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Anonymous (17)

Ever since I lost my close friend I've lost all motivation. I used to think life rewarded those who worked hard and made a difference but they take it from those who deserve it the most. My friend did not deserve to die. He did no wrong, he never hurt anyone, yet isn't here today. I don't understand what the point of going on is for, and what the point of growing up is when it can so suddenly be taken. I hate opening up to others now because what happened to him can happen to anyone else. The secrets we shared died with him, but live in me, when I have no right to share them.

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DEAR TEENAGERS,
DEAR TEENAGERS,
May 14, 2020

Thank you for sharing your story. I lost two really close friends, one from suicide and one from a sudden accident. I felt so numb for the following days, like I also had no purpose. I didn't feel like either of them deserved to die, they were such amazing people. Taking your time to grief is definitely essential to the healing process. The one thing that helped me the most is to remember that person in a more positive light. Remember those memories and inside jokes and laugh at them or smile because you had these amazing times with this person. They would want you to be thriving, making new friends, trying new things, etc., rather than not caring about…

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