Sea Glass Writing Prompt for bereaved families: After loss, ordinary life feels… Living in life after loss, the world feels different. There are new goals; new lenses; new priorities. In this new life, what is it like when you see others who still live in the 'ordinary' world? What feelings come up for you? What thoughts? Do you ever wish you could join them, or do you feel you've left the ordinary world forever?

After loss, ordinary life feels… (SG Writing Prompt)

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Sea Glass Writing Prompt for Bereaved Families:

After loss, ordinary life feels…

Living in life after loss, the world feels different. There are new goals; new lenses; new priorities. In this new life, what is it like when you see others who still live in the ‘ordinary’ world? What feelings come up for you? What thoughts? Do you ever wish you could join them, or do you feel you’ve left the ordinary world forever?

Living in life after loss, the world feels different. There are new goals; new lenses; new priorities. In this new life, what is it like when you see others who still live in the 'ordinary' world? What feelings come up for you? What thoughts? Do you ever wish you could join them, or do you feel you've left the ordinary world forever?

About Sea Glass Writing Prompts

Sea Glass Writing prompts are designed as free-writing exercises. You can start with the phrase or the questions listed here, or with anything that these questions prompt in your mind. You can even go in a different direction entirely; there is no defined structure. Write what feels right for you.
 
When finished, you can share your response in the Sea Glass Parenting Facebook group, on your own social media account or blog, or even in the comments of this post here.

You can also check out the formal Sea Glass Writing course: 26 days of prompts, activities, and community with fellow bereaved parents. The next course starts 21 February 2022.

Sea Glass Writing Prompts: free child-loss-focused writing prompts for bereaved parents and families.
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