I was thinking about what to do when those death dates show up again. I dont know what's appropriate, never have. When my dad's death aniversary comes, i just cry in my bed and my mom comes into the room sometimes and then we'd go down into the living room and just sob. my sister would come to, but she's always just been shocked about his death... she never cried. Now my sister and my girlfriend have died five and a half months ago and i don't know what i'm gonna do when i have to get to that point. i'm scared i'll react poorly. like i'll get so depressed i'll be suicidal again. its even more worse to have my birthday stuck between my dad's aniversary and my sister's and girlfriend's. I'm gonna be a mess by that time... what do you guys do on those dates?
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