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Loss from multiple deaths...
Welcome to the "Multiple Losses" page. This is a special place for those who have lost more than one loved one in a relatively short period of time. You have an unusually heavy burden to carry, trying to overcome grief caused by multiple losses. You may also feel a special kind of anger and frustration with the "unfairness" of it all. It is unfair, and our heart goes out to you.
You may feel overwhelmed, not know how to even start dealing with your bereavements. Our advice to you is don't even try. Don't "deal with it". Just endure it and get by one day at a time. We know that in time, you will overcome this tragedy and come back to life without your loved ones.
May you begin to heal by telling others about the loss of your loved ones, and also find some comfort in similar stories posted by other folks grieving multiple losses.
Here is just one example of the amazing empathy and advice that was shared from just one post in the original Yourspace Blog (Multiple Losses):
Lost Two Husbands to Suicide
"My first husband and I were married at 21. We were married for 13 years and although we were divorced I still loved him and have 2 wonderful children with him. He had developed throat cancer and couldn't eat or drink by mouth. His parents found him dead with an empty vodka bottle next to him."
Read the whole post here if you would like, then come on back:
Ready to tell your story? Then join us in The Grief Club, it's very easy and you'll be glad you did.
We have transitioned the "Yourspace" Blog to a full-blown Grief Forum, complete with private messaging if you feel a connection to another guest.
There are many more benefits to joining this club than just access to the supportive Forums. Read all about it here. Then join so you can tell your own story.