I've lost many blood brothers that i was really close to in front of me. look into people for comfort talking to them, friends or family that's what i did and i found out i have PTSD so I'm seeing a therapist it works to.
I'm so sorry for your loss. Honestly, if you need to talk then talk to someone. If you don't, then don't. Do whatever you need to make it feel better, but self-harm, drugs, alcohol abuse and suicide are never the answer.
You could just ignore it, sweep it all under the rug like it is all just a bad dream. That you just woke up from. You could act like you're not sure why everyone is sad, and you're not sure what's going on. Then when you are ready acknowledge it one step at a time.
Yeah, been there done that, twice, They will never truly leave you, as long as they're in your heart. It may be hard for the first five months, maybe even longer, but know they're in a better place, remember the laughs you've had. You'll make it.
You do it by putting one foot in front of the other and keep moving on. I know it hurts. You feel like part of your heart has literally been ripped out. You cry and you mourn. But you move on as well even if you just do it one step at a time. Some days will be worse than others, but you get thru it. If You will need to talk about it, and when you are ready find someone. A family member, another friend, a counselor, or join a group, just talk and get it out. I am very sorry for your loss.
My best friend and person I believed I would spend the rest of my life with died 8 years ago. You just keep going and hold onto the good memories . It's not easy but it's what he/ she would want . I'm sorry for your loss.
I'm really sorry about that I lost someone important to me too, but you have to remember that just 'cause they died doesn't mean you have to be miserable because that's not what your friend would want for you to do.
When I was 10 my best friend was murdered by her mom on the military base we were stationed at.. What you can do is just pray.Maybe go leave something at there door.I left my part of my friendship necklace with a teddy bear for her.Dont get over it though remember you friend for ever all the good memories you had and fun.Just try to move forward.
So sorry for your loss. I lost my best friend almost 10 years ago, still miss him greatly. It does get easier but it takes time. I used to still talk to him as if he were here, I would put my feelings into words just to get them out. All you can really do is remember the good times you'd had and be thankful for those memories.