ayanefan wrote:My mom passed away in '99, we were in the hospital in the room when she died (cancer), everyone was pretty much crying except for (of course) me. Sometimes I wonder how come people grieve so much after a loved one passes away, even 10 years later some have guilt that paralizes them.
I didn't grieve much, I pretty much said that I loved my mom very much and that I have great memories of her. At the wake I was one of the few smiling persons there greeting her friends and exchanging some pleasantries. From what I've seen, people grieve for very selfish reasons.
ayanefan wrote:Sometimes I wonder how come people grieve so much after a loved one passes away, even 10 years later some have guilt that paralizes them.
Otohiko wrote:I haven't had anyone die. I always feel horrible/awkward when someone else loses someone and I have nothing to say to them and no way to really sympathise.
Orwell wrote:She was so independant and just active as hell, and now she's got parkinsons and a form of dementia, she can't do anything and it's just horrible to watch her live in this state.
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