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I feel for you. I'm SO VERY sorry!! My lil bro is almost 3 yrs younger than me. He had PHT. I wanted to give him one of my lungs but he told me, "it won't be a good ending". I think he thought we'd both die. He was 54 yrs old with a loving wife and his only child, Ashley adores him. His Spirit came to visit them but they were scared. When my daughter's Spirit came to me, it freaked me out but I was overjoyed!!! We will be reunited!
I lost my younger brother 3 weeks. I am crying all the time and still can't believe he is gone
HiKaren, I agree. Even there is no response, the sharing is so important. I know how it is to just cry and cry when I think of my brother. I loved him so much. We have to take care of ourselves. My mother used to say that grieving never stops. It just gets less intense over the years. Well, I am inclined to agree with her.
This happens to me too when I discuss my sister Lisa. I usually start crying-so much is still so raw. I too love this site and even if people don't respond it still is a place to share. Take care and God Bless.
Losing people has changed me forever! My Grandma-who raised me, my daughter, my brother, my Mom, my best friend, and too many others!!! I asked God to give me all of Candace's problems but I never thought it would include her. I think God let Candace die instead of one of her girls. I just don't understand but when I cross-over it will all be perfectly clear. Lord, Bless all of us here, Amen.
Melinda, the grieving process has no expiration date. I lost my mother on 10/18/1999 and there is not a day that does not go by that I do not think of her. After her passing, I conducted a "Coping With The Loss of a Loved One" roundtable and people of different walks of life attended. It really help me to understand that it s okay to cry and think about your loved one; knowing they are no longer suffering. Also, I learned how to be selfless and not selfish.
You are so welcome. No I am Janelle from Cleveland, Ohio. Honestly, I lived in Astoria, NY for the past 5 years. Prior to that, I lived in Harlem, NY for 3 years and I lived in Cleveland, Ohio for all but, 8 years of my life. I have never been to California.
Thanks Janelle. Douglas Edwin Guinn is his name We're from CA.I went to Roosevelt/Mayfair with a girl named Janelle. Could it be you?
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