|Originally posted by Debby
Even my "best" friend told me to get over it and deal with reality.
Your post made me feel like I am not alone in this.
tell your "best friend" that you are
dealing with reality -your
the death of a loved one is something i cannot even begin
to understand; i dont know how i would get through something
like that, and what kind of strength a person must have to
pull through. i dont know that anyone really ever does get over it -
but i think, with time, we can work through the sorrows, and
the closure that death brings and begin to celebrate the
memories of those we lose. i have not lost anyone that i
have loved - not to death - but i have had friends & family
that have, and what i see in them is the hope for peace
within themselves for the memories and blessings of those
that have died.
sometimes it seems, from your postings, that you dont have
the most supportive group in your life, please know, all
that you are feeling and going through, with all your losses
and your own personal crisis; it is okay, it is okay to
grieve as long as you need to, it is okay to cry and scream,
it is okay to talk about everything, and as much as you can,
hopefully. until you begin to feel a little bit lighter,
and life is more inviting.
you have an ocean of love in me, i'll be here for you.
Debby : i wasnt implying that you dont have a support system in your life, i just wanted to make sure you knew there is oceans of support here, if and when there seems to be none elsewhere - i hope you didnt misinterpret that, i re-read it and realized it could be taken out of context. i hope i didnt offend you.
[Edited by blue on 04-24-2001 at 07:58 PM]