Posted by Mari on December 09, 2000 at 11:25:44:
In Reply to: More Hurt posted by Katizia on December 03, 2000 at 09:13:26:
I understand how you feel. I lost the love of my life to a tragic death. It's been a year and I still cannot let go. Most of my time I'm in my own little world. The world of my past. I think it's so hard to be supportive of other people's problems when your dealing with your own grief, especially when death is so final. I have a friend who is constantly depressed because her boyfriend moved to another state and she misses him so much. THey talk on the phone and she says it's not enough. She needs to be with him. It's so hard for me to feel her pain and help her deal with it when, I feel so empty and lost. I want to be there for her, but I can't. All I can think is, "Bitch! Do you know what I'd give to hear Chris's voice on the phone? Even from miles away, to know he's alive and breathing. Just to hear him tell me that he loves me!" I feel so bitter, and its hard to level with other people's problems when you pain runs so deep. So don't feel bad, your friend has to learn what your going through and it's hard for others to understand. Death is the most hopeless feeling in the world. And time doesn't heal. You just learn to live day by day.
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