My teenage angel made his way to his final place today. It feels good to get this stage behind me He died on the 15 of july it was a long hard battle even in the courts system just to get him laid to rest. But now what? Where do I go? What do I do? I feel so lost. It is especially tough because I run a daycare, which I love but it is especially tough right now watching other peoples children especially when some of their parents show so little respect to their chilren. It's like they have no idea how precious their child life is. Some days I just want to explode. He was such an intelligent and brave boy. He died in a tragic boating accident where the motor was set to neutral but didn't go into neutral and he was struck in the chest by the propeller while wakeboarding. To make matters worse my father was driving the boat and 3 of my cousins and my nephew where in the boat. My father thinks he killed Trenton even though the investigators said the boat malfunctioned. I think he will blame himself forever. My sweet son bled to death in a matter of minutes. He was conscience long enough to tell him grandpa he was scared and didn't want to die. He was gone a few minutes after that. I miss him so much. I guess i just needed to write a bit about my son as he was such a wonderful kid even for a teenager LOL. So does anybody have any advice or helpful tips on how to move through this grief and stay sane?
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