Hi, I lost my sister to congestive heart failure 2 years on April 21, 2006. I found her. She died in her sleep. She was 38. This has devastated my life. I cry everyday it seems. Any little thing pisses me off. I don't like being around people at the moment. I don't have what you would call friends. Only associates, and not many of them. And to make matters worse, my husband is a complete jerk towards my grieving process, which adds more stress. He completely ignores me when he sees me crying, then he gets pissed off, because he don't want to deal with it. That is so unfair.He has not been supportive since she passed. I've confronted him, but that is a waste of time, and I feel worse afterwards. My mom is out of state. We talk everyday. I don't want to attend church or anything. I feel totally alone. I don't have any other family here. Somedays I just don't want to go on. I see other people with their siblings and I get so sad and angry. I am so alone, saddest person in the world right now. I need peace...
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