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Caz48

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About Caz48

  • Rank
    Newbie

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  • AIM
    To try to understand why I cannot grieve

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Southampton
  • Loss Type
    My son died
  • Angel Date
    22 December 2016

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  • Occupation
    Secretary
  • Last Name
    Spencer
  • First Name
    Caroline
  1. Loss of an Adult Child

    I feel so terrible for not crying or showing emotion everyone expects me to and are just waiting for it to happen I have even been critisised for laughing or smiling and it just makes it worse
  2. Unable to grieve

    Thank you for your kind words I will go into the loss of an adult child
  3. Unable to grieve

    My son Luke died on the 22 December 2016 he had a stroke he spent a week in intensive care and passed away throughout his time in the hospital he was in a coma so I never got to see him with his eyes open or hear him speak to me one last time I did not cry whilst he was in hospital and haven't cried since he passed away either I just don't feel anything sad/angry or emotional and I'm really worried has anybody else felt like this
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