Thursday, January 12, 2023, Lisa Marie Presley disappears. A huge loss for the whole family of the King, who sees a new tragedy affecting his clan. Indeed, the daughter of Elvis Presley has always lived in the shadow of the suicide of her son, named Benjamin. On July 12, 2020, the 27-year-old man will end his life by gunshot. A terrible ordeal for his mother who will remain marked for life by this tragedy. As proof, his latest post on his Instagram account: “Hi. In honor of National Grief Awareness Day, I wrote an essay on grief that was posted today on People. I thought I’d post it here in the hope that anyone who needs to hear this all helps out in some way.”

Indeed, Lisa Marie Presley spoke of the mourning that she has been experiencing for two years now to the American media People. “It’s not an easy subject for anyone, and it’s very unpopular to talk about it,” she wrote. “But if we’re going to make progress on this, grief needs to be talked about. Death is a part of life, whether we like it or not, and so is grief. Grieving doesn’t end or by no means disappears a year or years after the loss of a loved one,” she wrote. Words that have a terrible echo today: “Grief is something you will have to carry with you for the rest of your life, despite what some people or our culture would have us believe. You don’t ‘get over it’, you don’t ‘move on’, period.”

Find comfort in others

Lisa Marie Presley then confessed that she was “fighting tirelessly” to be able to mourn the death of her son. “This is where finding others who have gone through a similar loss may be the only way forward. Support groups who have your loss in common. Nothing, absolutely NOTHING takes away the pain, but finding support can sometimes help you feel a little less alone.”

Lisa Marie Presley: this meaningful message published a few months before her death

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