(Closed) Dealing with death

posted 5 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
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1227 posts
Bumble bee

You really can’t make it better. Give him a hug, tell him you love him and let him have time with his grief. 

Post # 5
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1227 posts
Bumble bee

@CestTresJolie14:  I think making too big of a deal about it will make him feel self conscious about it. What he is feeling is normal, and so is your desire to make things better for him. But nothing you can do will fix how he feels. Only time will numb his grief. Sometimes we just need to be left alone to experience our feelings. Listen if he wants to talk. Be patient if he’s moody and not himself. And yes, give him a big hug. 

Post # 7
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Busy bee

Tell him that you love him and that’s it. Death is really hard to deal with. People say time will heal, but the pain never goes away. Someone said it well, ‘things will never be back to normal, it will just be a new kind of normal’

two years later and it still aches me having a close family member pass away, especially one who was suppose to walk you down the aisle whe you get married. 

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