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Anonymous

I lost my grandmother who was very close to my heart. We shared an extremely affectionate and loving bond. I am currently in the US and because of certain immigration issues I could not travel since last two years. I have a guilt, I did not see her and was not there when she needed me the most.
My grandma, I call her ‘Masi Ma’ left me on October 8th.???
I am unable to overcome the grief and pain that I am having right now. I didn’t realize the pain of losing someone you love until I lost Masi Ma. I can’t stop thinking about her. She was the purest, most loving and innocent person I have ever known. Please tell me what to do. I love her.

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Anonymous

Helo… I can feel ur pain…you know my grandmother got paralysed in 2015 . i came back home just to take care of her and i was there for one year with her…the i got a interview cal…n i went there …that day only she passed away…i cant even be with her on her last time…this is the only guilt i have till now…but still i can feel her presence all d time… she always protects and help me when ever i need that…she is always with me…so try to overcome…n trust me she will always b there for u…

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Anonymous

Sorry to hear that about your grandmother. Grandmothers are the most innocent & loving soul.
It’s just that it has happened two days ago and I have still not come to terms with the fact that she is no more. ???It is the bitter truth and extremely extremely extremely painful.

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Please don’t take that guilt upon yourself, she was with you in spirit as much as she would have been with you in person. I know this is hard for you, the grief is unimaginable at this point in time. No one can say anything to lessen the pain, and I don’t think it should be any other way. You should allow yourself to grieve, to feel that absence of a soul you so dearly loved. Let it take a part of you, and teach you something in return. There is a weird quality that loss has, it toughens us but also softens us. All you have to do is allow yourself to process this, to learn to accept this and to allow yourself to grieve. This is a part of life. A bitter part of life. And the only solace I find is the beauty in the circle of life. It’s a cycle. Someone has to go, for someone new to come. Doesn’t mean that the person can ever be replaced. They left us with an experience, ​learning of a lifetime, unmatched to any other person we will ever come in contact with. Cherish the moments you had spent with her, reminisce them. Honour her personality, her values that she left you with. Always keep her alive within you in that manner. Don’t ever let her go. Find solace in devotion and meditation, if that helps you, to cope with your loss. Just allow yourself to feel, but also keep consoling yourself. You’ll get through this, and it’ll be okay. Life will move on, but Masi Ma will never be forgotten xx

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Thank you so much.
I have never felt this way before, she was the best for me. I shared all my secrets with her and I love her. I am going to miss her a lot. ??

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