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9/8/11 10:20 A

First of all, I'm so very sorry you are experiencing this:(
I'm pretty familiar with grief- I've lost both of my kids in an accident several years back.
The pain of losing them is sometimes so bad it feels like a physical pain.
Can you die from it? yes I think you can, if you let the grief take over.
How do you get to the point where you can function and keep life going? That's something I have to work on every day. Every day I have to look in the mirror and say, now would my kids want me to give up and die or would my kids want me to keep going? and I know the answer to that. Grief takes a long time to work through.Professional therapy can help if you feel overwhelmed. Please don't suffer alone. I found it helpful to channel my grief into new things..I'm trying right now to form a support group for just these types of women, women who have been through something traumatic.
Anyways- give yourself time to go through grief. Best of luck to you.

KLAYLAB SparkPoints: (98,071)
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9/3/11 8:06 P

yes.There are not words that will explain the emptiness.

WILDXANGELS Posts: 832
9/3/11 7:37 P

can you miss someone so much you die from complicated grief,ive tryed it all and nothing helps??? emoticon

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