My church has given me permission to divorce my family. They believe i should be over his loss. I miss him so much. So i spend my holiday time with my husbands family who help remeber the good and funny josh..now my father is dieing. My family thinks i cant deal with the
Oss of my father. But i have been watching him the last 10 years. I cant let go of my sons things because i feel it would be disrespectful to him. Sometimes i wish it were over as no one can possible understand the pain i feel. We had so many things we were going to do. I feel i have let him down by putting things off. I thought there would always be a tomorrow.

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Comment by liz pozniak on February 17, 2012 at 10:11am
Thank you. It hurts that only my inlaws remember us on his birthday and day of loss. My family is clueless and uncaring
Comment by JoAnn Brozowski on February 15, 2012 at 7:55am

Dear Liz - I lost my only child, my son Tyler, at age 24 on 01/26/10.  You are right - no one knows the pain we feel except those of us on this site.  His room is exactly as it was the morning he left the house. I can't even go in it, nevermind clean it out.  Others look at me strangely when I tell them that.  But my therapist (God bless that woman) tells me that I can do anything I need to in order to get through this.  If it means NEVER giving up his things than that's okay.  You have absolute permission on this site to say or feel anything - we all understand and have experienced it ourselves.

God Bless You

JoAnn

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