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Anyone who has lost a family member suddenly, or who has lost someone close where the cause of death remains a mystery
Latest Conversations: Mar 26, 2016
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Started by Cecilia Maxwell. Last reply by Tanya Griffin Oct 16, 2013.
The problem with the sudden death is it catches us completely off guard. It is like that show" I didn't know I was pregnant"
I have had several unexpected deaths. The last being my child.
I can remember one where the person had called me and I did not feel like talking because I was upset with them for something.
They died of a heart attack the next morning I thought I should have called back and at least talked to them now it is too late.
I guess the lesson is that in life there is always a chance that today is your last day.
Forgiving others is healthful to yourself and will leave you with a clear conscience.
I think when someone young dies I have learned that family and friends may have more issues and arguing or tensions going on around the death trying to figure a way it could have been prevented, such as the case with my daughters death and her car breaking down.
I just wonder when the lump in my throat will go away, this feeling of helplessness and loss. How do you get it to go away?
Does anyone know how to get rid of a reoccurring lump in throat? Would crying help?
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