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Leah
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The biggest unanswered question for me is “Why?” Why did my son have to die and not me? Why was I left behind to deal with this loss for the rest of my life? Why can’t I feel halfway normal anymore?

Anita Ahalt
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I feel the same way, Leah. My husband and I prayed that God would take our life rather than my grandson’s. My son and his wife offered their life, too. Many members of our community prayed for Cameron and that his life would be spared. He did not answer any of us. It is difficult for me to believe in God, at times. I hope, if there is a God, that He does understand. It’s been 8 1/2 years and I still ask that question. Stay strong, Leah…. that’s all we can do. GO CAMERON!!
Jeanie
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When my husband was killed suddenly in an accident, I had unanswered questions that haunted me for some time. I had a strong faith in God, but could not understand how God could let this happen. I cried out to God and asked for His help. I had 2 little girls without a daddy and I was hurting. God showed me that I need to trust Him with the unknowns. His ways are higher than mine and I have to trust that He has a purpose. I still grieved over the loss, but decided to trust God to help me… Read more »
Amy
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Once in a while, but I try very hard not to dwell there. It does my mental health no good to ask “why” when there are no answers.

Erica
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I always ask myself, “why us?” It always seems like these kind of things won’t ever happen to you. They just happen to other people. My son was so strong, holding his head up well and getting around pretty good for age. I have no idea how he could have suffocated in his crib bumper. I always wonder why I put that in the crib in the first place, and I know he would still be here if I hadn’t done that.

Anita Ahalt
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Love to you.

Karen
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Other than why does this keep happening to us, I don’t have a ton of questions, there are definitely no answers. Nothing makes sense.

Bonnie Breer
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Yes. Biggest unanswered question:WHY??

Becky
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Tons.

Melissa
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Yes I have no answers, many questions, waiting for trial date,

Jonathan
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I was so crushed for six years when my wife passed away in 2010. I still have unanswered questions. 🙁

Bonnie O.
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My son loved life. He was amazing in so many ways. He could make you smile and laugh when you thought you could not even think of smiling. He would give you the shirt off his back if you needed it. Unfortunately, he did have a drinking problem and tried dealing with it through the outpatient help. He always did his best to try to remain sober but it did not last for too long. He also suffered with depression and was ADHD. He was married and lived in another state than us. We all spoke to him on the… Read more »
Jennifer Lantz
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There are so many questions. Why did she want to leave? Who hurt her so bad? Is she happy again? Does she know how much i love her? These are all things i wonder every day. What would she have been as an adult? There are so many things i want to know.

Teresa Whitaker
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Yes a lot of questions, but I will get those answers when I see my son again. But then it won’t matter.

Patricia Lopez
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Yes- I have many questions with no answers…but I know I wont get them until I meet my daughter again at those pearly gates of heaven.

Samantha
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No

Regina Oguynn
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Everyday I question “what if and the “if onlys”. And more than anything “WHY”.

Marlene
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I have a lot of what if’s. But in the end I realize that we are all born with a DOB and DOD and when that day comes there are no what if’s or question. It’s just the way God wanted and there is a reason for everything and one day we will know, we just need to be patient and try to focus in the good. For example, my son died in motorcycle accident. He died of a blunt head trauma so he died quickly they assured me he didn’t suffer. I am also grateful he was not left… Read more »
Jay
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I Have many, many questions & guess I always will. One of my biggest issues(hard to understand) is when I see/hear people say when a loved one is healed/healing/doing better/cured that “God is great/God answers prayers/God answered our prayers & healed my son/daughter/ect, ect”. What about the millions of other children & mine(& others) that were prayed for that died!? Did he decide not to answer those prayers? Then it “seems” the cop-out is, well, he needed another angel, things happen for a reason, He has His reasons, you just have to believe, & on & on. Please don’t get… Read more »
Denise Comeaux
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Yes so many unanswered questions and this is why….person still out there somewhere

Michele
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I feel like for every question I get answered, I have more questions……

Carol J Raney
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I have millions of questions like why my son that was so good. There are mean people killing and abusing people they get by just fine. Why me with only one child? Why was him instead of me? He was my life and now I have his little girl that is so much like him, but she will never know him except what she is told.

Kelly Benter
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Absolutely, more questions than answers. Why???? That question will never b answered and it haunts me every day.

Jennifer Pond
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no, not really.

suzanne slates
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I definitely feel there are so many questions and no answers. Mostly, why my 22 year old? She was just starting her life as an adult. She went through so much in high school ( cutting, bulimia, drinking, drugs, an abusive boyfriend that she ‘thought’ she could change) , but then got things together. She attended a counselor which she wanted me to go to, too. And I did. We did separately. I figure she had issues with me, but we did everything together: weight watchers, curves, folded Sunday bulletins, etc. She could end my sentences, and I hers. She… Read more »
Genevra De Mond
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Of course I ask, “WHY? WHY? WHY?” There is no rhyme or reason to this. I had always wanted my two beautiful sons and then later they were such wonderful fathers, so why them? I don’t even really understand what happened? Was it a murder? How can I believe in a good loving God, when the two people I truly loved and cared about are taken away in a flash, without warning and I couldn’t even say good-bye. My whole reason for being is gone and senseless. My only children. WHY???

Sandy Kay
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I have more regrets right now than questions but I guess my biggest question would have to be WHY!!!

Keilah McDonald
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There are too many questions about why my 13 year old grandson would think that suicide was his only answer. He was raised in a loving, church going, family oriented environment. I heard someone say if you know the how, you can deal with the why. That’s so far from the truth. The answers are nowhere in this life. I know all will be revealed. I am waiting for that day.

Cindy Tuck
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I have so many questions that will never be answered. What were you thinking about or doing when you ran into the back of that fuel truck honey? Were you looking at the sunrise, that you loved so much? What happened to your phone? Why was it never found? Why didn’t you come see me when you were in town that day? Were there things going on with you that didn’t know about? Were you really as happy as you tried to make me believe? Wish I could get some answers to some of these questions, but that is not… Read more »
Anita Ahalt
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Yes…. absolutely I do. I hope God is ready for me because I will butt my way to the head of the line and he better have answers for me!

Kim Rhodes Alley
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I have many questions about my only child and son, Dylan’s death. The police did not do their job to convict the person responsible for our son’s death. It was accidental on my son’s part, because he was presented a broke, loaded gun by a so called friend who was drunk (my son was sober and getting ready to attend a military based school that he chose and was accepted to on the following Wednesday, he was killed the Saturday before on July 19, 2014). He went to check the gun to see if it was loaded and to move… Read more »
Mar
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Yes, I feel as though I get past it all or at least move on then the questions come… I will never know why my mom didn’t call and ask for help. Why she was always the strong one for everyone else but herself. I’ve recently read that sometimes suicide is the final way for those to love themselves. Sadly it makes sense. Just wish my love could have been enough.

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