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Started by Cecilia Maxwell Sep 12, 2012.
Started by BONNIE. Last reply by BONNIE Aug 24, 2011.
Dearest Jillian, i dont even know where to begin to help numb some of your pain - i am so very sorry for your losses. One is tragic, but to have to endur what you have is unbelievable and cruel. I want to tell you it gets better - but the truth is - i dont know that it does. There is not one day that goes by that i dont wish and long for the love of my life - my best friend. I have been angry and depressed for 6 months now. All i can say is that you have to beleive in you - that there is a reason why you are still here. You have to be strong and have courage when hope is the very last thing you can find. You will have bad days, filled with dispair, but hopefully slowly you will start to have days with a grin...a small smile...hope. keep your family and friends close. Try to not be alone. Take one day at a time. I wish you the best, and hope that you will find some peace and serenity. Hugs. Sabrina
I miss Tim so badly. I had a very scary day, I don't understand how am I supposed to live on when the most healthy and fit person I have ever met just dropped dead and there is no reason why this happened to him!
My son passed 4 days after we moved into our new home. He overdosed on drugs and my youngest son found him in his new bedroom. It's almost 2 years, and I just started weeding through his belongings, he didn't even get a chance to unpack. His toiletries are still on the dresser in a box, I can't bear to touch his bedding.
The police have been no help, in spite of his friends telling them who gave him the drugs, the person is still walking the streets selling it to other young people.
It took 3 months to find out why he died, the medical examiner went on vacation and her office wouldn't release the results until she came back. I finally got her on the phone and her answer was, "he was full of da drugs." He wasn't an addict, it was his first time.
We've had no closure, no answers, and it is just so frustrating. I owe it to him to make that woman pay for giving him the drugs. My biggest fear is that she costs the life of someone else's son or daughter.
my son died unexpectedly January 29th while spending the night at a friends house. He had been 18 barely a week. i am still waiting for the autopsy results to give me the answers on exactly why. they think it was an accidental overdose of prescription medication.
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