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I lost my best friend (not a dog) last year

 
Sledster
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09/08/2012 01:31 PM

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I lost my best friend (not a dog) last year
My best friend died a year ago this month.

Over the past year I have found myself very lonley because he was one person who was always there.

Anytime I could call him or run by his house to see him and talk. Now I have noone to talk to and it hurts.

My friend and I had known each other since we were 10 years old. We went to the same schools, both got married at the same time, both had one kid of our own, who turned out to be the best of friends, and generally thought the same on a wide variety of subjects.

I have never felt so empty as I have for the past year.

Anyone else have the same emptyness?
Is this shit normal?

Will it ever go the fuck away?
I'm tired of waiting, somebody push the damn button already!

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09/08/2012 02:13 PM
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Re: I lost my best friend (not a dog) last year
My best friend died a year ago this month.

Over the past year I have found myself very lonely because he was one person who was always there.

Anytime I could call him or run by his house to see him and talk. Now I have noone to talk to and it hurts.

My friend and I had known each other since we were 10 years old. We went to the same schools, both got married at the same time, both had one kid of our own, who turned out to be the best of friends, and generally thought the same on a wide variety of subjects.

I have never felt so empty as I have for the past year.

Anyone else have the same emptyness?
Is this shit normal?

Will it ever go the fuck away?
 Quoting: Sledster


I am truly sorry for your loss. The best thing I have found after loosing family and friends is to keep busy.

Everyone grieves differently,some feel the loss for a longer amount of time than others....but a year is not long and your emptiness is normal, especially since it was your best friend and you were so close.

In time you will feel better but to do that you have to start by keeping your thoughts positive instead of deep in grief. Make it a point that every time you start to think of him..Every-time! you just focus on all the great things about his life and yours and if you have any overwhelmingly sad or negative thoughts dragging you down instantly remember that he wouldn't want you to be sad and grieving to the point of feeling empty and lost. Practice this and make this thinking process a habit on your part.

From there find things that interest you to fill your time or try or do something new..this will help greatly with keeping your mind occupied and your thoughts positive as you work toward a new project or goal. Filling your time with new things and being creative is a wonderful outlet.

I wish you all the best and hope this helps ..it helped me I lost my 19 yr old and my 21 year old within a year.

May peace and comfort be with you! hf

Last Edited by soulenlightenment on 09/08/2012 02:19 PM
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09/08/2012 02:49 PM
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Re: I lost my best friend (not a dog) last year
This day will turn into another day, and that day into another. You will wake up one day and notice that the pain has become bareable.
Life is for the living. Living our lives to the fullest is the best way to honor our dead.
peace
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