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How do you usually grieve when people around you die?
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Posted 3/26/10
this is a pretty depressing topic but im curious.
how do you ussualy greive when people around you die??

do you forget anything even happened ?
are you depressed for weeks/months?
does your whole prospective on life change?



personaly, i ussualy cry for a couple hours, then i forget anything happened.
and i ussualy keep doing that for a few weeks until i feel better.
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Posted 3/26/10
I cry and remember the time I had with the person.
In about a day or so, I move on.
Posted 3/26/10
I do all my crying on the day...
Having other people around makes me more upset because the pain is just shared then
I prefer to be alone and deal with it by myself...being alone brings out rational and helpful thoughts to get you through.
I go back to life asap to help me move on, be around my friends.
You can't escape grief though. Sometimes I'd be doing something great and just randomly burst into tears. From nowhere! Which is really annoying coz ppl are like "what the hell?" but they don't understand.
Posted 3/26/10
Cry. fall into depression sometimes. Try to be strong & hope that someone went to Heaven. continue living life as well as I can.
Posted 3/26/10
first it's shock , denial, full realization, grief, reconciliation, and as time moves on. it becomes easier to accept you form more bonds with other people to help you through this time..
Posted 3/26/10
I accept the fact that people must die to allow the next generation to come. There is a time to grieve and then you need to get over it, otherwise you'll be in mourning the rest of your life and suffer for it.
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Posted 3/26/10
~Changed the title from: how do you do it ? to: How do you usually grieve when people around you die?

I don't feel anything until the funeral. That's when it usually hits and I start to cry and go into depression.
If I don't go to the funeral however, I feel nothing. It almost feels like they're just on a trip, or they're living somewhere else in the world. My mind just can't wrap around the idea that they're dead and non existing anymore. So unless I go to the funeral and actually see them dead. I don't feel anything. That's why I usually don't go to funerals. When I become depressed..I really become depressed. To a point where I look like I'm half dead.

Ugh, such a gloomy topic :[
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Posted 3/27/10
I just curl up in my bed and think about life/death and try to remember good memories about the person
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29 / F / Potters Bar England
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Posted 3/27/10
it goes from shock to tears....tears.....tears... and more tears. i tend to not speak to people around me and go to a quiet place and try to think of happy times with them which makes me cry more but then tears are a great healer. i hate it when people are sympathetic for some reason so prefer to be alone
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Posted 3/27/10
I work off the anger in the pit of my stomach by smashing faces with baseball bats.
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Posted 3/27/10
I laugh at everyone crying
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Posted 4/23/10
Hasn't happened to anyone close to me yet.
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37 / M / Cali, in the year...
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Posted 4/23/10
I don't..I walk away with their memory alive on my heart
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Posted 4/23/10
Depends how close really. If it's someone I really value, say my grandfather, I'd be crying about it for a few days. And sob a bit in the nights, 'swell. (But, my Grandpa died, like 6 years ago. My reactions would have been different now than back then, perhaps.)
If it's a family friend or a random stranger who has a very tragic death; I'd pay my respects, perhaps shed a tear or two.

But, I only had one person that died whom was really special to me.
Posted 4/24/10
for me i feel sad and down
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