In late 2015, actress Florence Masebe lost her 18-month-old son in a drowning accident, and although it has been nearly three years since the tragedy took place, she is still grieving her child. She feels there isn't a set time for grieving and it's different for everyone.
Actress Florence Masebe recently said during an interview that after she wrote and published a book about her grieving process, she has a different perspective on grief.
In 2017, Florence launched a book titled The heart knows, opening up about grieving her son, Masakona, whom she lost during a tragic drowning incident in 2015.
ZAlebs reports Florence now feels that every person's journey is their own and grieving has no rules.
She says there are no timelines or deadlines; people should be allowed to grief as they wanted to, even if it means wallowing in it sometimes.
According to Florence, some people were uncomfortable with how she grieves. She says she would post a photo of her smiling and people would say she's "over that now", and they didn't need to feel uncomfortable around her anymore.
She feels people should be left to simply grieve their loved ones as they want to.
In this touching post on social media, Florence shared some of her pain with her followers:
I lost a huge part of me when I lost you my Prince...
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