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I cant seem to get it pass me every year i miss him it just doesnt get out of my mind. I want want him here next to me!!! It will be 6 Years April 15th he's been gone! Every year when it gets close to my birthday I get so stressed do to him gone to what happened that year....really screwed me up! I miss him so much!


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Re: 6 Years - April 12th 2014, 09:48 PM

Hi there, Leslie.

You didn't give much information for me to provided sufficient support/advice, however I want you to know that I'm sorry for your loss, and try to understand that some things are out of our control. I'm sure he was an amazing person; so continue to remember him, cherish the memories you had made and experienced with him, and keep pushing forward within your own life (despite how hard it may be).

Keep your head up, my friend.


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Re: 6 Years - April 13th 2014, 05:00 PM

Hey there,

I'm really sorry for your loss.

Losing someone you love is heartbreaking. I know that it's terribly difficult not to look back each time and feel his absence and the hurt that comes with it, but much like Chris said, remembering all of the good and special moments you did share with him is so important.

I lost someone really special to me a few years ago. I know that it's hard to not think about them as being gone, but one thing I found that helped me was thinking about their presence in my heart and remembering that the love we shared will always be alive there. From what I can see, he did mean a lot to you. So perhaps trying to think about that may help you as well?

Another thing that I've found helpful is creating things that remind you of good times, which is something that could help you when you think about something upsetting. Whether you create a scrap book and make a little story on the side of a photo to remember a day or event or maybe journal about good things you did together -- having something good to look back on when you miss him is always great.

Always keep in mind that you're not alone. If you ever need to talk, we're here for you.

Take care.



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