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Missing Her - September 19th 2013, 10:49 PM

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I just got struck with overwhelming emotion. I really miss my friend, Kate S. She died almost five years ago from the mixture of her lung disorder and pneumonia. It happened on Christmas Day and she was only 22 when she died.

I've been thinking of her less and less as the years go by, but every now and again I just getting a sudden wave of emotions. She helped me up from rock bottom, stopped me from doing something I know I'd regret back in 2006. I never thanked her, and I had 728 days to thank her.

I talk to her former step-sister from time to time, but she doesn't know anything. I want to tell her, though. I want to tell her everything and more... Things she deserves to know.
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Re: Missing Her - September 20th 2013, 12:06 AM

Its normal to have rushes of emotions once in awhile about people you care about who have died.

I was only 8 or 9 when my great grandmother died, and once in awhile, ill see a picture, or do through old family videos, and see her.

Its okay to be upset, and to cry.
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Re: Missing Her - September 20th 2013, 02:30 AM

I'm sorry for your loss. You know, I still get those same 'wave' of emotions from time to time when I think about my best friends dad who was like another father to me. It is perfectly normal, and healthy to think about them once in awhile, and receive those flow of emotions (as long as they don't intrude on your life).

Don't feel like you should have to hold those emotions in, or change them. Again, they are normal/healthy, and it's ok for you to have them.

Keep your head up!

Best wishes,

I hope you know that you deserve it all. The best, the most honest, the most beautiful purest love in the world. Not only to be loved by others, but to be loved by yourself. To look in the mirror and think "Yes, I'm exactly who I want to be". To speak up and be proud of yourself. To be brave and open. You deserve the nicest and most caring people to walk into your life. You deserve it all, you know. The whole world...
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