Free Grief Support - Loss Of A Friend | Ever Loved

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I miss my friend really bad I cry every single day and I'm grateful for the time we had together to hang out.
I'm sad beyond words.

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I lost a friend. She was the person I went to for advise I could depend on. She helped me overcome and challenge things so that the choices I made in life were based on truth, logic, and deep considerations. She was the one who said things I didn't want to hear -- but needed to. She was the one who had me look at all the sides--not just the easy or expedient one. She was the one whose hand would pat me on the back to let me know I've done well. She was the one who shook her finger at me and would say "You better think that over again." She was the one I could depend on, rely on, trust in her words. Who can replace a friend like that?

I lost a friend. She was the person I went to for advise I could depend on. She helped me overcome and challenge things so that the choices I made in life were based on truth, logic, and deep considerations. She was the one who said things I didn't want to hear -- but needed to. She was the one who had me look at all the sides--not just the easy or expedient one. She was the one whose hand would pat me on the back to let me know I've done well. She was the one who shook her finger at me and would say "You better think that over again." She was the one I could depend on, rely on, trust in her words. Who can replace a friend like that?
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Same here I just lost a really good friend and asked myself the same exact question. I know if my friend was still living she wouldn't want to hear that I have a new best friend lol . But you know I think you can't replace that friend but you can make a new friendship with someone else. I guess you some how have to learn to adapt and live with the new normal of not having that friend around anymore. which is really hard to do, to not hear that person voice that you have heard for years and suddenly silence! It's hard and will be hard to do for a while. Maybe make a collage with you and your friend. I really don't know, I'm trying to figure this out also!

I lost my best friend of almost 20 years. He overdosed on heroin and fentanyl. Worst part I watched it . He was my rock when I was being abused he saved me when my kids were removed from my care he pushed me forward. When things with him went down I could put sense in his head. When he ended up in jail I was the one who visited him. I know he didn't plan on dying in front of me. But because of it I've developed PTSD I relieve what happened. But I know he's free from everything that was wrong with him. It's been two years he passed on day before father's day.


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