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Has your loss given you courage or brought more fear?

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Debi Brady
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Truly, what should I fear now? My greatest fear has happened. There is nothing for me to fear anymore.

Elle
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True. The worst has already happened. Everything else pales in comparison.

Teresa Whitaker
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More fear, afraid of losing someone else close to me.

Vicki
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That fear was so intense for me for years. Its been 9 years since my son Justin passed. The fear isn’t so intense but it’s always in the back of my mind. My life is not normal it’s a different life. I’m still having issues, isolating myself, never talk to anyone. Some days are better than others. I realized I was taking my 2 girls joy away from them by always begging them not to go anywhere. I couldn’t do that to them I slowly realized I can’t protect them if something is going to happen I knew I couldnt… Read more »
Lisa cretacci
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Both. Fear of trying to survive this life without Jake. He was my only child and I was a single mom so it was the two of us always. Fear of a life without him. Fear that I am slowly dying inside a little more each day. And fear that even though I am getting help, I will never be able to accept he is not coming back . How do you fix this kind of broken? Courage I have seen and learned on a whole new level from my angel bear. He was the BRAVEST person I have ever… Read more »
Jennifer Lantz
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It’s given me courage to help start programs for mental health awareness.

Amy
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Not long after our little boy’s accident, I was fearful of everything! I didn’t want to let the older two kids out of my site. It took about the first year to become more okay with letting them do things we used to do. Now, 2 &1/2 years later, it’s can still occasionally be hard to let them go on trips without us, but God has brought me to a certain peace about it. I’m afraid if I allowed myself to think about not “being in control of situations”, I would go crazy. I am so thankful I have been… Read more »
Laurie
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No fear my biggest emotion is wanting to go to heaven sooner then later

Cecelia
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Laurie I lost my husband 5 mos ago… I’m so right there with you. I am truly not the loving God fearing and trusting individual he was…. I still have rough edges… I’m not totally ready for heaven and God knows it… I need more time to work on me.

Patricia Lopez
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i DONT KNOW HOW iM FEELING RIGHT NOW

mary
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It has brought both courage and fear. I am always thinking about my other children dying and that incites fear, but I find more courage as I depend on Jesus to subside that fear in me and help me get by day to day

Maria
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More fear, afraid of losing another child

Sherri
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More fear….fear of facing the rest of my life without him.

Kelly
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Both. I was scared to die before my son’s death, now I’m scared to live. I’m scared to death that I will lose another child or grandchild. I look into my childrens eyes and grandchildren when we part to remember their little faces and the clothes they have on. I live in fear every day. I hate going to sleep because I was sleeping when my son passed. Courage because I push past my fears and am teaching my grandson and kids to do the same thing. I am trying to live the YOLO life that my son did and… Read more »
Jan
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Not sure if you could call it courage. More like don’t give a hoot, nothing worse can be done than what has happened so to heck with it all……

Jennifer Pond
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not fear exactly, just anxiety. It’s still too new although it’s been a year and a half.

kay
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Well, I certainly am not afraid to die now, not that I want to, just that Everyday I wake up is on day closer to seeing our son who died too young at age 18.

Isabel
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It has been 53 days since Christina died…I am not sure but it does not feel like fear or courage. More like an uneasy feeling within me that I yet to identify. It feels like an unsurvivable sadness.

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