One Month Later

by Megan

A month ago, on the 28th April 2010 I received a phone call that a childhood friend of 11 years had died in a horrible car accident earlier that morning. He was my absolute everything- my big brother, my best friend and my pillar of support in times when everybody else just seemed to turn away.

The irony was that we had spoken over the phone just the previous evening, so the fact that he had died just didn't register. Even though we lived a great distance from each other, we still managed to talk every day over the phone... When he died I felt so naked and alone. A month later the pain seems to be getting worse, not better. I know that I'd do anything to have him back, but I also know that its not possible

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Apr 01, 2010
First Months The Easiest
by: Down Under

Megan, condolences on the loss of your friend. The first month is the easiest I think, that's when we are in disbelief and the numbness gets us through. Heading into the 2nd month is when we start to realise that we have lost someone close and the pain, anger, sadness; all those horrible emotions creep up, and this is the beginning of the grief process. Be strong Megan, and do not be afraid to let your feelings show, as bottling them up will only make it harder. All the best.

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