It Will Be All Right in the Morning
When Rosemary Pavey-Snell's husband died of cancer, her world was shattered. Despite being a counsellor and psychotherapist herself, she had no way to prepare for something so terrible.
But she remembered what her husband, Allan, always used to say before going to bed: "It will be all right in the morning." Most of the time, he was right.
She remembered those words often, but she still experienced the same thoughts and feelings as anyone else who loses someone special. At times, she was in denial. She called upon her faith for strength. She found it difficult to ask others for help.
Regardless of whether you are suffering from a loss, counselling someone, or just trying to be a good friend, this personal journey through grief offers hope that mourning may eventually turn to joy.