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Have someone in your family ever died? If so, how did you handle it?

Actually I got a text message from my dad today, he said that my grandma had died.
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They have. I've handled it well.
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I'm sorry for your lost.

I had an aunt, uncle, grandmas, grandpa, and great-grandmas all die. I was sadden by their deaths yet I moved on and accepted their passing.
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grandpa died. spend the last week at his bedside at home.
i was okay with it.
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qualeshia3 wrote:

I'm sorry for your lost.

I had an aunt, uncle, grandmas, grandpa, and great-grandmas all die. I was sadden by their deaths yet I moved on and accepted their passing.


Thanks.

To tell the truth, I don't know if I should be happy or sad. She's been suffering from memory loss and didn't recognize people around her at all. So I guess I'm happy that she doesn't have to keep going thro that, however at the same time I can't say that I'm happy about it.
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Yep. Actually, my grandpa died a week ago. I stayed in the house for a solid day in the same place, crying, and I felt like a piece of me left. The next day, I just put up a front and kept going. I always keep my emotions in so no one else has to deal with them. But, I am really sorry about your loss. I hope you feel better soon.
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My grandmother died in the house that I'm living in thirteen years ago. It was very rough since she had lived with us for most of my childhood. The experience shook me up something fierce but, like most anything else, time healed me up pretty well. I'm sorry to hear about your loss, especially if you had a good relationship with your grandma. Grieve for her in any way you want and I sincerely hope you feel better as soon as you can.
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TheOmegaForce70941 wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:

I'm sorry for your lost.

I had an aunt, uncle, grandmas, grandpa, and great-grandmas all die. I was sadden by their deaths yet I moved on and accepted their passing.


Thanks.

To tell the truth, I don't know if I should be happy or sad. She's been suffering from memory loss and didn't recognize people around her at all. So I guess I'm happy that she doesn't have to keep going thro that, however at the same time I can't say that I'm happy about it.


Is it Alzheimer's?
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Praying for you, man! But my dad is fighting heart diseases and last year he had a fatal heart attack. Luckily CPR saved his life but as bad as it sounds, I find no hope for my father living any longer. I've prepared for times like this where I just know what's gonna happen, meaning I've already accepted his loss. My dad always wanted me to be happy and defended me a lot of times when my other family disagreed with me. He showed me what a real father is like. When he's gone, I'll know he'll be enjoying his other life better than his time down here.
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My mum died in August. We knew it was coming for a couple of months, and by the end, it was more relieving than anything to see her go. I miss her a lot, and I'm only just realising how much she did. But she wanted us all to move on, so we're coping!

I'm sorry for your losses, everyone. I hope you're coping too

Posted 11/2/14
Yeah I've had people die. Death is part of this all. I know one day the lights are gonna go out on me, and that's it. Sayonara minna san. I've almost died a few times and honestly do think the next time I won't be so lucky. But I'm good to go. I take it day by day.
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Hmm.

Recently a really close friend of mine passed away through a unlucky car accident.

He was 22 and me and my whole family knew him since he was like 7.

I thought of this guy as an older brother so it was very difficult.. But I've noticed that with two of my grandparents who were already gone, I've been able to handle these things pretty good;

I haven't even cried, I just feel like.. I need to do things; for my family and of course the family of my passed away friend.

People handle these situations very differently; In the end it doesn't truly matter how you do it.. As long if you accept it and try to move on.



No matter how difficult it may be.
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My mom, a friend of hers and myself where in a car. Our friend was driving us to the airport since we were going to my second national ranking tournament. It was then that the friend asked my mom if our uncle had everything planned out for the funeral service. My mom got really quiet, made all possible attempts to avoid eye contact and then kept the conversation going with the friend.
One of my younger cousins had a really sever case of Cystic fibrosis, I knew that she had gone in for a lung transplant surgery but hadn't heard anything else after I knew that she had come out of surgery and was in recovery.
When we reached the airport my mom then explained to me how my cousin had indeed had successful lung surgery but that her body was too weak and was not able to handle the surgery itself. My cousin passed away in the ICU a couple of days after her surgery.
After a lot of crying and hugging we boarded the plane and left for the tournament. I wont the whole thing and dedicated every single medal to her. So I guess she helped push me to success. I like to think she is watching over all of us and that she helps us out every now and then =]
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Posted 11/2/14

qualeshia3 wrote:


TheOmegaForce70941 wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:

I'm sorry for your lost.

I had an aunt, uncle, grandmas, grandpa, and great-grandmas all die. I was sadden by their deaths yet I moved on and accepted their passing.


Thanks.

To tell the truth, I don't know if I should be happy or sad. She's been suffering from memory loss and didn't recognize people around her at all. So I guess I'm happy that she doesn't have to keep going thro that, however at the same time I can't say that I'm happy about it.


Is it Alzheimer's?


I don't know if it was Alzheimer's, but it was something similar.
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