Prioritize Your Grief

July 9, 2022

We have to start prioritizing our grief. We do need.  No one wants to be without love. But when you have love and you have these relationships through death, divorce, and again, break up of a romantic relationship, you lose it. But no one wants to deal with it. They essentially want to throw their hands up or stick your head in the sand, be sad, be miserable or run out and get another love. We don’t prioritize our grief and it will essentially bleed out into other areas of your life.


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