Give it time. I lost my only child, my daughter Candace on April 9, 2010 at just turned 30 yrs old. I then lost my little brother Doug on September 22, 2014, he was 54, in less than two months he would be 55. I don't expect to EVER be completer again. It really knocked me for a loop and I don't feel sane. I'm not crazy, I would never harm anyone, but the depression is all encompassing.. We have an older brother and sister. We stay in contact by mail and phone because I live in a different state. They all lived in the same state.They weren't as close to Doug as I was because they're older, although my sister is close to Doug. I can't seem to put things in past tense.
This is Doug on his wedding day 12/0.8/90. They have a daughter who's going to college to be a Doctor.
Candace I am sorry for your loss also. Death is so unnatural we yearn to see our loved ones again. Death is truly an enemy. My prayers go out for you. I too have lost so many it sometimes feels crazy.....But with the strength that God gives i am able to hold on. Wishing you peace. And that's a beautiful picture of your brother.
Thank you, he's a good man.His daughter is going to school to become a doctor. My brother was a Respritory Therapist and his wife is a nurse. My name is Melinda, Candace is my daughter who left us 4/09/10. Then my friend of 40 yrs passed from a heart-attack. I'm overwhelmed by these deaths of people I LOVE so very much!! Sorry you're here Margaret.
Elyse I am so sorry for your loss. I lost my oldest brother on Feb7th 2014 and it seems like yesterday
I have experienced many loses in my life and it seems like you never get over it you just learn to cope. Time does make it easier. One of the things that has helped me is studying the scriptures.
The promises in God's word that give hope for the dead is very comforting. I have posted many different things on my page that has helped many to find comfort in God's word. My prayers go out for you.