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Wednesday, February 27, 2008

inbox-2-blog part-15

Found this today and thought its worth sharing:

"There's something fundamentally unhealthy about the way our culture deals with grief. It seems to be viewed as a problem that needs to be fixed, a temporary psychosis that should be either prayed or medicated away rather than the catharsis it should be. It makes others uncomfortable, and is therefore quietly discouraged. As a result I think there are a lot of people that never actually finish grieving, that never fully accept their loss and come to peace with it."

how true!


Blogger Sonia said...

i guess you're right. you can't say you're mind is hurt and take a sick leave! it's not accepted. you need to break your hand or something for "hurt" to be acknowledged.

funny world!

4:53 AM  
Blogger Chethana said...

well, life's non-acceptance of grief probably makes it faster for anyone to come to peace with it and move on.

8:59 PM  
Blogger usha said...

I'm with chethana on that!
sometimes, just ignoring it helps us get over the grief sooner.
but coming to peace with it, is a totally different question, altogether.

2:12 AM  
Blogger Lost in trance... said...

if only ignoring was that easy!

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