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It is so hard to let go, any suggestion please

My bother passed away unexpectedly last year, He was only 29. Before he died I saw rash on his legs. He supposedly died from sudden cardiac arrest . He worked in plastic injection factory.
Wed, 25 Aug 2010
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Life cycle. Live. Love. Accept. Everyone knows that they are going to die. Some just die faster than others, but everyone already knows that. The longer you hang on, the worse it will be. It doesn't make you any less of a human, or any more of a rememberer. Everyone has to face it one day. The rashes are just a symbolic reminder in the back of your head, that you dont want to let go. Don't think of them gone, think of them on vacation. A really long one.
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I'm not a doctor but I think this reply to the death of a dearly loved brother was very trite and possibly posted someone who has never been through what you've been through. When someone we love dies our can stop turning for a time. My advice is be gentle with yourself, give yourself time to grieve and know that some days will be worse than others. Eventually the sun will come out and you will start to heal although you will never forget.
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