"Using phrases like “It was his time,” “He lived a full life” or “He doesn’t have to suffer anymore,” might seem helpful because you’re focusing on the positive. But Bowen discourages them. The griever usually doesn’t feel any better hearing such things, and can become aggravated by comments that sound trite and impersonal. Simply acknowledging a friend’s loss is the most important thing you can do because you’re recognizing their pain and sorrow."
I remember our first kiss. You had literally just asked me out and you had to go find your friends and as soon as i said yes id be your girlfriend you grabbed me and gave me this amazing kiss under the stars. It felt like you'd been waiting your whole life to kiss me. Then you left and i went inside and didnt even tell mt best friend cuz i didnt want her to ruin it. And every kiss is like that first one like you've been dying to kiss me for ages..
“We postpone the finality of heartbreak by clinging to hope. Though this might be acceptable during early or transitional stages of grief, ultimately it is no way to live. We need both hands free to embrace life and accept love, and that's impossible if one hand has a death grip on the past.” — KRISTIN ARMSTRONG, O Magazine, Feb. 2007 in notable-quotes.com