It is hard enough to deal with grief while keeping up with your life and everything around you but with my experience "loosing my sister" everything else in my life changed since that day. Sometimes I find myself a little lost because nothing is familar to me anymore. My friendship of 20 plus years changed after my sisters death, as did my relationship with my sisters kids, her husband, my kids, my mom, my brother, where I work, it just flipped my life upside down and inside out. Most things I couldn't handle it being the same it sorta feels like with her gone I dont want anything to be the same becaue that would be to painful but on the other hand its a little hard having nothing familar around. Has this happened to anyone else?
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