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Finally Talking and it Feels GREAT!
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I never had anyone that I could speak with about my brothers death...  Friends didn't understand and couldn't help, and parents never wanted to speak about it; it hurt them too much.  I bottled…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mel Aug 23, 2013.

Finding People to Talk to....
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I never know who I can talk to at school about my brothers death...  None of my friends understand; thankfully so, because I would never want them to!  I feel alone though because they don't know…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sophia Aug 6, 2012.

Need to know that I can talk without having done so in years.
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My brother died 10 years ago.  He was four; I was seven.  Now I'm seventeen, almost eighteen, and I look back on his death differently than when I was seven.  I haven't talked about my brother in so…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Melissa Broome Nov 30, 2011.

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About Me:
I'm seventeen years old and still in high school. I'll be going to college next year and am super excited about that! I enjoy writing and reading. Poetry is my favorite form of writing! Dancing and listening to music is awasome too! My family and friends are my world and I love them so much!
About my Loss:
My brother became sick around the age of two; I was around five. He just became sicker and sicker until he passed when he was four. I, myself, was seven.

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That Little Girl

When I was a little girl,

I thought I could climb the tallest mountain

And grasp the whole world.

As I got older and learned more,

I realized that some doors would close,

But that didn’t mean I’d be forever banned to soar.

Somewhere in the middle of then and now,

I lost myself to personal strife,

And almost took my final bow.

Luckily I regained faith and relearned what it meant to live,

Because I had almost lost sight of…

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Posted on July 20, 2013 at 7:06pm

Eleven Years

It's been eleven years,

and still I shed tears.

The time flew

and the pain of losing you,

is like the early morning dew;

Always there,

through all the where and tear.

That night, will forever be engrained

inside my head,

and the memories will never lay

fast alseep, well rested and tucked into bed.

No wishing on a shooting star,

will ever change what was lost

eleven years ago.

It won't get me…

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Posted on June 28, 2012 at 11:25pm

I wonder what I truly remember after all the times I reminisce. Could it be true memories, Or just skewed visions amiss? Sometimes I remember swinging in the back yard, kicking my legs up all the way…

I wonder what I truly remember after all the times I reminisce.

Could it be true memories,

Or just skewed visions amiss?

Sometimes I remember swinging in the back yard,

kicking my legs up all the way to the sky;

You'd be right there next to me,

smiling, soaring past heavens guards.

Sometimes I think,

this pretty time-captured moment

should have been a big little hint;

Like one of those badly added…

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Posted on June 16, 2012 at 12:02am

To See You Again

Just something I wrote for school...  Don't know if it's good or anything; just thought I'd post it anyway to see if anyone liked it!

Looking down I pick up a dandelion, make a wish and blow; the little seeds float to the sky, and past the clouds.  Sighing, I look around hoping and praying.  Dejected, I make my way home.  Opening the door, I walk over to the living room; entering my family room, I see you.  You’re young; still your four…

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Posted on May 30, 2012 at 9:00pm — 2 Comments

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At 9:10pm on September 4, 2012, Chelsea said…
I feel the same way.i lost my sister when i was seven and an now fourteen.my parents dont talk ethier and niether do i. It is hard to deal with espcially around holidays and stuff but my friends told me venting will help.here to talk
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At 10:14am on May 5, 2012, Mandel Crittendon said…

My dear Kim, I too lost my brother in 1985 later that year I lost my father.  In 1989 I lost my best friend of 20+ years, and my mother.  In 2009 I lost my youngest daughter.  The only one that I can talk to, and get relief is God.  When Rebekah died in 2009 it almost killed me, I was grieving myself to death.  I prayed for God to take me home for about 3 weeks until the spirit of God told me to get up and never pray that again.  He said Rebekah is with me, and she will never come back to you.  But you will come to her.  You are not alone!

 

At 7:58pm on December 6, 2011, Lisa Gladieux said…

Hi Kim ~ I managed to survive my first two days of work.  Yesterday morning was mainly full of hugs and tears.  I work at our county's children services department and my co-workers in my unit (adoption/foster care) are great and very supportive.  I caught myself laughing today and felt so guilty for doing so.  Emotionally it's very confusing...not sure what to do with it.

At 3:07pm on December 1, 2011, Melissa Broome said…

Sorry kim got a phone call, we will talk later if you want..Take care of yourself.

Melissa

 
 
 

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