so unfair

by jennifer
(london)

Earlier this year I lost my aunt to cancer. No one else knew she had cancer so it came as a shock. Earlier that year she had taken me to start up at university after not seeing her for 2 years, she was like my mum ( my mums sister) as I lost my mum when I was 4.

I think im most angry at the fact she has four children who will now go through what I went through, not having a mum can be painful at times but ill be there for them.

Today I found out my grandad died, Im not sure of the circumstances but I just feel like theres no point in much anymore. My grandma is hurting the most, I wouldnt know how to deal with loosing 2 children and a husband.

I started doing excersise as soon as I find out and then just broke into tears, I dont know how Im supposed to go on doing what I do Im hurting way too much

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Aug 09, 2012
so Unfair
by: Dee U.K.

Jennifer I am so sorry for your loss of your aunt and also your grandfather.
My husband died 3 months ago from a deadly cancer. It rips through families and tears them apart. there is no easy way to grieve but to support each other in pain. Talk to each other about how you are feeling. this is the way you help each other to work out their own grief. You can also use a grief counsellor to support you all at different levels of grief. It is only time that will allow us to heal from our losses.

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