Loss of adult child

Discussion in 'Loss of Adult Child' started by Julieanne, Mar 11, 2017.

  1. Julieanne

    Julieanne Member

    I lost my son 10/21/14 missing him more and more each day
     
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  2. griefic

    griefic Administrator Staff Member

    Hi Julieanne - I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. I'm glad you have found our site and hope we can be a help to you. Wishing you all the best in the days ahead~
     
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  3. Julieanne

    Julieanne Member

    Thank you so much, im looking into your book resources, so far i like your site hoping to correspond with others soon
     
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  4. griefic

    griefic Administrator Staff Member

    I'm so glad it's been a help. If you have any questions or if we can be a help in any way, please let me know!
     
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  5. Mary Jo

    Mary Jo Member

    I lost my sweet 25 year old daughter May 2016. I miss her terribly and still can't believe she is gone.
     
  6. Julieanne

    Julieanne Member

     
  7. Julieanne

    Julieanne Member

    Im sorry for your loss, no parent should go thru this pain, its a long journey but you are not alone,many ups and downs stay strong
     
  8. Lauris

    Lauris New Member

    I'm saddened by so many people's losses. I lost my firstborn daughter age 40 Apri 30, 2015. It still stings today. She also struggled with drug addiction and many times went to rehab. She had been clean for about 6 months and on that day she called all upset because of a few people. My advice, ignore them. Go out with your friends as planned have a good time, I love you. That was the last time I talked to her. Heroin had fentanyl and I was told she died of overdose but after autopsy they said she drowned in the tub, her hair clogged the drain. Still so many unanswered questions that will never be answered.
     
  9. Mary Jo

    Mary Jo Member

    Thank You, Lauis, It's coming up on a year since I lost my youngest of four children. She struggled with mental illness for half of her 25 years. My daughter was a beautiful, kind and loving girl that suffered, trying to live life. She had recently meet some new "friends". She called me on Mothers Day, last year. She spoke about an important meeting she was looking forward to on Thursday. She was found dead on Wednesday, an apparent overdose. Apparently, a month before, she met some new "friends" that apparently introduced her to heroin. The pain is still almost unbearable.
     
  10. Mary Jo

    Mary Jo Member

    Julieanne, So sorry for the loss of your son. It's almost been a year since my 25 year old daughter died. Sometimes, I wonder how I can go on living with her gone, but, I know she would want me to live my life and not be sad. That's so hard to do because I despertly miss her. I am thankful she is resting in peace and she is not in the mental pain she suffered with. I just can't believe she's gone.