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Post Reply How painful is it to lose someone?
Posted 12/8/15
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Posted 12/9/15


And Aerith continued to live in Cloud's mind, along with Zack. But how come Cloud's mother never pops up? She was also killed by Sephiroth, who was one of the few villains I know of who has killed two women who the hero held dear (although some players think Aerith was more of a close friend/sister figure than a love interest).

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Posted 12/9/15
Sometimes it stings for a long time. Named after my grandfathers. So when I have to write my name I'm still reminded of it. Just a leather bag filled with glass shards. It grinds and hurts on the inside, and can cut you if you poke it too hard.
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It sucks pretty bad. It definitely depends on how close you are to the person. My mom dieing changed me pretty significantly while the death of one of my class mates didn't affect me at all. I think it also depends on the person some people can handle it better than others.
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Posted 12/9/15
It hurts.
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Image you are hit with a baseball bat with nails in the face. At the same time hit with a sledge hammer to the chest. Then get hit by a train. Those pain are nothing compare to losing someone you cared about
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Posted 12/9/15
It sucks... then you get past it.
You never really get "over" it.
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Posted 12/9/15
I lost someone important very recently. I just try not to think about it. There's just something different in watching someone die suddenly.

Watching that heart rate monitor drop until it's gone. The blood I've never once seen on her.

It's surreal. I lost my appetite for a a couple days afterward. My pants didn't even fit anymore by time of the funeral. I try not to think about it, even after the funeral. I just need time. I'm not sure how I'll handle the holiday.

It seems like anyone that goes in for a checkup at the hospital fucking dies the very same day in this family.

I wasn't ready, but when would I have ever been?

I can only take solace in the fact it was quick.

It fucking hurts, but it reminds us how fragile life is and how much we should cherish it.


Posted 12/9/15
i got lost in a walmart once, it was traumatizing
Posted 12/9/15
The use of the overclichêd "a lot" can't be helped, but of course it does.

That's the subjective truth of the human experience. You can't understand my pain like I do because you haven't lived it to appreciate it; it is not a "loss" to you, so caring is a stretch.

An elaborate story could help , but its not my thing to lay it all out there for creeps to piss on. People's empathy is shit these days.
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Posted 12/9/15
I... feel nothing.
Posted 12/9/15 , edited 12/9/15

rabbitofcaerbannog wrote:



And Aerith continued to live in Cloud's mind, along with Zack. But how come Cloud's mother never pops up? She was also killed by Sephiroth, who was one of the few villains I know of who has killed two women who the hero held dear (although some players think Aerith was more of a close friend/sister figure than a love interest).



sorry, i actually don't know much about the show. i just thought striferu's post was funny. i'm probably a little too morbid so pay no mind.
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Posted 12/9/15
I lost my sister not too long ago so yeah... It hurts...
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Posted 12/9/15
I've never really lost anyone so much as I've cut people away from me if they've become to much of a cancer to my personal development. It's a defense mechanism I use, wherein I adopt a rather exaggerated pessimistic outlook on faith (or rather lack thereof) in humankind. While generally it's purely fictitious hyperbole meant to soften the blow, I sometimes tend to get lost in this depressive fantasy, and let my true darker self out to my own disadvantage. The side that tells me that I need no one is a side that I see often when I'm stuck in an emotional rut, but it's thanks to this devil's advocate that I may have strengthened further than some of my older acquaintances in the unstable process of maturity, while at the same time opening myself for weakness when an unavoidable crisis truly does arise. It is a double-edged sword in every right, but I've come to love it too much, and may occasionally cut myself just to feel pain rather than the familiar numbness.
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Posted 12/10/15
It doesn't even have to be a death for it to hurt so bad....
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