Okay, so I'm confused about something. My grandmother passed away August 29 2005. I love my grandmother and I was obviously deeply sadden when she left us with no notice at all. It was a complete surprise to us all! But I don't really think about her to much. I was talking to my sister about it and she said that she doesn't think about her all the time either and it's okay, becuase she was a grandmother and we knew that she was going to pass away. But my dad's parents are both in very bad shape and will be going to, and I know that I am going to be so hurt by their deathes. So why did I get over my grandmothers death so soon? When my boyfriend died, I ovbviously was destroyed becuase he was a huge part of my life. And now almost a year later I am still depressed and I think about he every second almost. I don't know. I guess a am just feeling a little guilty!
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