3 days ago my 16 year old cousin died by suicide - I come from a large extended family who are all extremely close. His death has rocked every member of the family - however they have all come together in our family home to support, comfort, talk and express their feelings. My problem is that I am living on the other side of the world - literally - and am not in a position (financially, work wise etc) to be able to make the 30hour plane trip home. How do you cope with the grief when you are so far away from everything you call home?
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