Dealing with Loss of Loved one

October 19, 2011
By Anonymous

Three years ago, someone really close to me passed away. This pain is something no teen should endure. If you have a lost a love one, you should know that you're not alone. I talked to my pastor (I'm a christian) and he gave me closure that is more than needed for a teen that's lost a loved one. Something that grieving children will find infuriating is when people say, "I know how you feel," when they don't. The pain of losing someone can't be put into words. Wether it's a father, a mother, a best friend, or a sibling, the pain is indescribable. After a death, you may seem lonely. You're all alone. You think nobody knows how you feel. Well, that's not true. I have met numerous people that have lost dads, brothers and mothers. Emotional pain . They're scars that will NEVER heal. Another outcome of death is aggression. You may feel like you have an anger that has no outlet. You might hit or bully other people. You can take your anger out on someones arm, leg, and sometimes, this depression can take children's lives. This is called rage. Rage can get to a level where it's not tolerable and you can lose friends. Also, eating disorders and bed-wetting can be issues for scared kids. After my loss, I loaded up on pizza, Hoagies??, and soda. I was lucky. This only lasted for about a week. I'm not going to lie. It hurts. These holes in your heart cannot be filled, but can be helped.

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