Members findinghope Posted January 21, 2010 Members Report Share Posted January 21, 2010 Hello,I have just joined your community. I lost my older sister very suddenly in February of last year. She was just 33 years old, and she had been sick for several days with what she thought was a flu but turned out to be a fatal stomach ulcer (which she was unaware that she had). I never got to say goodbye to her, or to hold her one last time, or to comfort her and be with her through her death. This haunts me still, the thoughts of her passing and being in pain, and alone. And as the one year anniversary approaches, I find myself deeper and deeper in grief. A new kind of grief, unlike any I have experienced so far during this journey. I am wondering if anyone could offer some words of advice, or comfort, or simply understanding. I have a younger sister who lives far from me and whom I am very close to, so this compounds the difficulty and the feelings of lonliness and isolation. My husband is a wonderful support, but simply can't identify with this. Thank you and I am so grateful for any help. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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