This Thursday will be 6 months since Tim died. The pain is still there as if he died yesterday. My emotions are affecting everything I do and the way I've been talking to others because they just don't seem to understand. Tim, in my eyes and heart, was my brother but legally, there's no relation. He was 16 when he was diagnosed with cancer and 17 when he died. There's been countless nights when I haven't been able to sleep or when I've cried myself to sleep. I can't put away his obituary. It still hangs on my wall right above my computer so I can see his face. I try to pretend it doesn't still hurt, hoping that if I make others belive I'm fine, I really will be okay. I feel alone and like no one gets what I'm feeling. What things has everyone here tried to ease the pain?
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