Do you believe in the supernatural? Do you think that anyone has ever tried to contact you or send you signs from the other side?

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I have always believed in the supernatural , the after life and that our loved ones who pass on are still with us.
I am new here.
My name is Sonya
We just loss my son Justin M. Gregg on 10-4-10 he was only 24 yrs old.
We don't know what happen to him.
we saw him at 8:30 am he came in my room spoke to me, went in living room and we spoke for about 10 min , I told him he looked like he was tired or something he just kinda of blew me off.
I just thought he was tired as he had problems sleeping.
Went to wake him up around 11:30 am for work he went in at noon and he would not wake up.
After about 10 min of trying I got the key and found him passed out not breathing , no pulse in his computer chair.
I yelled for my husband, we called 911 and started CPR.
They took him to the ER and worked on him for about an hour and could not get his heart back beating.

My heart has been broken in so many pieces , as I am sure most of you know the pain of losing a loved one a child.
Its just unbearable.
http://memorialwebsites.legacy.com/JustinGregg/Homepage.aspx

Above is his memorial web site I just made last night for him.
Thank you for listening.
Sonya
Hi Sonya - I have almost exactly the same story. My son Tyler was 24 when I found him this past January. I found him in work unresponsive. His birthday was Sept 19th. The pain is unbearable. One of the only things that help is knowing people like yourself are going through the same thing.
Did you all ever find out what happen to your boy?
Its so hard not knowing.
I just don't know how to go on.
The pain is so bad, and everybody I speak to who has lost a child even if it was 20 yrs ago they say the same thing the pain never goes away.
So how do you learn to go on?
How do you go on living?



JoAnn Brozowski said:
Hi Sonya - I have almost exactly the same story. My son Tyler was 24 when I found him this past January. I found him in work unresponsive. His birthday was Sept 19th. The pain is unbearable. One of the only things that help is knowing people like yourself are going through the same thing.
I just don't know how to go on.
The pain is so bad, and everybody I speak to who has lost a child even if it was 20 yrs ago they say the same thing the pain never goes away.
So how do you learn to go on?
How do you go on living?



JoAnn Brozowski said:
Hi Sonya - I have almost exactly the same story. My son Tyler was 24 when I found him this past January. I found him in work unresponsive. His birthday was Sept 19th. The pain is unbearable. One of the only things that help is knowing people like yourself are going through the same thing.
Sonya, I watch tv. I spend over 1/2 my day here. I get involved in Wheel and Jeopardy and then try to watch comedy. I know that Candace is HAPPY where she's at. I HAVE to believe that. Just post your feelings here so they don't fester inside and really push u over the edge. We're all in the same boat (wishing it would sink) but we need to be strong so we can be w/our children again. I'm trying to be kinder than usual. Score points for when I get to se my Baby.
Friday night or early Saturday am we heard this loud sound, the dogs all started barking.
My brother in law is staying with us for a bit so I thought maybe he dropped something or had issues getting off the futon .
Well when I got up Saturday am the TV in the living room and the cable was all out, and the light in kitchen all which is on the same fuse in fuse box well switch.
I had to reset the fuse switch , something made the fuse kick off.
Now the TV that went out ,my son bought this TV , he loved that TV. Flat screen, HD, etc.
WE have lived in this house over 10 yrs and that fuse switch has NEVER went out b4.
We had the one on other side of kitchen go out, this is an older house so you can't put too much on one fuse line thingy if you do it will throw the fuse.
I just know that was my son who threw that fuse just trying to figure out if he was just trying to tell me mom I am here.
Cause I keep telling him please send me a sign that you are ok , that you are still with me.
The same TV has went out for a minute or two since my son passed away on Oct 4th, 2010.
And it was not the electric it was just the TV because if it was the electric you would have to wait for the DISH to set back up etc.
My husband said the TV did that to him once or twice too the TV would just flash off and come back on.
YES YES YES! Pretzel Truck, our truck is having problems overheating. I was looking for our mechanic yesterday and he was right there across the street! When my man was still alive, he was very hard to reach and took days to have him come fix the truck... and I happened to have the $20. Paul owed him. I can feel the presence.


Melissa said:
My boyfriend always felt bad when I would get upset and start crying. If we were having a serious conversation and my eyes started to fill with tears he would make a funny face at me til I either smiled or laughed. After his sudden death on Christmas Eve morning he came to me in his way. 2 days after he died, I was on the phone with my friend and was hysterically crying. All of a sudden I dropped my signal on my cell phone. When I looked at my phone, I had 3 bars. Every time I cried on the phone I dropped my call but it never happened when I wasn't crying. Then later that night at work (we worked together at the same bar), I started breaking down again. As I cried the light outside the front door, where I was working, began to flicker. I stopped crying. Later when I started crying again, the light flickered again. The light switch is in the office where no one was at. That light has never flickered before or since then. I believe it was his way to make me stop crying since he couldn't make a face at me....may sound stupid but that's what I believe.


Sonya Morgan said:
I just don't know how to go on.
The pain is so bad, and everybody I speak to who has lost a child even if it was 20 yrs ago they say the same thing the pain never goes away.
So how do you learn to go on?
How do you go on living?



JoAnn Brozowski said:
Hi Sonya - I have almost exactly the same story. My son Tyler was 24 when I found him this past January. I found him in work unresponsive. His birthday was Sept 19th. The pain is unbearable. One of the only things that help is knowing people like yourself are going through the same thing.
Yes to the girl with the story about crying. When I am too long on the computer, he would say get off the computer! Come visit me! now that he is not physically here, the computer gets so glitchy1 or gets disconnected from the internet!

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