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Death of friend...
Welcome to the "Lost Friend" page. So you have recently lost a friend to death. He or she may have been a co-worker, neighbor, family friend, or even your "best friend". It is tough to lose a friend, as we need all we can get! The loss of a special friend leaves a hole in your heart forever. You are sure to miss their presence, their warmth or advice, a smile and support when you need it.
Losing a friend may also force you to confront your own mortality (This could happen to me!)
May you begin to heal by telling others about the loss of your own special friend, and also find some comfort in similar stories posted by others grieving the loss of a friend.
Here is just one example of the amazing empathy and advice that was shared from just one post in the original Yourspace Blog (Lost Friend):
I watched my best friend die
"My best friend and I spent every single day together. Every day. We were walking across a train track crossing at the right time when the sign said it was ok and everything. My best friends shoelace got caught in the track. We couldn't get it out or take his shoe off and by this point we were panicking. We heard the train before we saw it."
Read the whole post here if you would like, then come on back:
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We have transitioned the "Yourspace" Blog to a full-blown Grief Forum, complete with private messaging if you feel a connection to another guest.
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