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  1. Hi, Karen
    I’m so sorry for your loss. You are still in the beginning stages of grief. Everyone handles it differently, so please don’t feel that you should be feeling a certain way. Give yourself all the time you need to work through this. It actually took me a little over 3 years to really find myself. You’ve been through so much lately. Keeping a journal may help – sometimes putting thoughts down on paper can be very healing. Most importantly, don’t isolate yourself. Your family and friends want to help you through this difficult time. I found that when I was ready (and you’ll know when that is), I spent some time learning new crafts, and am even teaching myself to play the folk harp. Does your church or community have a support group for grief? This would be very helpful. Here is a link for some online support groups: https://www.mastersincounseling.org/loss-grief-bereavement.html
    One thing that I found comforting in the months following my husband’s death was using his favorite shirts to make a comfort quilt for my daughter, which she treasures. Please keep me posted on how you’re doing. The process of mourning cannot be rushed. Remember to be gentle with yourself and give yourself time. God bless you, Karen!

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