I am so sorry for your loss. I know it hurts, but unfortunately death is a part of life. Instead on focusing on the fact your gama isn't here, focus on the good times you had with her. Think about the things that she did that made you smile and laugh. Know she will always be in your heart.
hey i know what u r going though my great gramma passed this year at the age of 98.... the best thing u can do is to remember all the good things u all did and to talk to some one about it dont hid it in its ok to cry....im here if u need to talk
Done with what. I'm pretty sure your grandma wouldn't want that. It hurts and stinks but you get over it. My grandma died this summer. Her 100th birthday party turned into a funeral. She told somebody that if she had died before the party she wanted us to have the party anyway.
I know what your going through.... there is nothing anyone can say or do to make your pain ease. Everything takes time. Time will heal your pain.... Just know that they are in better health with our good Lord and they are watching over you... and they will always be in your heart. just cherish the memories that you have had with her. don't dwell on what should or could of been...
my dad died 2 years ago.. he is happy now I know cuz he is now in good health and not sick anymore :) ... we doesn't want him to be sad up there so we're trying to be happy as much as possible.. do the same thing, and continue to live a good and happy life, you'll be meeting again soon for sure!! stay HAPPY :)
Most all people love their close relatives. It about brought me to my knees when I lost mine. It is the cycle of life. Stay busy always hold her close in your heart, she's always with you and possibly in a much greater place right now than you are. Live your own life. You'll maybe marry and strive to be a wonderful grandparent yourself! Make your Grandma proud.
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Look at it this way....your grandmother had a nice long life. She enjoyed it and has a lot of family that cares deeply about her passing. Nobody lives forever. It was just her time. That's what makes the tragedy in Sandy Hook so bad. Those kids and young teachers didn't get their share of life. Be happy for your grandmother. She's happy where she's at and in a great position to look after you.
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"death is only a chapter, so tear out the pages of yesterday...dont give up hope my friend this is not the end" ive lost to friends to suicide so i can relate...just hang in there all you gotta do is keep her legacy alive in your heart remember all the good things and now she would want you to smile so wipe your tears and be happy she is watching over you now...best of luck :)
Time passes. Only Time will heal the hurt. All you can do is keep the good memories in your heart and mind. You will cherish them forever. My most honest advice is to take the time to write a paragraph when you are really missing her. Keep these short notes. That way you can Re read them later. It will be nice to go over them as the years pass as a reminder of what she meant to you. It's OK to cry. and It's OK to chat about it.
grand mas do that. we all do someday. don't mourn her passing .celebrate and remember the times you had together. she wouldnt want you greiving she would want you to remember the memories she gave you. I'm a grand parent.