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Old 05-03-2011, 04:55 AM   #1
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Many deaths in a row

My grandpa died from a heart attack 2 weeks before my dad died of melanoma cancer. My other grandpa died for 13 mins and was in the hospital for my dads funeral. Now my grandma has cancer in her lungs, stomach, and neck and my grandpa that was revived has kidney and liver failer. Now they think he has bleeding in his colon. He has three hernias they want to work on but wont cause his heart isnt strong enough. i have a feeling they`re gonna go around the same time. I really don`t know if i feel anything about it. It`s been to soon for me to get over my dad. I just kinda feel numb towards it. I don`t exactly know what to do next.

 
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So sorry for your loss and family with illnesses. The numb feeling is apart of the grieving of someones death so please remember thats normal. You may not feel anything right now about the other people who may pass away but deep down you obviously feel. I think the mind just tries to be strong. I could be wrong. People deal with peoples deaths in different ways theres so many.

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Old 05-04-2011, 05:09 AM   #3
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thank you for that

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Old 05-16-2011, 06:24 AM   #4
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I know exactly what you are going through. I lost my 20 year old brother in a car accident and then three days later my aunt died and then 7 months later I lost my 23 year old brother to drugs. when I lost my 23 year old brother I was numb to the whole idea. I was still waiting on him to walk in the house and say " whats up sis?" The numbness eventually goes away and reality sets in. I dont know if this will help you but i think of all three of them being better off than me. This is an evil world and they are in heaven feeling no pain. Stay on the right path for the loved ones that you have lost and you will see them again.

 
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I am an only child. Lost my father Sept. 27th. Five weeks later I lost my mother- 1 Nov. the pain does lessen-but like anything, it takes time. Some people will move through it faster than others. There are several steps to grieving...and you may hit them all or not. take a deep breath and deal with each day as it comes..that's all you can do...

 
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I know what your going through My aunt and my father-in law passed away about 2 months apart...my aunt had a heart trouble went in for a simple operation and it ended up giving her an infection that went to every organ in her body..and my father-in-law and cop...which caused him to have heart failure...which him having cop and him passing made me stop smoking...I just feel like why do people have to pass and just leave us...I kow god has it in his plan but I just wish and hope that I don't lose someone close to me again and we all can be in heaven with god one day

 
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