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Date Posted: 04:39:25 09/20/06 Wed
In reply to: 's message, "Help" on 21:41:46 01/05/06 Thu
Hi, My baby sister was killed by her school bus when I was 13 and she was seven. I too suffered in school. Back in the 70's people did not get help for grief situations like that. I believe you need grief counseling in order to adapt. I finally five yrs after her death saw a psychologist for the first time. Life does get better, but there will always be a place in your heart for your brother.
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Kerry (so sorry)
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Date Posted: 23:32:01 02/08/07 Thu
Hi, I experienced something very similiar when I was 13 and my sister was six. I did not see the tragic accident though. I have gone on with my life and am still going on with it. I have had to have many many hours of counseling. My sister was like my very own child too. When it happened to me there wasn't all the help there is now. It is going to take a while for you to "feel" normal.
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