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About musicluvr1991

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  • Birthday 12/21/1991

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  • Location (city, state)
    Richmond British Columbia
  • Interests
    Singing, playing guitar, writing songs and reading

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  • Your relationship to the individual who died
  • Date of Death
    december 14, 2016
  • Name/Location of Hospice if they were involved:
  1. feeling a lot of guilt and regret

    thanks very much I'm working on forgiving myself, but i know it's gonna take time. I'm very lucky to have a great group of friends and very supportive parents, so that's really helped a lot I've also been writing and listening to music too
  2. feeling a lot of guilt and regret

    Thank you very much i'm actually thinking of getting a memorial tattoo for him sometime soon. I'm sorry about your friend and your daughter's friend, you're right, it's really hard when you lose someone too young :'(
  3. feeling a lot of guilt and regret

    It's been just over 3 months since a good friend of mine died unexpectedly and i've been having a really hard time. I've been feeling really guilty and regretting not spending more time with him. It wasn't that i didn't want to, of course, but it still kinda makes me feel like a bad friend. There's a part of me that knows that's stupid and illogical, but i just can't help it. And i just can't help thinking about how unfair it is, he was only 25, he had so much left to do, and it makes me really sad to think of all the things he'll never get to experience. This is the first time i've ever lost someone my own age, and i have to admit, it's really done a number on my mind