My sister died in March from meningitis. She had so much talent, beauty and potential which she threw away doing drugs, drinking alcohol, and getting involved with men who only abused her. I'm really sad about that. I know people say to celebrate the life of somebody who passes, but it's hard to do that when she didn't do anything with her life. When this month started, I realized her birthday is in two weeks. She would have turned 45 on the 20th. I don't know how I'm going to be when that date comes. How do you handle a deceased loved one's birthday?
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