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My daughter Ashley 18, died in 2004 in a single car crash. She left behind her sister and best friend, Crystal who was 21 at the time. Crystal ran from her grief, married, started a family and now, almost 5yrs later, is really having a hard time. I wonder if anyone here can help me help her. She is reaching out to me, but I don't know what it is like to be in her shoes, only my own. Any help would be greatly appreciated, Thank you, Dottie

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Hey Dottie, I remember talking with you several years ago. My girl Erica died 6 years ago on the 14th of this month.

I am so sorry to hear that your Daughter's friend is struggling. I do believe that the only way to deal with grief is to travel through it. Time and again we hear of folks jumping into some other new thing to take the sting and switch the gears on the sadness, but it inevitably returns. I hope that she will seek some help from a professional. I also hope that she can post here under loss of a friend. There are so many ways she could learn adn get assistance, but all of them will require she be ready to face the ache and pain of the loss.

How are you Dottie? How has it been over the last several years? Have you found ways to carry on and live well?

I think that it is very kind of you to try and help this young lady, I wish her the best adn sending a prayer on the wind.

dee

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