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Crisis, Grief, and Healing => Parent Loss => Topic started by: Mattd317 on April 15, 2015, 09:01:04 PM

Title: Lost my Grandma Monday April the 13th
Post by: Mattd317 on April 15, 2015, 09:01:04 PM
I lost my grandma due to her falling from the top of stairs. I showed up running inside to help not knowing what to expect and when I ran inside I seen her laying there in her own blood I didn't even know she was alive until they took her out on the stretcher she gasped for air I told her I loved her.  I just feel so lost,angry and sad.  I'll never get the image out of my head.  I just wanted to help her as much as I could and when I showed up there I just froze and cussed and started crying.  This is just really hard.
Title: Re: Lost my Grandma Monday April the 13th
Post by: Janka on April 15, 2015, 09:39:40 PM
Dear Mattd317,

Im so sorry for your granny!We all are here for you.You can write us whenever you need to talk to...Youre not alone.

Please,take care!

With love Janka
Title: Re: Lost my Grandma Monday April the 13th
Post by: Terry on April 23, 2015, 07:13:09 PM

I lost my grandma due to her falling from the top of stairs. I showed up running inside to help not knowing what to expect and when I ran inside I seen her laying there in her own blood I didn't even know she was alive until they took her out on the stretcher she gasped for air I told her I loved her.  I just feel so lost,angry and sad.  I'll never get the image out of my head.  I just wanted to help her as
much as I could and when I showed up there I just froze and cussed and started crying.  This is just really hard.


(((((Matt)))))

I'm so sorry for the great loss of your precious Grandmom. It's certainly understandable to be feeling so many different emotions right now. Bless your heart.

Welcome to Webhealing. Tell us more about Grandmom when you feel up to it. Our Grandparents are so special to us and their influence in our lives will continue to present itself for as long as we live ours.

Know we care and understand.

Love and hugs,
Terry