If you have spent any time on our facebook page you have probably noticed that we don’t share grief quotes nearly as often as some other grief sites out there. It isn’t that we don’t like grief quotes. It is just that the interweb is already filled with zillions of images with quotes imposed on them, covering every topic under the sun. To be honest, they have started to feel a little . . . overdone? Dare I say, cliche? But on Sunday, when I was feeling a little bummed out about the holiday, I got sucked into the black-hole of pinterest. As I scrolled through grief quote images until my finger cramped I found myself feeling strangely comforted. Something about reading other’s words about grief is reassuring, hence the tremendous appeal of grief memoirs I suppose. I love a good grief memoir, but some days a memoir is just too much. The grief quote comes in handy during those moments that you can’t concentrate to read more than a couple sentences or a carry-out menu. A bite-sized option.
So, today we are going to stop judging and jump on the grief-quote-bandwagon. Here is a round-up of some grief quotes we love, to keep you company when cracking a book just seems like far too much work. Most of these were found on social media. We have linked back to the original source, if it was linked. If you were the creator of one of these fabulous images and we didn’t know it, leave a comment and we will update. Happy-quote-reading.
What grief quotes do you love? Let us know, leave a comment!