Finding Courage After Loss.

@jenfer (166)
United States
January 23, 2011 12:42am CST
I lost my very best friend since childhood days more than three years ago and I've been searching for an emotional band-aid ever since. I've read great articles on how to get over or move on with it, but this one ("A Twenty-Something Orphan", December 2010 issue of Glamour magazine) is at the top of my list. I bought an issue for each of my friends who knows her, because there's so much wisdom on it. You have healed the hearts of those who've lost someone. If you experiencing the same thoughts with me, hope you can also check it. Thanks!
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@sender621 (14956)
• United States
23 Jan 11
It can be difficult to find the coursge to go on after losing someone special to our lives. It seems like life just stops when that person is now gone from your life. It is not easy but you can reach deep inside and pull that courage out. the person you lost would not want you to give up on living.
@jenfer (166)
• United States
25 Jan 11
You're right it is extremely difficult at first, especially on the day you need to say goodbye. But as the old saying goes that time heals everything. With the help of my family and other friends who is always there for me..
@maxen07 (887)
• Philippines
23 Jan 11
Losing the people you love is always painful especially if it's like in my case when I tried to be a good friend, give advice but was taken the wrong way. The heart is incredibly resilient but one has to learn that life doesn't wait so the only thing I can do is to move on with my life doing exactly what I did and that is to be a good friend to those who needed my friendship.