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On the face of it, it would seem not. But the net effect still seems the same.
My fiancee passed away a little over a year ago. But I still struggle with the grief, especially when I find myself having to deal with her possessions. Yesterday I had a little break down making up our bed, something I had been avoiding for a while.
It seems like the ‘healthy’ thing to do is to put her behind me, and forget that she ever existed. But I just...can’t. However it seems like every memory is tainted with sorrow, and best not revisited. I’m not quite sure how to deal with this.
How is ‘letting go’ best applied to grief?