It's not my first time dealing with a loss of a family member. The only family I have left are my siblings. The thing is when my grandma died it took me back to when I was 15 again when I lost my mom. I felt what I felt then. Lost and alone. I kept trying not to cry, I was numb and distant. And the thing I want to know is how do you deal with it. I thought I have moved past it, you know make it through a day and not want to cry and scream and ask God why but then when someone dies I become that fragile little girl again. I just don't even know what I'm feeling anymore. I just feel like I'm just masking my feelings and just living my life how I lived it before. So if anyone could offer me some advise. I really need it.
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