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Loss of my adult daughter


Sherry Sevage

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Amy Beth Lindahl

I lost my Son on may 16th. He just turned 27 I feel like I'm dying without him, this pain is more then I can stand. I want my beautiful Son back

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Amy Beth Lindahl

I'm so sorry you you lost your daughter,  I know how horrible the pain is. 

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Amy Beth Lindahl

I really am hoping that we can help each other,  everyone else is moved on and there're tired of me still being soooooo upset over loosing my handsome Sony, I have no one that understands, will you reach out to Me? ablindahl@hotmail.com you are in my prayers 

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Valerie Lockhart

I'm so sorry for the loss of your children. One of my friends recently loss his son in a hit and run accident. Although I have never loss a child, I understand the pain of losing loved ones. Don’t let others dictate how you should act or feel. The grieving process works differently with everyone. Others may think—and let you know that they think—you are grieving too much or not grieving enough. Forgive them and forget about it. By trying to force yourself into a mold created by others or by society as a whole, you stunt your growth toward restored emotional health. Whether by talking or writing, communicating your feelings can help you to release your grief. The Bible assures us: “Jehovah is near to those that are broken at heart; and those who are crushed in spirit he saves.” (Psalm 34:18) Yes, more than anything else, a relationship with God can help you to cope with the death of your child. In addition, do not underestimate the value of prayer. The Bible urges us: “Throw your burden upon Jehovah, and he himself will sustain you.” (Psalm 55:22) If talking out your feelings with a sympathetic friend can help, how much more will pouring out your heart to “the God of all comfort” help you!—2 Corinthians 1:3. It is not that prayer simply makes us feel better. The “Hearer of prayer” promises to give holy spirit to his servants who sincerely ask for it. Remember: God can help his faithful servants to endure any and every problem they may face.

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Amy Beth Lindahl

Thank you very Much! I've been praying and walking my dog through the paths in the woods listening to the birds sing and seeing all the beauty of nature. I miss my Son so much. This pain is so great. Thank you, Amy Beth

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Mason’s Mom

Amy & Sherry you are so early in your grief journey. Losing a child is the most painful thing anymore can experience and there is no set time for grieving to stop. I lost my son December 17, 2017, I am a few years down the path and there isn't a day that goes by that I don't think of him often. I don't cry tears every day but I still have time when the pain brings me to my knees. I have been grateful to have a good support system and family that understands. I have learned some things that can trigger pain and I avoid them when possible.  I have also made it my mission to keep his memory alive.  This helps me as I have been so scared he will be forgotten. Find support and maybe counseling. Let yourself grieve don't bottle it up.

May you find peace and comfort. 

Carol (Mason's Mom)

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Michael Rodriguez

amy and cherry , i am michael ....ive been getting a helping word from mason's mom since yesterday that i joined...... i lost brian on april 14 he would have been 29 on saturday ,,,,,,,and i have never felt such pain and emptiness as i feel right now .....i have 2 other kids but right now can only think of brian. i dont know if i have become the worst person in the world but i just miss him so much

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Brokenmom

I lost my daughter/best friend 1 year ago. She was 30. And list my sister in june

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Michael Rodriguez

brokenmom....never thought that there were so many of us !!!!! im sorry about your daughter and now your sister , you must be a worst wreck than i am !!!! believe me just writing a few words here kinds of soothe you , at least it does with me ....feel im not alone in this terrible pain of ours. we share our memories and we are aloud to shed a tear as we know that who ever is reading feels the same way/ 

a week ago one of my customers called me to secure a po he was planning to issue, as ked me how i felt ; told him so and made a comment that bothered me, they just placed the po and told them i could not fulfill ....probably the wrong thing to do and it is off topic ......but just wanted to share it and get it out of my chest.....so ladies , thank you for listening!!!!

BTW i have noticed , am i the only father in this group ?????

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Mason’s Mom

Brokenmom, I am so sorry for your losses. We understand your pain and the name brokenmom says it all. We have all lost a huge chunk of our heart.  You are not alone. 

Peace and comfort, 

Carol

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