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Old 05-03-2010, 04:03 PM   #1
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Normal to have bouts of grief after so many years

My condolences go out to everyone on this board who is suffering.

Almost 6 years ago I lost my best friend (20 years old) in a car accident. There are times when it is like day one again. I can go on for months without any issues and then all of a sudden the grief hits me like a ton of bricks. Does this happen to anyone and do you have any coping mechanisms?

 
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