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... There are often issues around the death of a person close to you. ... (4 replies)
... I have had many replies to my queries re. resolving guilt and relief. But how does one get over the fact that the death was in fact a release. ... (4 replies)
... How does one cope with the feelings of grief and relief after losing a child? ... (1 replies)

... with progressive kidney failure and ramifications of it. He died of a massive heart attack in my living room while being on the phone with our son just 2 hours after being released from the hospital after suffering a 'minor' heart attack. ... (1 replies)
... Thank you Erik. You are the first person who has actually summed up my feelings. What you wrote is exactly how I have been feeling. You really have helped me to put things into perspective. Thanks so much. (4 replies)
... WOW that is sad that you feel that way about your child. I think some therapy might help you get past the anger and hurt you feel about your child. He had an addiction and was sick so try and think of it as a disease that he took out on you. He was sick both mentally and physically. Gambiling is a serious addiction and he couldn't help it. Its a sickness like any other... (4 replies)
... Ren, Please know that there is guilt within each one of us for one reason or another. When my husband was very ill and suffering so much, I'd hear him throwing up each and every morning. I used to wake up in the middle of the night and go downstairs to the basement or outside, stuff a towel in my mouth and cry the crying of angels. I use to pray that I would want God... (4 replies)
... I lost my 26 yr old son to suicide 12 years ago and it is a pain I will carry with me the rest of my life. The first two years after his death are a blur. My husband and I would run around like we were really had it together but we didn't. ... (22 replies)
... en I stop by here to visit old friends on the lung cancer board I scan A few other boards so came across Piper's post. I lost my mom to lung cancer in Nov. 2006 after a 2.5 yr battle. ... (6 replies)
... Hi everyone. My mom died a week ago today after a very long battle with cancer. ... (1 replies)
... I feel weird posting here because of the circumstances surrounding my 9 yr old son's death. I need the relief of sharing it even though I'm afraid of negative feedback. My son David was 9 yrs old and all of his life we thought he had a severe form of Autism. ... (4 replies)
... I started with this group when my husband was diagnosed with lung cancer and I think the last post I wrote was when he died in January. I looked after him at home right up until six days before he died. His kids all live here in this city and mine are scattered around. ... (1 replies)
... I have hobbies which I enjoy, so I take advantage of my alone time to pursue them. I spend a great deal of time in making quilts to donate to world relief efforts, feeling that this way of helping those less fortunate is now my purpose in life at this stage until life presents me with a new purpose. ... (8 replies)
... After the one year, I printed out each page and put it in a notebook but it as a relief for me so I continued my intermittent letters to Mikey. ... (6 replies)
Delayed Grief
Jan 31, 2007
... my middle daughter passed away in '97. after 10 months of working, working, working I spent the night in the psych ward of a local hospital. Tied a good load on and my family was concerned. ... (4 replies)
... e following week it was confirmed that the cancer was in the gall bladder and had spread to the liver and stomach. Treatment was pointless, it would just be pain relief and the prognosis was brought down to 12 months. ... (1 replies)

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