My beloved son.

by Mary Brooks
(I owa ,U.S.A)

My son passed away on ap.2,at 48yrs. old. It was sudden. I can't seem to cope feel like I've lost part of myself. I spend the day's in bed. Some time's I eat other;s I don't.People say to me to move on with my life. I think about him all the time. I have built a little shrine there and pray to be with him. At Christmas time I tried take my life. I just miss him so much and I cry all the time.People try to help but just don't understand that if you havent been there then don't know how I feel.

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Mar 23, 2012
Let me help..
by: Still Heartbroken

My beloved son died December 27, 2010. He was 36. I feel your feelings and your pain. I have heard all the same things as you. They try to help but sometimes it makes it worse. Please know that you are loved and if we can lean on each other maybe we will take one step and one breath at a time together. Please write to me and I will listen and never tell you to move on. We can hope to move forward but never on. I love you.

Mar 23, 2012
I know how you feel
by: Anonymous

My dear,

I know how you feel because 9 months ago my dear son 37 years old dentist has commited suicide jumped from 21 floor because his wife bulling him and drove him to depression. She knew that he was suicidal but did not prevent it. Any way my dear, the pain is not going away. I take depression pills and still I am crying and I am totally sad and going weekly to therapist and psychiatrist. I pray a lot. What helps me is in going to Leslie Flint after life recording in Internet I am listening to spirit people who is talking. Leslie Flint is a famous medium who died 16 years ago and has been tested a lot. It proves to me that my son is alive in spirit and one day soon I will join him. Remember when your time comes you will see your son and will stay with him for ever. Keep praying for him.

your friend

Mar 23, 2012
I know how you feel
by: rayolife

HI,
I have experienced all those same feelings.
I lost my son, David, 28 yrs old, almost 4 years ago. I never thought I would survive this much longer without him. He had just returned home from 15 months with the Army on the front lines in Afghanistan. In 2004, he had been deployed to Irag. He was killed in a highway accident by an unlicensed commercial truck driver who was a repeat DUI offender. He was driving to meet his fiance for lunch before they were to leave for a week's vacation. The state trooper told me more young men are killed on America's highways than in the war zone. I was in shock for 6 months, I could not return to work as a public school teacher. I went to counseling, took medication, read hundreds of books, wrote in my journal, donated money to charitable organizations that he was interested in. I do alot of volunteer work for the military, started a memorial scholarship in his name, adopted a section of the highway to keep clean, and I'm active in my church. I had to stay busy 24/7 so I would not constantly think about him. He was the sunshine of my life, he never met a stranger, and was loved by everyone he met. Do things that would make him proud of you.

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