When my son died my life was shattered<br />
I don't know how you feel but I can feel the pain of your parents
My stepbrother died when we were 21. He had been my best pal at primary School, before becoming my stepbrother.<br />
My dad died when I was 8, another good pal died when we were 12, and then my stepbrother at 21. <br />
Death seems to have followed me around and although the pain is always there to some degree, life does go on. Time and tender words will help, as will a lot of hugs and support
take it you mean emotionally. I kinda know the feeling.
Sorry for your loss. Understandable, but think what would your brother want. I am sure he would want you to carry on with life, have fun, be happy. Know it is not easy, but that is what got me over losing people I love.
Because they probably refuse to accept that you would give up on life, the same as you refuse to accept that you have to continue life. I'm sure your brother would not want you to give up though, just my opinion.<br />
-btw- my condolences on your loss
Because you are still here huni .. They want you with them x
i'm sorry for your lost and no one is gonna understand you unless they have lost someone close to them.
because they dont really care anyway
In reality, there is no such thing as separation. Time and space really are an illusion; there is only eternity and true love is eternal. He hasn't really gone anywhere.
My youngest brother died 12 yrs ago..<br />
It never leaves your mind..and if Adam is in my mind and in my heart, he will always be..with me..<br />
Like Ned, my parents life is shattered, scattered like his ashes, under the avocado tree, on our Kibbutz.
I give you my wishes..and, I didna read the comment under you question..I don;t know what to say..