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Losing someone.

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The world seems to stand still when you are told. That feeling you have never felt before, of total sadness. You feel faint and dazed as if you are falling or dreaming. You were told this was going to happen, but you could never be prepared for it. You don't know what to say, you are totally speechless. You burn up, feel dizzy but no tears will come. You have to get out of there, to escape, runaway anything to make this feeling fade. You just don't want to believe it had happened after everything. Part of you wants to cry your heart out and the other part wants to hit something with the anger that raging inside you. ...read more.


She lived for another four amazing weeks! The last words I said to her was that I loved her and goodnight because she was going to sleep, I'm so glad I got to tell her that because I wanted her to know. The funeral was the biggest challenge, actually having to say goodbye. So many people were there because she was such an inspiration, a whole sea of pink, her favourite colour. Thousands of flowers in all shapes and sizes but always pink. It just proved how special she was to so many people. We all went to the pub she used to work at afterwards and it felt like she was actually there with us which was a huge comfort. ...read more.


Life is too short and you have to live it to the fullest because some people are not here to do that. I have taking on her optimistic way of thinking and look on the bright side. It has also brought my family a lot closer which I know my cousin would be pleased about. We all had to stick together to get through it and will continue to stick together through good times and bad. It makes you know that no matter what your family will be there for you. So for those of you that have been in a similar situation you should remember you are not alone and there's always someone to talk to. I find talking about my emotions helps and keeps me remembering good times. ...read more.

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