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With this self-image, a daughter is helped to determine how to interact with the world and the people in this world.
A daughter’s feelings, thoughts, hopes, desires and attitudes are influenced by a mother.
Freud felt that the mourner needed to ” let go” in order to move on.
However, when Freud experienced the death of his favorite grand-child, he often expressed with great sadness that he would never get over the loss.
As my mom said, it’s not just the relationship you had that you grieve, it’s the relationship you could be having now.
There is no way to fill that void, no one can fill that space.
Both happy and sad events can make you miss loved ones.
Every little thing reminds you of your loved one, the things you did and the things you had yet to do.
My questions are: how do you help the new people in your life know the person you lost and understand the depth of your grief? Rita Bonchek, spent her career as a psychologist specializing in grief, loss, death, and dying. I decided to add my own take on it; that perspective appears after hers.
What is not appreciated about the death of a loved one is that “Death ends a life but it doesn’t end a relationship that lives on in the mind of the survivor.” Some studies have shown that mourners hold onto the relationship with the deceased with no notable ill effects.
A childhood death of a parent can be a devastating event.
I think that incorporating your mother and her memory into your ceremony may provide a way for her to be remembered and present during your wedding.
Because your fiance did not know her, he will not miss her in this event.
One way I think this is appropriate is to mention her in the wedding program and/or light a candle during a portion of the ceremony that names those who are “special to us but not here to share this day.” I have seen an acknowledgement of special friends and family who are deceased but remembered on this special day.