I just can’t stop crying 4 weeks since she left me being all alone I know she wouldn’t want me to be like this I do know that’s but anly her can make me feel better and she gone forever don’t know what to do or move forward


Hi @1954.ron,

Thank you so much for sharing this with the community :blue_heart: I’m sure someone will be along to offer their support, but I just wanted to let you know that you have been heard and you are not alone.

Take good care,

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Honestly 4 weeks is no time. Your grief is raw and you feel alone and frightened. Don’t be afraid to cry as it is a release valve and you are grieving for someone you loved very much. Why wouldn’t you cry.
Time will ease the pain. Not take it away but it will become easier as you adjust. Don’t even think about moving forward, it is much too soon for you yet.
For now take care of yourself, breath deep and take each day as it comes and just concentrate on getting through them.
Good luck


I’m almost 3 years passed since loosening my sister and still in tears once or twice a week. Four weeks is nothing cry as much as you need to.

4 weeks is early days go with the flow and let them tears out. I am 7 months in and I am still having days when I get caught out by some scenario that brings floods of tears. The hardest is when you are out in public and get caught with the tears, getting nearer to Christmas is very hard, I didn’t know it was possible for a person to cry :cry: :broken_heart: :pensive: this much no wonder my skin is so dried out. Take care

So sorry you are having to go through this.
It is still very early days, not that it gets better; just different. In my opinion crying is good for you so don’t ever try to hold it in.
There is always someone on this site that will completely ‘get’ how you are feeling, so reach out whenever you need.

Thank you, sometimes o feel so alone even when at church craft group amongst people I feel so lonely I feel :broken_heart: :disappointed: :cry: all the time and am becoming a hermit but love being at home. Thank you for caring