How the mother of Ciara Pugsley, who committed suicide at 15, used nature to help her through her grief

“The butterfly does not count months, but moments and has enough time,” wrote the Bengali polymath Rabindranath Tagore, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1913 for his poetry. Nature in general, and butterflies in particular, have helped Aggie Flanagan cope with the unfathomable loss of her daughter.

Iara Pugsley committed suicide aged 15 after being bullied online and Aggie has spent the past decade planting a garden in her memory. “The love of nature has wrapped its arms around me. That’s where I find my peace and serenity. The garden represents a journey from darkness to light,” said Aggie, 56.

https://www.independent.ie/opinion/comment/how-the-mother-of-ciara-pugsley-who-died-by-suicide-at-15-used-nature-to-help-her-on-journey-through-grief-42065399.html How the mother of Ciara Pugsley, who committed suicide at 15, used nature to help her through her grief

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