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Thread Topic: Idk
I just had a friend die. He was more than that tbh he was one of the realest people I ever met. He was closer than my own family. Half if my friends are like that except their not friends, they're bros. Thursday was all cool, we just did our normal s--- talked about life and he even let me hit his juul. Next day he gets in a car crash. He f---ing dued 2 days later and it still hurts more than anything I've ever been through. Keep in mind I've been through so much s---. I'm not tryna say I have the worst life but it's never been fully enjoyable. But that's not what's important
I'm only 16. Bro was 17 and now he's dead. So many legends have died since 2017
First Chris Cornell
Then Chester Bennington
Then Lil peep
Then XXXTENTACION and another rapper from my own city got killed the same day
Then mac Miller
And now somebody i was actually close to
Can someone just tell me why? I understand people die, but why is it always people i relate with and f--- with the most?
I just posted this to tell y'all that you need to tell your loved ones how much they mean to you. Anything can happen to anyone at any moment and you'd never know. Just like how I said. Any normal day could turn into a grieving mess and there's nothing you can ever do.
I'm getting better over the fact that he's gone. Everything I do from now on is for him.
WolfLove2 NewbieI had a friend commit suicide a few years ago, so I can understand how you're feeling. When it happened, I think I asked a lot of the same questions: why does it have to be my friend? Why do people die in the first place? Why did he commit suicide? But in this Earth we live on we are so out of control of what happens to us. There's nothing in this life that tells us what tomorrow will bring us or what we should be expecting. I think that everyone is here for a purpose and in our lives for a reason, so take from his passing what he did for you in his lifetime. I'm sure in someway or another he helped you or assisted you in discovering things about yourself. Celebrate his life and his place in yours and know that there wasn't anything you could have done to prevent. Keep him in your heart and memory as the same person he was before he passed-- let him be a friend even if he isn't with you physically. You seem to understand that anything can happen at any time, so I won't go into that. But stay strong and if you're ever upset, never feel ashamed to cry or to talk about your feelings. Death is hard, but you don't need to make it harder than it has to be by bottling up your feelings to the point that they bubble over. Best wishes and I'm here if you need me :)
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