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Posted 11/2/14
Every 1 or 2 years a family member of mine happens to die.
Never felt much about it, other than shock for a minute once due to the way I was told, but that's about it.
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Posted 11/2/14
Yeah.. I had my grandpa and a friend die within a week of Eachother this year..
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Posted 11/2/14
I'm crossing my hearts for my Grandparents to live longer than a 1,000 years.

I love them so much, they're 90-92. I don't think I can live without their wisdom.
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Posted 11/2/14
For some of my relatives like my grandparents or a cousin that I was fond of, it hurt. I was messed up for days or even weeks.

For some of my other relatives that were among the biggest flakes I have ever had the sorry misfortune of knowing, didn't feel much of anything.

I never have done "grief" very well to begin with and I understand it is a process. For each person it is different and each person you grieve over it is different.

I can only say to most people that I understand and I hope you find comfort and strength to move on. My condolences to all of you who have lost someone that was close to you. Think about them from time to time and they will never really leave you... and for God's sake try to remember and enjoy the good things... don't forget the bad things either, there is wisdom in that.
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30 / M / Central KY.
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Posted 11/2/14

TheOmegaForce70941 wrote:

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.


Dude, I'm sorry to hear that....
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20 / M / Sweden
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Posted 11/2/14

x-Cellar_Door-x wrote:


TheOmegaForce70941 wrote:

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.


Dude, I'm sorry to hear that....


Thanks, guess I should be happy since she doesn't have to suffer anymore.
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26 / M / Socal
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Posted 11/2/14
Yeah still feeling it even after a year, I was too close

my family is very very small so one member lost means much, so much that I rarely ever mention it.
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Posted 11/3/14 , edited 11/3/14
My nana died a few months ago.
I basically cried it out. I knew she wasn't going to live much longer, she had Alzheimer's but it still depressed me.
Posted 11/3/14
Yes several family members died. The one that hit the hardest and still does was my grandpa's death and a couple months later his little brother passed away and I lost it even more as I saw him during my grandpa's funeral and he looked exactly like my grandpa. My grandpa had a brain aneurysm. Still not over it and he passed away in 2004 he was my father figure. And my grandma is dying, kidney failure she refuses treatment and I offered one of my kidneys but refused it too. So her death will also hit me hard.
Posted 11/4/14
An uncle of mine that i was rather close to died on devil's night (night before Halloween) was super sudden and shocked us all, that'll be a funeral i look forward to going to...
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24 / M / Iowa >.>
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Posted 11/4/14 , edited 11/4/14
so far
my father
his two brothers
my grandfather (both mom and dad side)
a aunt on my mothers side
and a few other distant relatives

bottom line is, I've been to way more funerals than weddings on average about one to two a year vs 2 weddings ever
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