It’s another rough weekend….
Another Mother’s Day has come around.
Today, I saw some writing that speaks so much truth and honesty. I found these words painfully beautiful. I didn’t write them, but I know you can relate to them, so I have to post them.
I genuinely hope they bring comfort to your pain….
I’m gonna say it. It’s Mother’s Day Weekend & my Facebook is filled with honors to Mom’s that have passed away.
Or Never were there anyway.
And some Honors to Good Mom’s too. Being a good mom is truly the ‘hardest job in town’ & also the most rewarding position to be in.
But it’s also a sad day for many if we get honest.
For Some, an awkward day.
A Lot of Loss surrounds the issue of Mother’s. A very Hot Topic from Therapy Couches.
Mother’s Day Cards aren’t made for the Broken Hearted but I have always thought they should be. The same for Father’s Day.
If your Heart is empty or broken this weekend, please know that someone understands, hears you & acknowledges you. With age comes Wisdom & Honesty. We hope anyway. I don’t want to “pretend” anymore.
These Holidays break my Heart & leave me empty every year. It’s an uncomfortable weekend.
So this year, I want to Honor the Broken Hearted. I hear you & I remember.
To our sisters & friends with no babies in their arms, I’m thinking of you.
For those with empty arms that once held their child, My Heart Breaks for you.
For those who longed for a good mom & the pain never goes away, I understand.
To Dear One’s in our lives that are quietly Hurting this weekend, I pray healing & comfort for you. You are not alone & I’m sorry your dreams haven’t come true.
To the abused, I know you are there. I pray Comfort.
The list is endless. If these holidays are triggers to pain, I’m so sorry.
May we all find comfort in the ‘Mother Heart’ of God. Our only true Source of Healing for this depth of pain.
Kindness. Compassion. Awareness.
I don’t need to say anything further.
What do you feel from this letter?
I hope the author of this heartfelt message was able to bring comfort, solace, understanding, and warmth into your day…..
Thinking of you.
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