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The death of someone we love a close friend or family member is an event we all have to face sometime Learning to survive the feelings of sadness and loss is a process that is normal and usually time-limited involving both emotional and behavioral reactions It takes us through the initial response of shock and sadness through acceptance and understanding and eventually to the rebuilding of our livesHaving to experience the death of a loved one is an extremely devastating thing one has to experience in life I know I went through it When my grandma passed away last year September 24 2013 my heart sunk I remember when my mother came up to me telling me my grandmother passed thinking that all the pain and emotions I was experiencing would never let up The thought of losing someone I loved and cared deeply about was the most painful thing I have gone through in my life timeIt was difficult to be thousands of miles away from my grandmother and hearing the news of her death due to me living in Texas and all my family being in Pennsylvania I remember how hard it was for me to walk in the room of her funeral and seeing her there soulless feeling the numbness of my heart knowing I wouldnt be able to have anymore fond memories we used to always have togetherSitting in the funeral and trying to comprehend every thought emotion and memory of her and going up to her dead body touching her for the last time affected me in so many ways It opened my eyes to real life and the precious gift we are unable to create once its gone I like to think about all the heart warming and happy times we had together like her always worrying about if I ate three meals a day and her always trying to protect me and give me advice about things that
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