• Susie Csorsz Brown

Moving past the rubble

There are events that happen in our lives that challenge our very beings. These events might fell us, if we allow them. Or, maybe, they might make us stronger after we process the grief and the turmoil left in the wake of the event. In my case, it was the loss of my sister that tipped my world on its side, left me scrambling around trying to gather the pieces and somehow, reassemble my new reality.

I shared my story about my loss, my grief, and moving into acceptance with a friend on her podcast, Make Life Less Difficult. I share with you here the link: https://makelifelessdifficult.com/podcast?fbclid=IwAR1gwDMWKkOnbeXmHooD0qoXCOoFG0qS2_32W6N8Nm3bfbQwsE27LGiTq0M

For sure, there is life after loss. There is moving on. Loss like this helps us to gain a greater understanding of how to appreciate what we have while we still have it, and helps us to treasure those we love even more because life and love is precious.

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