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Posted 12/5/15
That feels like a hell.
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Very painful, but I'm not one to dwell on it for very long either.
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Grief killed this man.

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I do not think that kind of pain can be expressed in such a crude medium as words, despite the best efforts of poets,musicians, and novelist the world round. It's a pain that never really goes away, no matter how long the loss and the present are apart. And it's always the littlest things that set off the pain. The opening of a song, the taste of a meal or a drink you use to share with them, even the feel of warm summer sun.
Posted 12/5/15
I don't know, I was young when it happened (10 years old) and didn't fully realize what happened but dealt with it very slowly though the years and at times still dealing with it.
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Posted 12/5/15
It's painful, but you become stronger from it....

...or do you? Results will vary. The results for me were that I stopped giving a sh!t about things.
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A very close childhood friend of mine IRL I won't discuss here, it doesn't feel good. ...
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It hurts. A lot.

The pain fades with time. The memories do not.
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I can never lose C++.
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Posted 12/5/15 , edited 12/5/15
very painful but easy to get over if you turn down your emotions.
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Posted 12/5/15
there are no words to describe that terrible pain
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Posted 12/5/15
It is very painful. Some die from depression soon after (think married/close couples of 30ish+ years).

I have a fairly raw one at one year. At this point I have had many losses in my life. You get used to it in time sadly. The pain is still swift, but it tends to fade faster and faster as more lives disappear around you.

A lot of this also depends on how close you are to said person. I couldn't shed a tear for my Grandma. For my friends who died, tears were shed. Also, as a disclaimer, my Gma was an asshole >.< She pushed my sister to bulimia.
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Posted 12/5/15 , edited 12/5/15
Not really. My uncle died several days ago. Don't give a shit about that old coot.
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Posted 12/5/15

saksiss wrote:

Not really. My uncle died several days ago. Don't give a shit about that old coot.


Did you not like your uncle?
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