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Too Young To Die

My fiancé was hit by a car while biking last year, he would had turn 28 that month. Nobody deserve to die in an young age.

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Latest Activity: Oct 23, 2023

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Losing my 15 year old brother

I lost my brother in November 2020. Our family has been devastated ever since. Everyday is a new struggle. I want to support my family but I am myself having a tough time coping with thingsSometimes…Continue

Started by Devanshi May 6, 2021.

Losing My Fiancé 1 Reply

Hello my name is Jennifer and I'm new here. This is my first time going through this so let me tell you the story. My fiancé, my prom date, my 10 year relationship has ended last year on the night of…Continue

Started by Jennifer. Last reply by Pennywyze Jan 15, 2021.

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Comment by Pennywyze on January 22, 2021 at 7:56pm

I know that I should come in here more often, but I have been losing myself in writing my 3-book novel series, and I forget to do much more than my blog/journal entries. 

How is everyone?

Comment by Pennywyze on January 17, 2021 at 3:22pm
Hi. I'm hoping y'all are doing well, today.
Comment by Pennywyze on January 15, 2021 at 2:18pm

Jeremy and I in 2015 

I don't know why this picture is my favorite (then &now), but it's the one I use to show others. 

 

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Diana Young, LD/N, GC-C, ORDMDiana is a Certified Grief Counselor with The American Institute of Health Care Professionals, Inc since 2015. She is also a licensed Dietitian/Nutritionist for 30 years specializing in weight management, diabetes care, the mind diet and healthy eating. Diana created the popular website OnlineGriefSupport.com in 2008 with over 15,000 members.  Currently She facilitates a virtual grief support group weekly. Previously Diana worked for Cornerstone Hospice, providing…See More
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Loss of a loved one to alcohol, substance abuse or suicide

If you have lost a loved one to alcohol, substance abuse or suicide please share your story or feelings here. Share the love and beauty of the one you lost. Losing someone any of these ways is not natural and can be hard to understand and ask why? I lost my Mother to an overdose 9 years ago. She also suffered from major depression. Her doctor got her hooked on pain medication and she was addicted most of my life. These doctors who were suppose to help her ended up killing her in the end. I also…See More
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This group is for anyone that has lost a brother or sister. Sibling loss is often minimized and people don't realize how devastating losing a sibling can be. I lost my older sister and my life will never be the same. She was my only sibling, I looked up to her, I went to her for everything. I lost my past, present and future. It is traumatic.See More
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