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  1. I've been through a similar thing. I'm now 18 and I lost one of my parents five years ago. When it first happened I was 13 an didn't understand it very well. I wasn't as close to my lost parent. But to me that doesn't make it any different. Its still a loss. And I'll always remember that even though I didn't have many memories with him, I wish I did and those things I would of loved to do with them, hurts when you realise it. I need some advice though. If anyone could help. Lately In one of classes we were looking at the topic of parents. Which for obvious reasons made me emotional. My friends know something is wrong, but I've never told them about the loss of my parent. How do I tell them, it seems so awkward to drop it in a conversation. And I don't know how they will respond. I struggle to talk to them about it, although all I want to do is open up to them. What do I do?
  2. Need advice

    Hi, I lost a parent a few years ago. And have been coping but since being in my teenage years. It’s hit me. I have the struggle of telling current friends about the passing. And have no idea how to tell them. Could someone please suggest anything
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