The After Series: 4 Things I Wish I’d Known While Grieving

“We can disconnect cleanly from certain things and remain deeply attached to others. We can mourn marriages while needing divorces. We can grieve family members we never got along with in real life. We can yearn for our homes long after we’ve settled in new places. Identifying the source of your grief is integral to moving on; it is difficult to treat a wound if you don’t know where it is.”
Originally published on Headspace
Feature image by Andrew Seaman

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