We like to think that the people we love will remain with us forever.
No one wants to think of a time or be faced with a time when a loved one gets sick, is in an accident or worse and will no longer be here.
But unfortunately, sadly and even tragically, life does not work the way we want, as hard as we always try to will it to work our way.
The reason why I am drawn to the haunting song, “Over You,” sung here by award-winning country music singer Miranda Lambert, who also co-wrote this song with her husband, Blake Shelton, is the line, “But you went away. How dare you? I miss you.”
I don’t care how many stages of grief you go through and which way you go through them, those words are universal in their sentiment. I don’t think of the words in an angry way; just more of a human plea to the person to come back because it’s lonely without them.