Why do people avoid talking about death?
I mean, its the most inevitable thing in life. Our journey towards death starts from the time we are conceived. Some of us live long enough to wait for its inevitability while most of the others are stunned by its appearance when it comes.
Its a curious thing, the death of a loved one. It makes you hyper aware of the things you failed to take notice of before, even while plunging you into numbness. Maybe if we talked about it, it wouldn’t hit us so hard and we wouldn’t be shattered on impact. We wouldn’t be so lost, crippling under the weight of the grief and the forced realization of the mirage life offers.
Why do people avoid talking about death?I mean its the most inevitable thing in life; I just figure they’d be better off embracing its reality than to ignore its existence altogether.