I am a single mother of two wonderful children. I work in the medical field. I feel very blessed with what God provides for me and the continuous direction and forgiveness. Also have everything I need in life and enjoy simple living. I am honest, genuine, loyal, and understanding of others circumstances I am very intelligent which is why I have been able to consciously intentionally block out grieving the loss of my sister and it is something I am ready to deal with. I am looking for others who have had similar losses to share and support each other in this traumatic process. I am not typical as far as the norm in many ways very open minded and usually have blocked out or not allowed many unfortunate traumatic experiences in my life for it is easier but I know I can no longer keep doing this for many reasons and my response is a great coping mechanism but this time I have to resolve my accepting my sister being gone as it is going to plague me the most for life mostly because it's not a loss that I can recover or fix and get her back on Earth so hope this helps understand me better and what loss I need to grieve"
About my Loss:
My sister passed away abruptly in June 2015.
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