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Zain_robson

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  1. My Brother

    I'm sorry about what happened. I slightly disagree with ATreeHouse. You can make it better. My brother passed on the 10th of september 6 days before yours. I'm not happy in any way about his passing but what he did in his 19 years makes me a very proud brother of his. At the moment I'm living as though he sees everything I do, I incorperate what he liked into my life and when ever I see a classic car or watch Formula 1, I try to imagine what he would be saying. In a way I believe he will live on through me. Of course I often feel really bad about it and burst out crying (the fact that I'm never going to have any new memories of him). But what can I do? I'm going to live my life, never forget about him and hopefully reunite with him in Heaven once I die. Following from that, taking up religion is really helpful. To me the idea of seeing him again makes me really hopeful, before this I was an athiest but I really do hope there is some sort of afterlife. Quick advise take care of your family, I'm sure the last thing he would have wanted was for you and your family to suffer.
  2. My Brother Committed Sucide

    I'm commenting on your post because you helped me by posting on mine. I want to thank you for how you helped me. From the little experience I have, you will always think of the crap times with them, I know I was a dick to my brother alot of the time. I used to run into his room mess up his puzzle he'd been doing for weeks and laugh at him. Just keep in the forefront of your mind the times that you had best with them. Everyone loses their parents and even siblings in their life time. It just sucks that you lose them so early on. Instead of blaming yourself treasure the family that are still with you are try to move on. I know it is easier said than done but when you need to cry, cry. Live in the moment not in the past. Seek help if you need it. Remember one thing, put you and your family first and make sure you are all ok before you start doing other things!
  3. Big Brother Passes

    Hello, my name is Zain. I am 15. Three days ago I lost my brother. He was 19. For those of you who have watched the film Big Hero 6. My life up to now is much like that. We shared many common interests, I aspired to be like him and from what I have heard he looked up to me. He passed away leaving me lost and unsure. I'm still in that stage I believe and will be for a long time. I'm finding it difficult to cope and spend long amounts of time just sat in his room looking at all the stuff he loved and rembering all the things we used to do there when we were younger, I remember playing pokemon with him for hours on end while sat on his bed drinking apple juice and eating pancakes. I'm just sad that he passed so quickly, I never got to say good bye. I don't see how I can continue my life without the guidance of him, I saw him as an idol and an extremely inspirational figure. I think the hardest times are going to be Christmas, his birthdays and any holidays we have without him. Thank you for reading this, the reason I joined this forum is because I think sharing my experiences with people who are struggling the same will make me feel less alone in my struggle.
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