Goodbye my half-brother

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Other  |  House: Booksie Classic
We will miss you so so much.

Submitted: October 02, 2018

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There are pains that can not be avoided or canceled. There. We can only face them, and try to do everything so that they do not destroy us. But sometimes it takes a long time. And it is not enough to do "as if" nothing happened because life goes on as before. Because, often, nothing can be as before, and you must slowly be able to organize your life in a different way. How we lose a loved one. Sometimes abruptly. Sometimes unjust and unacceptable. When a person we love leaves forever, it is difficult to learn to live with that deep void that suddenly opens up. And it is not enough simply to turn the page. It is not enough to repeat that life continues and that it is useless to cry. It is not enough to force us not to think about it ... That emptiness is there. Like a deep wound. That slowly we try to heal ... Even if some wounds never heal completely ... It is not enough to press the "cancel" button to really erase all the memories that bind us to loved ones, to detach themselves from those who are no longer there. Elaborating loss is a long and complex psychic operation. It is not only a matter of accepting reality but also of truly recognizing what has been lost, including the promise of everything that could and has been lived with those who are no longer there. To make an inventory of everything that had been invested, designed, hoped for and hoped for, and to understand that it will no longer be possible to realize it. Only then can one return to life again, despite the suffering that remains when one realizes once and for all that memories are only memories. Only then, you can start to love again, and start to smile again...


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