Is there someone in your family that has died and you are having a hard time...

United States
November 4, 2007 8:24pm CST
IS there someone in your family that has died that you still find very hard thinking about or accepting. If not a family member, a friend, or coworker.? What do you do when you think of this person?
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• Egypt
5 Nov 07
yes...My Grandpa was gone at last September. yeah...still hard to accept it... but it's happened. I hope that we will met again in the peaceful paradise.
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• United States
5 Nov 07
I am sure you will see your Grandpa again..you can still talk to him..you may not hear him as you did before..but you can hear him with your spirit.. You should still call him to mind and whisper to him..I am sure he will be watching over all you do.
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• India
5 Nov 07
Deaths of beloved one cant bear at any rate.
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@carolbee (16241)
• United States
9 Nov 07
How many can say they miss their mother-in-law? We lost her last April and I miss her so much. She was wonderful not only to me but our children. All of us have our times and tears. I think what crushed us so much is the fact she hadn't been sick. She was 87 when she left us. I know she's in a better place and I also know she understood we loved her very much. My husband doesn't talk about her and I don't believe that's healthy. They were very close also. This will be our first major holiday without her. Also, we have a daughter getting married in 2 weeks and we never thought we'd be without our dear mom, mother-in-law, grandma and great grandma to join us in this big family event.