Widows and girlfriends of the players who died in the airplane tragedy make a decision that moves the world
Posted December 7, 2016
"United women will never be defeated."
Sometimes, tragedy can awaken unknown feelings for others.
As reported by the Daily Mail, the widows and girlfriends of the players who lost their lives in the recent air tragedy have made a decision they believe will help them cope with the pain.
The widows and girlfriends will live together.
Clearly the loss of their boyfriends and husbands has been extremely difficult for all of these women, but especially for those who were pregnant or had children.
"Rosangela, who had been married to Cleber for 15 years, said that the couple's two sons, Cleber, 14, and Haroldo, 11, have been crying and asking for their dad since the tragedy," the Daily Mail reported.
Losing the one you love is not easy, and losing them in such an unexpected and tragic way is even more difficult. So, these women have made an unexpected decision that shows the unity among them. This decision demonstrates their desire to support each other and continue forward to a happier and better time.
“We've decided amongst ourselves to help each other and face this situation together, side by side. Some of us are even going to live together in the same house to get through this and face each day together," Rosangela said.
According to the media, most of them have been receiving medical and psychological help to sustain them through this very bitter and tragic time in their lives.
Love always saves
This decision is an unprecedented example of kindness and love. It shows us that love has no limitations, and that compassion and empathy for others is the only way to press on and allow humanity to progress and become better.
Mariel Reimann is the Content Director at KSL Latino. She's studied law at the National University of Cordoba, currently resides in Salt Lake City, Utah. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.