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Re: Grieving

Post by Vicks » Fri Feb 02, 2018 4:22 am

It was thirty years last month since I experienced a bereavement for the first time.

Fraser was only eighteen and he was my brother's pal, but I knew him and his brothers and sister as well.

Seven A passes for his O levels and five A passes for his Highers.

He was training to be a doctor and have everything going for him.

Popular, nice looking etc.

He was hill climbing at Glencoe and fell 300 ft.

The school started a memorial award in his honour.

However Rosehall High was merged with Coatbridge High and I'm not sure if the award is still given out now.

Re: Grieving

Post by Major » Thu Feb 01, 2018 4:07 pm

I say I wanna go first, is it selfish> suppose it is , we have been together 56 years.

It is bad enough losing a pooch, we have lost 3 in the last few years all due to old age.

I have seen a fair few oldiz leave us over the years.

My old mate retired on Friday, they reckon the thought of retirement killed him, he died on the Monday, seen th same before.

Re: Grieving

Post by McAz » Thu Feb 01, 2018 1:12 pm

Holly wrote:I lost both my Husband and my Mother within 11 month... I just cried and cried for the next 12 month nonstop, I didn't even know who I was grieving for anymore, it was just really, really hard and devastating. It is so completely unreal to realise that you will never ever see your loved ones ever again. You wake up in the mornings wishing you didn't and immediately burst into tears. I have no words of comfort, but what I can say is, it does get easier eventually. I didn't think it would, but it really does. I feel for everyone who lost a loved one, I know how bloody painful it is, worse than any physical pain can ever be. No painkiller will take care of it....However, time will eventually!

That’s terribly sad ~ and frightening. You once asked me what I was afraid of - it is the pain of losing the only true meaning my life has had.

I hope whatever faith those now suffering have brings them some comfort.

Re: Grieving

Post by Holly » Thu Feb 01, 2018 11:24 am

I lost both my Husband and my Mother within 11 month... I just cried and cried for the next 12 month nonstop, I didn't even know who I was grieving for anymore, it was just really, really hard and devastating. It is so completely unreal to realise that you will never ever see your loved ones ever again. You wake up in the mornings wishing you didn't and immediately burst into tears. I have no words of comfort, but what I can say is, it does get easier eventually. I didn't think it would, but it really does. I feel for everyone who lost a loved one, I know how bloody painful it is, worse than any physical pain can ever be. No painkiller will take care of it....However, time will eventually!

Re: Grieving

Post by Goodwife » Sun Jan 28, 2018 8:19 pm

It's not easy wrote:I'm struggling to get over that you are not here

And the fact that I won't ever see you again is really fucking hard to accept

Fucking hell.




I believe in Heaven so I think any dead people you want to see again are waiting for you. I also believe in hell...

Edited to be not so insensitive

Re: Grieving

Post by Mickyboy » Sun Jan 28, 2018 6:38 pm

I lost my eldest brother to Cancer a few months ago, and apart from my lovely sister I don't really get on with my siblings so I took the tough decision not to go to the funeral, bcos I was convinced I'd kick off at one of them, and whilst I do regret not saying a last proper goodbye to my brother I still feel it was the right decision at the time........

Re: Grieving

Post by Vicks » Sun Jan 28, 2018 2:05 am

It's not easy wrote:I'm struggling to get over that you are not here

And the fact that I won't ever see you again is really fucking hard to accept

Fucking hell.


Yes I know, what you mean.

My dad's brother died in November and realising I'll never see him again, isn't easy.

His children have just put his house up for sale.

(They said it would be too upsetting to do over Christmas and the New Year)

Something happened yesterday that made think of him and I couldn't smiling.

I just imagine his reaction to the news and him going his dinger.

Re: Grieving

Post by Bella » Sat Jan 27, 2018 10:11 pm

It's not easy wrote:I'm struggling to get over that you are not here

And the fact that I won't ever see you again is really fucking hard to accept

Fucking hell.


Wishing you hope and strength :wubbers:

Re: Greiving

Post by Guest » Sat Jan 27, 2018 9:58 pm

Guest wrote:
Rolluplostinspace wrote:
Guest wrote:
Rolluplostinspace wrote:Losing a loved one is one of the toughest parts of life I think.
Probably the toughest actually.
At my age I've now lost quite a few.
It can be very hard coming to terms with the loss ... the emptiness inside.
It's those left behind that do the suffering not the deceased.
It will get easier though that may sound hollow just now.


It's hard and I am struggling. Thank you. Your kind words help. I know i have to face it but it is still and still does continues to be hard

Mind if I ask who you've lost?


I want to say a little puppy but that would be to easy. It was someone and probably the only one that I would call a life partner


I'm really sorry for your loss. Time does help, but it takes ages, one day you will think today I haven't thought about X For 24 out of 24 hours, it might be only 23 but it's a start.

Re: Greiving

Post by Guest » Sat Jan 27, 2018 8:32 pm

Rolluplostinspace wrote:
Guest wrote:
Rolluplostinspace wrote:Losing a loved one is one of the toughest parts of life I think.
Probably the toughest actually.
At my age I've now lost quite a few.
It can be very hard coming to terms with the loss ... the emptiness inside.
It's those left behind that do the suffering not the deceased.
It will get easier though that may sound hollow just now.


It's hard and I am struggling. Thank you. Your kind words help. I know i have to face it but it is still and still does continues to be hard

Mind if I ask who you've lost?


I want to say a little puppy but that would be to easy. It was someone and probably the only one that I would call a life partner

Re: Greiving

Post by Rolluplostinspace » Sat Jan 27, 2018 8:12 pm

Guest wrote:
Rolluplostinspace wrote:Losing a loved one is one of the toughest parts of life I think.
Probably the toughest actually.
At my age I've now lost quite a few.
It can be very hard coming to terms with the loss ... the emptiness inside.
It's those left behind that do the suffering not the deceased.
It will get easier though that may sound hollow just now.


It's hard and I am struggling. Thank you. Your kind words help. I know i have to face it but it is still and still does continues to be hard

Mind if I ask who you've lost?

Re: Greiving

Post by Guest » Sat Jan 27, 2018 7:56 pm

Rolluplostinspace wrote:Losing a loved one is one of the toughest parts of life I think.
Probably the toughest actually.
At my age I've now lost quite a few.
It can be very hard coming to terms with the loss ... the emptiness inside.
It's those left behind that do the suffering not the deceased.
It will get easier though that may sound hollow just now.


It's hard and I am struggling. Thank you. Your kind words help. I know i have to face it but it is still and still does continues to be hard

Re: Greiving

Post by Rolluplostinspace » Sat Jan 27, 2018 7:20 pm

Losing a loved one is one of the toughest parts of life I think.
Probably the toughest actually.
At my age I've now lost quite a few.
It can be very hard coming to terms with the loss ... the emptiness inside.
It's those left behind that do the suffering not the deceased.
It will get easier though that may sound hollow just now.

Grieving

Post by It's not easy » Sat Jan 27, 2018 7:03 pm

I'm struggling to get over that you are not here

And the fact that I won't ever see you again is really fucking hard to accept

Fucking hell.

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