Loving and losing is one of the most painful experiences anyone can imagine. Many will try to tell you what you should and shouldn’t be doing because you aren’t doing what they would do if they were in your shoes. You will come across people that will do more discouraging than encouraging, but know and understand they are NOT the people you will want in your support group or circle as you are going through trying times. Many will say what they would do if they were in your shoes, but those same people don’t have feet big enough to fill the shoes you wear. People have so much input when you are in a storm but can’t give themselves advice for situations they find themselves in and I find that strange.
Many people who hasn’t been in your shoes will not understand the pain that comes with loving and losing. It’s hard to shake or get over grief in small length of time because many that have loss also loved unconditionally. When you put your heart & mind into someone it’s hard to move on because you still love even though they are gone. Feelings aren’t like a stove that you cut on and off when you are ready to cook, so you must do what’s best for you, those you are caring for and not what others want you to do. As you are dealing with the loss don’t allow no one tell you how you should grieve or rush you into doing something you will regret. As time goes on you will understand why God has redirected your path and why you have waited patiently instead of rushing into something you knew you weren’t ready for. Just remember to always be patient with yourself and to think about what’s best for you and yours.