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“I love you”. Say it, often.

Posted by Marietta chiropractor on July 30, 2008

I heard from old high school friend earlier this week.  She said her 1st born child died unexpectedly.  While the cause has not yet been determined, they believe it might have been an anuerism.  Needless to say, my friend was devastated.  After all, her daughter was only 34 years old and still had a long life ahead of her.

One of a parent’s greatest fears is that they might survive one of their own children.  I know for me, the thought alone is unbearable.  But, what would seem even worse is that something like that might happen without notice and with things left unsaid and unresolved.

In my practice, I’ve seen folks with strange symptoms and syndromes that seem to be tied to the loss of a loved one many years earlier.  They live in constant remorse over not having resolved a problem from the past or simply not being able to say “I love you” one more time.

For your health.  For your peace.  For the ones you love.  Never miss an opportunity to share your love with them.  We only get to live life today and have absolutely no promises of tomorrow.  As the Bible says, “Don’t let the sun set on your anger”.  As you’re reading this, a specific person has come to mind.  Call that person right now.  Let them know.  Tell them while you can.  It beats trying to communicate once their spirit has left their body.

I love you.

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