How to Handle the Loss of Multiple Loved Ones So Close Together
Such a hard question...in my opinion a person in this situation would require counselling from a professional grief counsellor. They would also need a huge amount of support from other people close to them. Time also helps, but the pain will never go away completely. The person needs to realise it is ok to break down and cry and scream and do all those things that help let the pain and anger out. They don't need to be strong all the time and hide their feelings.
1 YEAR I LOST MY DAD, THE NEXT MONTH I LOST MY KIDS DAD, THE NEXT ONE TO PAST WAS MY BABY BROTHER , AND THE SNEXT TO PAS WAS MY GRANDMOTHER, THEN I LOST MY BEST FRIEND ,YOU JUST GO ON WITH LIFE AND YOU DO YOUR BEST TO KEEP YOURSELF BUSY SO THAT YOU DON'T HAVE A BREAK DOWN AND START DOING THING YOU NEVER DID BEFORE .
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