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  1. Daddy passed away on 9/16/2010

    Hello Hayley, I can't say I understand what you're going through but I can only imagine it. What I can do is offer to listen to anything you need to talk about, you'd never be a bother. I did lose my grandma but we weren't very close. It was still difficult and one of the things that's helped me is an article linked below. If you have a chance to read it let me know. https://www.jw.org/finder?wtlocale=E&docid=2016084&srcid=share My deepest condolences.
  2. my granny dies and now my grandma has too!!!

    Dear Ellzy, I am very sorry for your loss. I've had a grandmother that's passed away a few years back and it is still difficult for us and myself. I can't say that I know exactly how you feel but I know talking about it helps. So I will lend a listening ear and also a short article that has helped myself. https://www.jw.org/finder?wtlocale=E&docid=2016084&srcid=share
  3. 10 years doesn't go away.......

    I am very sorry for your lost and I can only say that there will be good days and bad days. I will say I can't understand how you're feeling but I can imagine the difficulty. I have lost friends in different ways and it does feel like they've died in a way. Something that's helped me with the grief and the stress or depression that comes with it is this article linked below. I will offer one thing and that is a listening ear. You would never be a bother if you're up to talking. https://www.jw.org/finder?wtlocale=E&docid=2016084&srcid=share
  4. Coping

    From personal experience I too feel depressed and stressed for many days. It is hard to come through, and I know it just doesn't disappear into thin air. It is a challenge. But i can lend a listening ear if you need anything and from me to you, this particular article on Teen Depression has helped me and my friends. It doesn't even matter if you're a teen, it can help young and old. https://www.jw.org/finder?wtlocale=E&issue=2017-02&pub=g17&srcid=share
  5. death of my grandma

    Hello, i am sorry to hear about losing your grandma.I lost mine awhile back and even though we weren't the closest it was still very difficult for us. Even my younger brother found it hard, recently he broke down when it really dawned on him what happened. My family has found comfort in an article that explains how to cope with the death of a loved one or just anyone really. I'm not going to tell you what you should or shouldn't do, but I can offer a listening ear if you need someone to talk to. The link to a list of articles is here https://www.jw.org/finder?wtlocale=E&issue=2009-08&pub=g09&srcid=share If you do end up reading it, I'd love to hear if it helped any. My deepest condolences- Alenah.
  6. Dad

    Hello Isadora, I get why you said no one understands you because everyone takes these situations differently. I for one do not understand but I can imagine how it must feel. I have only lost a grandmother, and we weren't exactly glued together. But I did love her. What I can do however is be a listening ear whenever you need it, and I'd like to share something that's comforted myself and my family. The article How to Cope With a Dead Loved One. The link is below. If you ever get to read it please let me know! https://www.jw.org/finder?wtlocale=E&issue=2009-08&pub=g09&srcid=share
  7. Mum died 2 years go when i was 12

    Hello Bea, First off I'm am not going to say I can understand how you're feeling. But I can imagine it must be very hard and painful on many levels. What I can do is offer some comfort and a listening ear. I have lost my grandmother in the past, watching her go downhill was tough. She is no longer with us but I have confidence I will see her again and that brings me happiness. Something that comforted myself and my family was an article and if you're feeling up to it you can check it out. The link will be below, (the article is for coping with a dead loved one) and if you ever need to just rant I will be here to talk to. You'll never be a bother. https://www.jw.org/finder?wtlocale=E&issue=2009-08&pub=g09&srcid=share