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  1. How am I supposed to respond? Tell them the truth about how badly I am hurting and what I think about all the time or just lie and say we are ok?
  2. How to go on?

    Thank you for your post. It is now 2 weeks to the day he died. I can't close my eyes because when I do all I see is the last time I saw him when I went to the morgue to identify him. Does that ever go Away? I'm going through the process of stopping his cell phone, cancelling his car insurance, taking his car off our property taxes. It feels like I am erasing him from ever existing. It all removes a part of him. I have to close his bank account and go to the insurance office at work and turn in his death certificate for his life insurance. I don't know how to feel about getting money because he died. It feels wrong that there is a monetary value of him. He was priceless.
  3. We lost our beloved 19 year old son 6/21/2017 and are trying to figure out how to go on. The guilt is overwhelming. We think about everything we didn't do right, what we should have done differently. He was a very caring person and didn't have a mean bone in his body. I can't understand how this happened to him. We are lost, we feel that we lost the best part of us. He was so considerate of us and we can't believe that he did this.