fade away until the heart stops beating and the last breath is taken.”
— Tiffanie DeBartolo

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  1. How very true this is. It doesn’t matter how long it has been since my daughter passed away. It doesn’t get easier. Until we meet again in heaven. Great post. Thankyou. Your forever friend Tustles Lake KTF Have a Good day.

  2. Time is and will always remain the best healer. In life there are few pains which become our pride possessios and we do not know. It is best to forget and forgive.

  3. There are few sorrows which ,with the age, become our pride possessions and favorite pass time too and paradox is we do not know hence they stay with us till we die or I must say the moment they are taken away we die.

  4. just wrote something awhile ago before i read about your post. just wanna share.

    six years
    and yet still feel the pain
    pain that will be in my heart forever
    …nobody can feel but me
    wound that will only heal
    when i’m six feet under
    and will be reunited with her

    1. Very nice. I also lost my 8wk granddaughter 2yrs ago Christmas morning n it doesn’t seem to get any easier unless I kp let tin the Man Above keep it in control. But I’ll admit I still carry a little anger about the whole thing n maybe that’s why I can’t move forward. Best wishes to gun, love n prayers

  5. I just lost my brother suddenly and the pain I feel is so deep I will never get over it. I will miss him everyday.

    1. Dear Kim, I am so sorry for your loss. I cannot imagine the pain your are feeling. My thoughts and prayers are with with you. Sending you a gentle hug. Brigitte

  6. A few years back, I found out my little sister had cancer. I found out, my best friend had ALS. I watched them both wither away,and die. Shortly after they were gone, I held another dear friend in my arms as he was dying. 9 months later my father died, and my mother followed shortly afterwards. I am drained. It was too much…too many,together. I feel so alone I smile for others, cry still inside.

  7. I agree. From personal experience I have more than one unfogettable sorrow in my life. However, I do everything possible not to revive them. When they are “up” I feel really bad, it is like being imprisoned in one’ s self.

  8. Perhaps these “potentially” live sorrows sometimes would add a”humanitarian” touch to us. They increase our sensitivity to others‘pains. Retieving these sour moments also help washing our “emotional impurities”.

  9. We all have to carry sorrow. At first it weighs heavy and drags us down, then as the years pass it weighs less. Finaly it becomes a part of us and we can rely on it to be a constant companion, and there will be no more loneliness.

  10. Almost 7 years after losing the true love of my life, the pain remains. I agree; grief is a constant companion.?

  11. Lost my son over 4 1/2 years ago. The loss will always bE a part of me. The pain remains in my heart and I tear up often over things I don’t expect. Fortunately, God granted me the strength to make it through and peace beyond understanding. The pain becomes a part of who you are, but allows you to be there for other’s who face similar circumstances. God bless all of you!

  12. It’s been five years now.. I lost my daughter.. even time couldn’t help to ease the pain.. it’s a part of me.. I have learnt to live with the pain

    1. Dear Upinder, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your daughter. I want to send you a gentle hug. God bless your heart. Brigitte

  13. Thank you for that post my mom passed 2yrs. ago AUG8th. time goes so fast in fact after responding to you am going to finish reading a book called”Grandy’s tear soup. We had Church and Chapel they did an awesome job and 2weeks later the Grief Counselor sent me the book I just mentioned and 2 other grieving books one I a daily one called””Healing After The loss so I sent him $19 to send someone else a few books. I WAS MY MOOM’S baby so we were very close and one day oh about 1yr.before she was sent to the Pearly Gates, she said Gloria God only rents us our life’s and earth for a very short time and then he takes us home again. It does not make my grieving any easier. I told my Fiancé ‘today ya know I have not even accepted that she is not here anymore.God Blless Gloria

  14. My mother passed away on September 11 this year. Today is her 65th birthday…and I just feel so lost..so lonely without her here.

  15. Unfortunately sorrows are part of our life. But many times they help us to realize how important many things taken for granted can be. During the latest years, enduring all my sufferance, I’ve become different, more sensitive… and now also when I am alone, in front of a blue sea, I feel lucky and I appreciate even the air that I breath. A huge hug to all of you. God bless you.

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