I have lost several people in the last 10 months. One of them from natural causes and the other two were murdered. Nothing ever prepares you for death. No matter how we try, it is never easy/better/ok/wanted or needed. My mother passed away from a brian tumor. I am stil grieving from that. In April a friend and co-worker was murdered by her estranged boyfriend. She had a 7 week old baby. How can you process that logically? In my bubble things like that do NOT happen to the people I love and care about. She was a truly kind person. In the world we live in today there are not many kind people. I think she was one of the few left. This has left me shaken and emotionally drained. Then another tragedy. My friend's 15 year old son was missing and they have discovered he has been murdered. I have a son the same age and I can not begin to understand her grief/pain/anger/disbelief/sorrow. A life was taken by two people for the trill of killing!!! Am i missing something?? I need to be able to process grief. I have a hard time doing that. Any idea's are welcome.
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