This analogy of how we deal with grief, posted on the BBC iPlayer, went viral because it struck a chord with so many people.
‘You don’t get over grief, you just learn to have it as part of your life.’
This analogy of how we deal with bereavement is spot on.
BBC Stories: Like Minds on BBC iPlayer: https://t.co/pCSJFTACCK pic.twitter.com/dmdQhW9kVM
— BBC iPlayer (@BBCiPlayer) April 22, 2018
And here are just a few of the responses it generated.
I’ve always said that you don’t get over losing someone, you learn to live with it and when you access that pain it’s as raw as it was when it happened. This illustrates that so well.
— Monica Lee (@MonicaBLee) April 26, 2018
read some old texts from september and it brought me straight back into the grief & sent me into a quick downward spiral but then i remembered “life has expanded, i can handle this.” the video helped
— Lo Mathis (@loramathiz) April 26, 2018
I lost my Dad just over two weeks ago, so it’s still very raw. And although I don’t want the pain forever, I do not want to get over it or forget, so it brings a strange comfort that it’ll never go.
— Jodie Loaring (@jodiekatel) July 21, 2018
one of the most helpful diagrams of grief ❤️ https://t.co/SboDHY0tab
— The Griefcast (@thegriefcast) February 11, 2019
And if you want to watch the whole programme, you can find it here.
Hey Cariad, I was the one that posted this link to reply to a previous message, so glad people find it useful! The whole programme is here and is only 8 mins of more really helpful and brilliant stuff! https://t.co/Nvj90dRCym
— TonyBlue1 (@Blue1Tony) February 12, 2019
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