Why is it that some people just seem to have a hard time controlling themselves, especially when it comes to family and situations they have no control over?
A death in the family is hard enough to deal with without losing control over your emotions, I’m not talking about the grieving part where you lose tears and cry uncontrollably, or the part where you draw deep within yourself and just sit and stare because you can find no words, nor am I speaking of the feeling of hopelessness you have while pacing the floor feeling like you should be doing something when there is nothing left to do, all of this is natural and these feelings will be there for a long time, these emotions are natural and totally expected.
What about a family member that comes out of the woodwork so to say, thinking they should step in and tell you how things should be run, even when they have not been around enough to know how your household operates, or the one who has not stepped foot on your porch in the last twenty years but now feels it is their obligation to let you know how bad they think you have taken care of your family member who is now gone, questions and comments from those who all of a sudden want to drop by and “See how you are doing” when all along you know they are only there to see what can be had.
When someone draws their last breath they should feel comfortable knowing that all is going to be good with the family they leave behind, if you are one of those who are grieving over the loss of a loved one, and just don’t really know what to do with your emotions right now I say God Bless You because this too will pass, life will go on for you just fine and your life will be blessed for keeping your loved ones memory alive.
If you are one of those who are stepping in making accusations and looking over the house to claim what you think is rightfully yours before that loved one is even cold, if you are one who thinks it proper to point fingers and disrespect those who are grieving, and if you think it is now time to make amends after a death, when they could have been made long ago.
I feel sorry for those who can’t control their greed, jealousy, and anger long enough to mourn a loss in the family, for those who take this road all I can say is Shame On You for you actions, because if you continue to live this way, you will not be happy with where you end up when you draw your last breath.