Post # 1
So, a few months ago, my Fiance and I dealt with something very, very tragic. His cousin, who was only a teenager passed away. The circumstances surrounding the death were incredibly tragic. She was missing for over a week before they found her. And even then, we were hoping and praying that it was quick, but we later found out that it was anything but quick. The whole thing was so depressing; it was stressful and scary when she was missing, and worse when they found her, and even worse when we learned the details.I think that what made this so sad is that she was so young, with so much life ahead of her. She was smart, and so, so kind. And for me, the worse part of it was knowing that she suffered soo much at the end, and that she was all alone.
I thought that I was over it, but I am friends with her on facebook and her account is still active. It pops into my newsfeed everyday cuz she has those daily horoscopes. So every so often I go and see what people post on her wall. Well today someone posted a youtube link to a song that someone wrote about her. I was shocked at how much he knew. He knew that it was a suicide, even though the media never mentioned it. So anyway, I just broke down after hearing the song. I guess I’m still not over it.
Sorry, I guess this post has no real purpose. I just had to get my feelings out. Fiance is not home, and even if he were, this is still a difficult subject to deal with. Anyway, thanks for listening.
Post # 3
@nutMeg13: I’m so so sorry 🙁 ((((HUGS))))
Post # 5
I’m so sorry for your loss (((HUG)))
Post # 6
*hugs* Losing someone is a big deal. The pain never goes away. I would imagine losing someone in a traumatic manner is even worse. Feel through your grief. It’s okay. My dad died almost 10 years ago and I still break down and cry like I just found out sometimes.
Post # 7
Thanks everyone. It is really difficult to deal with, all the circumstances. As I said, she commited suicide, and had been depressed. What is so bad is that someone “close” to her told her to go kill herself. Then, she texted this girl telling her that she was doing it, and this girl did nothing. If she had gone to the police with that text, they would have found her in time, and she would still be with us to say.
To this day I have strong urges to punch this other girl in the face.
Post # 8
@nutMeg13: I’m sorry for your loss 🙁
Post # 9
Aww i’m so sorry for you and your Fiance loss (HUGS)….death is very tragic especially when it involves a family member that is very young. There are no words that I could express, but please accept my deepest sympathies to you and your Fiance (and family!)….
And to think someone that cruel would instigate her to commit suicide and the other just does nothing about the circumstance. What a cruel world we live in..
My nana passed away back in 2000 during thanksgiving, I have honestly never gotten over the pain of loosing her..I loved her sooo much. The pain never really goes away, but your heart will heal in time and will remember all the cherished and fond memories!!!!
Post # 10
I am so sorry. *hugs* Losing someone is incredibly hard, especially when they are young. When I was in high school, a friend committed suicide, and while he wasn’t family, I still haven’t gotten over it. I have also lost a grandfather suddenly and my aunt told me recently she is dying of cancer, so I know it does suck.
I am sorry that your FI’s cousin didn’t have a better friend. It just shows you how some people can be.