Tara's Diary

Hey, have you heard about “Survivor’s guilt”? -Tara Martins-Aisida

Comments (3)
  1. Tolulope says:

    Thanks for articulating such deep thoughts. Death is a mystery and the circumstances are always painful.

    One always wishes one could do something to stop death but we are mortals and not in control of the time table of life.

    We keep living and fulfilling our purpose. That is the best gift we can give our loved ones who are resting with God.

    Thank you so much.

  2. Bose says:

    Thank you sis for sharing this. My mum died before my 2 brothers got married. I had to stand in place of my mum at their wedding and I kind of feel guilty for ‘living her life’. The survivor guilt is real and it is one of the many emotions the grieving person has to deal with. The good news is that it does get better with time.

  3. Nike says:

    Thank you so much for your posts. I have lost a sister (in-law), a child (miscarriage) and more recently a husband. All before I turned 41. I find your posts really comforting. God bless you.

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