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Death and Grieving Coping with loss is difficult at any age, but you are not alone during this difficult time. Reach out to other users in this forum.

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Grief come back to bite me. - November 28th 2009, 08:29 PM

I've got tears running down my cheeks uncontrollably, I'm so tired I can't think straight and I feel there's no support - my mum's in bed, my dad's away and none of my friends will be awake now.

Holly died on the 16th September this year. 2 months ago. I thought I was cured, but this evening all that grief has come back and bit me. I just watched Casualty and it was all about suicide and grieving, and all the memories and awful images I had in my head the day she died are back again. Are these demons always going to come back when I hear about suicide? I don't want my life to be controlled by memories of an old friend that I can no longer see.

Holly Grogan, my friend, died 16.09.2009.
Goodbye, Holly.
May your smile light up the face of heaven.

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Re: Grief come back to bite me. - November 29th 2009, 10:37 AM

Hey there,

I am so sorry that you are going through this It only happened two months ago, which is very recent really. It can take a long time to grief after you have lost someone close. But it will get easier in time and hopefully the pain will lessen in time as well. When you see something similar on TV it can trigger memories but hopefully in time these memories will become happier ones of the time you spent together.

Have you ever talked to anyone about how you feel? If not it might be a good idea to just get things out. I am always here for you if you want to chat. Stay strong.
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Re: Grief come back to bite me. - November 29th 2009, 10:48 PM

hey i am sorry griefing can be hard even if you loved her alot and i am happy that you are reaching out for help but the thing that i do is you could write letters to her and the have a special place in your room for her

Have you talked to your mom about hoe you feel,maybe if you talked to someone that you can trust like a best friend, a teacher , or a friends parent

I know you pm me and there is nothing worng with it and i am glad that you did but i know it always shows that i am online but i am not so please i am not trying to avoid you but i promise that i will always get back to you

i will be glad to help you with what ever you need and you coluld always pm when ever you need to talk
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