Will you cried?

@noyida (795)
Singapore
July 20, 2008 10:44am CST
Recently, I lost an aunt. She was my late mum younger sister. My siblings and I were not close to her. When I heard the news that she had passed, I did not shed a tears. It is not that I had no feeling. When my late father younger sister passed away years ago, most of my siblings do shed tears. We felt that we will missed her and indeed we did. It has been a week now. Sadly, none of my sibling ever mention nor miss her. I dont know why we felt that way. Perhaps during her lifetime, she never made an effort to be closed to us nor that she showed any concern on our wellbeing eventhough we are her only nephews and nieces. I wonder if anyone had ever experience this cause in a way, I do feel a little bit guilty for not remembering her good deeds which can ache my heart till I want to cry. If any of your close relative pass away, will you cry?
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3 responses
• New Zealand
21 Jul 08
Hi noyida. I am sure I would have some kind of feeling for the person who had past on especially when they are my Mum or Dad's Family. I couldn't let that be something I could take on board. Catch ya later. pretty_babe
@gr8life (6253)
• Malaysia
21 Jul 08
Hello noyida, Most of the time, I don't cry. As far as I can remember, I only cried twice - both for my own father and eldest brother. And for the rest of my relatives, I didn't shed a tears at all whether they were close to me or not. Oh, yes! I sound like a bad person but I just can't shed a tears! I don't feel guilty too. Am I really bad?
@brimia (6588)
• United States
20 Jul 08
I cried when my grandparents passed and think I would cry for any close relative. I'm not sure I'd cry if it was a relative that was distant.