7 months ago
Last edited at 9:22PM on 8/18/2013
It's pretty hard I know how you feel my grampa died when my mom was 7, my brother died three years ago, my grandma died 1or 2 years ago, my great grandma died last year and my uncle just died this year:/
It's really hard. It is easier when you barely knew someone. If they are very nice and everything to you that mean the world to you, they are there for you. They loved you and still do. They are keeping an eye on you in the sky. The person you miss will be waiting for you and inviting you into their house. :) <3
It is always difficult to admit the fact that they have passed away. Grief over losing a loved one is not something that should be taken lightly. It happens in stages from denial all the way to recovery. You can seek the help of a professional to get through this. See http://www.helpguide.org/mental/grief_loss.htm.
There is a bond that forms when two people come together in any given relationship. This bond cannot be seen with our physical eyes but can be felt on an emotional and spiritual level. When a loved one dies, the bond that was forged between you and that person is broken but the emotional connection remains long after.
Hard as it may be, the grieving process is necessary in order to move forward in life. And as difficult as it may be to believe, one day you will see a light at the end of the tunnel. Until then, may the peace of the Lord be upon you.
Along with the above comments, the reason why it's so hard to deal with is because we were not created to die. It's as simple as that. We were created to live forever. Because of the sin of Adam and Eve, all humans are born imperfect and subject to death. But there is a hope for us in the future that our Creator, Jehovah God has set out for us. This promise is found at Revelation 21:4, where it says: "And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away."