2. October 2019 is a date, as a centre of culture and church affairs Joy Mogensen (S) are never going to forget.
It was the day she was told that her unborn daughter - Sarah - was dead in her growing belly. With less than a month to date.
It tells Joy Mogensen in a feature article in Kristeligt Dagblad, where she also puts into words how the time after has been for her. Or at least she tries it.
the For - as she writes - the words to describe what she has been through, can still be hard to find:
however, She is not the only one that can be difficult to find the words in the situation, she writes on.
Variations of 'I'm sorry' and 'condolences' are the phrases, she has met most of the others - but then, according to the Joy Mogensen, is that people run out of words.
In the featured article in Kristeligt Dagblad explains the culture - and license-acceptance, that for her has been the easiest to get further in the conversation with the people who have dared to look her in the eyes, put a hand on her shoulder or gave her a hug.
in Addition, calls on the she also, that it may be helpful to invite to do something together - like going for a walk. For it is according to the Joy Mogensen, to everything that can be difficult to get said to each other over a table, it can be said on a walk.
on Friday it emerged that the Joy Mogensen from the 1. January returns as a centre of culture and church affairs. She has had leave of absence, since she lost her daughter.
'It is hard to find out when the right time to get back on the work is, and it is very individual, when he is ready. But, for me, is it right to come back now. It is just as quiet started crawling in me to get started again. And the last weeks I have started to prepare for the important task it is to create a more active and participative Denmark,' she wrote on Facebook.Updated Date: 21 December 2019, 10:00