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Around 8pm today as I was checking my facebook messages, My cousin Imed me telling me one of my childhood friends sister died last night in a car accident, at first I was skeptical but he was completely serious, she died at the age of 16 in hazardous road conditions. so my question to you all is

 

 

How do you handle the death of a friend?


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Im just gonna be honest here. I never make close friends, so there is no crying just thinking 1 day bout him/her after that I don't care cause he/she is dead.


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Im just gonna be honest here. I never make close friends, so there is no crying just thinking 1 day bout him/her after that I don't care cause he/she is dead.

No offense but that's the dumbest thing I've heard. Alienating yourself from the society doesn't make anything better lol.

 

Talking it out with people always helps, since your pouring your feelings out. As time goes on I guess it gets better.

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never had any close friends die thankfully

 

it hits me hard enough when people I barely know die

 

in my own experience with family members, time is the best medicine.


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You don't fully handle it, you just get on with it.

 

almost 2 and a half years since my best mate passed on, I grieved, cried, and I'll never fully accept it, but I know he isn't in pain now and take a certain amount of solace knowing that.


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theres no "correct" way to handle a situation like that. I will tell you that from my past experience, talking about it helps a lot. Crying is a good option too, real men do cry. I have lost some really really close friends to car accidents and i know its a hard feeling to cope with, but you have to be strong for her family. My condolences.


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Talk to people. Go on with your life as normal.

That is so hard to do though knowing that your friend is not there anymore??

 

Depends really on how close that friend is tbh


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Talk to people. Go on with your life as normal.

That is so hard to do though knowing that your friend is not there anymore??

 

Depends really on how close that friend is tbh

 

Hard to do, but it's the best thing to do, time makes it easier to talk.


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Eh, my highschool just lost a girl in a car accident for the same reason at that ageish like a couple days ago

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I've never had a close friend of mine die, must be hard for you though. rip :(

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never experienced this, sorry for your loss


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Talk to people. Go on with your life as normal.

That is so hard to do though knowing that your friend is not there anymore??

 

Depends really on how close that friend is tbh

As normal as possible I should have said. The worst thing to do is to get out of your usual routine and keep being sad about it. You won't stop thinking about it and it'll be harder to get over.


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I cry a lot. Not even kidding.

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Wouldn't know, none of my friends have died. :S


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It will take awhile for you to get though the grieving stage, I lost a good friend 6 days before Christmas just helps talking to friends/family also thinking about the good time y'all had together. It helps leaving up a memory facebook or something for everyone to put stories on there about their good times with the person. Just know there isn't real way to get though it, it will take awhile and don't try to just forget because you will think of it more and more then.



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I don't really know. I am fortunate to have not have expierenced such a thing, but if such a thing ever happened (god forbid) I hope that I will know how to handle it.


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i lost alot of my friends from gangs and stuff like that, i as a child had a best friend who now has life in prison, you just got to keep going in your life.


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Talk to people. Go on with your life as normal.

That is so hard to do though knowing that your friend is not there anymore??

 

Depends really on how close that friend is tbh

As normal as possible I should have said. The worst thing to do is to get out of your usual routine and keep being sad about it. You won't stop thinking about it and it'll be harder to get over.

I disagree, apathy & suppression are the ways to go. Or suicide.

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Talk to people. Go on with your life as normal.

That is so hard to do though knowing that your friend is not there anymore??

 

Depends really on how close that friend is tbh

As normal as possible I should have said. The worst thing to do is to get out of your usual routine and keep being sad about it. You won't stop thinking about it and it'll be harder to get over.

I disagree, apathy & suppression are the ways to go. Or suicide.

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It's a serious issue. :confused:

On topic, The best way to handle it, is to actually approach the issue, rather than ignoring it. Talk about the positive things, and give gratification the the good times you had with her.


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Extremely sorry for the loss, can't even imagine how the family are feeling. My Prayers are with you.

 

I honestly can't awnser the question since I've never been in the situation.


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