My family

by Anynomous

Im only 15 and ive been through a lot. When i was two my uncle passed away. ya i was two so i didnt know much about him. When i was 5 my uncle died in a car accident by a drunk driver. He was probably the best uncle i had. When i was 8 my Step father died. He was pretty much my dad. he razed me like i was his own son. He loved me for who i am and he also died by a drunk driver. Then my next uncle died when i was 12. He taught me how to do many things that you do in everyday life. All of the sudden its coming back. my emotions are out of wack and idk what to do. i just randomly started to cry in class today and i couldnt stop for the rest of the day. How do i get over this?

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Feb 14, 2012
by: Rachael

I can understand how hard this must all have been for you. I'm quite a private person who doesn't really like to talk to people about how I'm feeling, but more recently I've been able to and felt that it really helped me.

When I was 12 my Uncle and then my Grandad died within a couple of months of each other. At 17 my Dad died, and just before Christmas my Nana. All of these people were close family members, without whom my life will never be the same, and I feel that I will always ben missing a piece. The reason that I'm on here today is that my cousin, who lost his Dad all those years ago when I was 12 is now 17 and has just lost another Uncle, on the other side of his family. But he's strong, like you are. Time will pass, and it might not get easier, but you may feel differently. Try and keep good people around you. Take care.

Jan 24, 2012
multiple losses
by: Emily

I have had multiple losses in my life. Three of my Grandparents have died. Grandad when I was 8,Nan when I was 9 and my Grandad two months ago when I was 15.
Don't worry about crying it is normal.
I cry most of the time because I miss mine everyday and it is painful but just gotta keep going on with your life
think of all your goals for your life and focus on that
and the rest of your family. Thats the best thing I can advise.
Sorry for your loss :(

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