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    Grieving.....it happens way too often

    after someone passes, u grieve on that person birthday, or the day they were supposed to be born....
    u grieve on the anniversary of that person death
    and not to mention the countless times in between when they cross your mind for seemingly no reason at all...... u grieve.

    why can't u just grieve once and be done with it.... i guess we juss weren't built that way *shrugs*

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    Quote Originally Posted by bkhoney
    after someone passes, u grieve on that person birthday, or the day they were supposed to be born....
    u grieve on the anniversary of that person death
    and not to mention the countless times in between when they cross your mind for seemingly no reason at all...... u grieve.

    why can't u just grieve once and be done with it.... i guess we juss weren't built that way *shrugs*


    like yuh grieving about grieving gyal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinikiz
    like yuh grieving about grieving gyal
    never thought about it that way.... makes sense

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    Quote Originally Posted by bkhoney
    after someone passes, u grieve on that person birthday, or the day they were supposed to be born....
    u grieve on the anniversary of that person death
    and not to mention the countless times in between when they cross your mind for seemingly no reason at all...... u grieve.

    why can't u just grieve once and be done with it.... i guess we juss weren't built that way *shrugs*
    i try to look at death as a good thing...as a person moving onto something better...i think that kinda helps with the grieving

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    if the person was that important to you, i think its a daily thing. maybe u only cry or however you deal w/grief on those anniversary or bday dates, but its a daily process....look me last night...like whenever i hear rupee enjoy yuhself in de mas, i shed some tears for my dad... but that's how i deal w/it..

    it sucks that its not an easier process, but its natural so however it has to go, so be it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indianute
    i try to look at death as a good thing...as a person moving onto something better...i think that kinda helps with the grieving

    i've tried that..... it doesn't work for me.
    i can never see anything food coming from death

    junkie - ur right.... u might not cry everyday but the feeling is always there

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