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antiquee

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  1. That's terrible I'm so sorry! I wish you strength. You are not alone . Stay strong! Thank you for sharing your experience♥
  2. Thank you for support and recommendations. I will check these books out!♥
  3. I am very sorry about your loss too I wish you to stay strong. I believe we make it through one day! Thank you for support!
  4. I'm sorry for your loss and also thank you for sharing your experience and support! It's good to know that there are people who felt the same way and know that it's normal to feel like that. I know that asking for help is not weakness, I know it's okay. That's really nice that you did research about your father's life, that's lovely! Thank you again for support
  5. Thank you very much for the support and very nice message! I am also sorry about your loss, I hope you feel better now. To be honest, I didn't ever thought that that kind of posts may save someone's life, but if it does, I am very glad to be the one helping. Thank you again ♥
  6. Hi. Sorry if it is in the wrong section, but I just wanted to vent since I don't really have anyone to talk to. I am 21. My father passed away two months ago. I still feel that I can't get over it and I still hardly believe it is true. I keep seeing views in my head from the funeral and it disturbs me, makes me feel depressed. It should get better when the time passes, but I feel, that I only feel worse. I don't know if it's okay to feel this way. I just don't know anymore how to cope with this. How much time should pass to get over it. How can I make myself truly believe that I don't have my father anymore and feel better. I don't know how to explain everything how I feel. I don't know why am I writing this, I just want to let it go. It would be nice if you would share your experience and how you coped with someone's loss.
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