judy
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At 6:57am on July 13, 2013, Jennifer Wilkins said…

Judy, I've never lost a loved one to suicide but I have lost a loved one in death.  And it hurts.  What has helped me cope is the promise from Jehovah God that we can see our dead loved ones again on earth.  Isaiah 26:19, Psalms 37:10, 11.  Jehovah also promised he will get rid of suffering and death forever.  Rev. 21:3, 4.  This has help me and countless others, I hope this gives you some comfort also.  I will keep you in my prayers.  Take care Judy. 

At 6:44am on July 13, 2013, Jennifer Wilkins said…
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At 6:36am on July 13, 2013, Jennifer Wilkins said…
Judy, I haven't lost a family member to suicide, but I know the pain when you do lose a loved on in death. I'm so sorry to her about your son. What helped me cope is the promise from Jehovah God that there will be no more death and suffering and that we can see our loved one's once again. Revelation 21:3,4 and Isaiah 26:19. Hope this helps you as it has helped me. I will keep you in my prayers.
At 6:36am on July 13, 2013, Jennifer Wilkins said…
Judy, I haven't lost a family member to suicide, but I know the pain when you do lose a loved on in death. I'm so sorry to her about your son. What helped me cope is the promise from Jehovah God that there will be no more death and suffering and that we can see our loved one's once again. Revelation 21:3,4 and Isaiah 26:19. Hope this helps you as it has helped me. I will keep you in my prayers.
At 9:35pm on December 26, 2011, Theresa Sweaney said…

Dear Judy,

Just like yourself, my other son and 3 grandchildren (and a daughter) are what have kept me going. I lost my son Charles this year in May.  My daughter is due to have my 4th grandbaby on the anniversary of Charles' death, and this thought brings me much joy.  Lord bless you and I pray 2012 is a better year for us all.  All the best to you.

Theresa

At 9:28pm on November 21, 2011, Theresa Sweaney said…

Dear Judy,

I lost my son Charles the same way this year on May 1.  How old was Chris?  Charles was 26.  His younger brother and I celebrated Charles 27th birthday together Sep. 19. Losing a child to a death by suicide is such a complex kind of grief.

At 7:33pm on April 10, 2011, judy said…

on friday 4-08-11 , it was 1 year since my son Chris Len Turrentine, died. a gun shot to the head. SUICIDE............. Chris, i miss you so much ..its been so hard ...I love You Chris ! ALWAYS..!!

At 5:37pm on March 20, 2011, Diane Hood said…
Judy I hope your doing okay my son Andy shoot himself 12/10/10 and I feel so empty without him, out of my four children he was my little prankster I really miss his weekly calls to me always happy something went very wrong but I know he's in Gods Hands stay in touch....................Diane
At 7:12pm on August 22, 2010, Carrie L said…
Hi Judy I am so sorry for your loss. I was reading the pages and shaking my head such trama and loss and sadness. I hope you are ok. i am not so ok. either... but we have to deal with it. Carrie L
At 4:05pm on June 1, 2010, LuLu said…
Judy - thank you so much for your response...I miss April terribly...we loved each other very much ..I am not angry with her...and despite what people say, I will never be angry with her...she was going thru a divorce..and her husband took everything..and I mean everything...he was in the navy so she was entitled to half of his retirement for all the years they were married and they shared a son...he sued for custody of the son and for all of his retirement - she had just lost her job (her own fault - she started drinking when all this happened and was not getting to work on time)...she lived in another state...but we talked and texted constantly...she kept telling me that everything was fine...she was taking care of everything...I offered to send money to help with her attorney fees - she said no..that ex-husband was taking care of all of that....then she wrote letters to us all - told us how much she loved us - left me instructions on her cremation and what she wanted with her...then took a pile of sleeping pills - her letter said "I wanted to do it all on my own..but it was just too hard...think of me as strong"....it was all pride...and no doubt about it..clinical depression which she had been taking medicatin for - but could no longer afford - when she was found, she was living in their house - her husband had called the bank to tell them to foreclose, she had no running water and no electricity...husband had taken the son since "he lived close to the school and it would be better for them - but I have custody and will control custody"...then she is served with the papers and he was suing for all, claimed she was unfit and she had no attorney because he refused...apparently husband thought it was all a joke...and of course, I have to be civil to him so I can maintain my relationship with my grandson...what a waste and loss of a beautiful life and a beautiful person..she always had a smile on her face ... we enjoyed and loved each other so much...she must have been at her lowest point...and you know as well as I do that one hour, one day, one month..one year - everything would have changed - she would have moved past this...her birthday is June 10th - don't know how I am going to make it thru that day but I have to - no choice - I have made it my project to go thru boxes and boxes of pictures to finish all of the scrapbooks and baby books for my kids (I have 2 other children - she was the middle child) - I want to complete everything and pass it on to them so they can remember as I do...I know people would think that what I am doing is bringing pain onto myself - but it actually helps to move thru all the memories and smile at her smiles...her sister and brother are devasted...I am so sorry about your son...I can not imagine finding him as you did...this is a lonely journey we are on - I speak to my other daughter and my close friend, but most people do not know what to say and mumble thru a condolence...hoping you won't pursue the topic - I can understand that, before this happened I am sure I would have done the same...I am hoping this support site helps me...I sit at work with a mask on my face trying to get thru the day...it is emotionally exhausting...I normally start crying as soon as I get in the car - guess it is a release...I know that I will never get over this...Lulu
 
 
 

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