since I lost my little sister to gun violence back in August 27 2019 i still can’t never get her death off of my mind it kills me everyday I miss her she was only 16 my baby aint deserve all that🥺🥺
My little sister
Posted by Anonymous on Aug. 17, 2020, 2:15 a.m. PDT
So very sad about your sister's death at such an early age to gun violence. I do hope you have achieved some peace after this very sad death and that you have people around you who provide you with some support to get through this. You might want to try talking to a minister or priest about your feelings and may even found some comfort through religious practices or you might find comfort in creating some sort of memorial to your sister such as a little flower garden, a scrapbook of her life, or by writing a journal of your feelings about her death and absence from your life. I want you to feel better and hope that you respond to this note. Loretta in Virginia
I lost my older sister in 2002 in a car wreck she was 24 with 3 babies. An i lost my baby sister last October on Halloween she went to E.R she was sick from flu an the doctor thought she had a blood clot on her lung the air vac team was sent to transport her to a hospital that could help her more an the I.V medicine the doctor gave her to relax was the wrong one an he blew my sister's heart up she was 36 with her first baby boy she had waited 20 years to have a child. He turned 2 shortly after her passing she was my best friend my only sister left now she is gone .To make matters worse we had to have the State lay her to rest an no lawsuit would stand up in court cause the doctor was a practicing medicine so my sister released a form sayin she knew he wasnt a doctor
I just lost my little sister Megan to suicide, I feel guilty for not being there for her at that time.