How does it feels like to lose someone in the family?

@eil_noz (963)
April 6, 2010 8:51am CST
It's been my first time to lose a close relative in the family (my Grandfather). But I wonder why doesn't I get the hard feeling to accept his death. It's always been hard to see someone die but in my case, I accepted the fact that he's too old to surpass his sickness. I've realized that it's on the acceptance of one's death that enables me to let go.
2 responses
• India
6 Apr 10
hey, come on, now what should i tell you to accept the facts or just to stay in dream world. i can see that you like your grand father very much and you do miss him but do you think he really left you, i do not think so, he will be always there for you moving around you guarding you. ii lost my grandfather when i was young about 8-9 years of age. i don't even know what happened to him or how to react in a satiation like that, whatever happens in life, life must go on. don't feel that hes gone just feel his presence around you and you will see the truth.
• United States
6 Apr 10
I sure know how you feel! I took care of my grandpa for along time and on sataurday he finally passed away. It's very hard to except but it was harder to excpect he had no quaity of life left. I watched him waste away and now finally have peace knowing he is in a better place. Letting go is away of healing. Sorry for your lose!