Questions

Have you experienced the loss of a loved one?

If you have please do give me a call. I am currently writing a book on the subject. So our conversation will help me.

15answers

Book. a call with me Heather


Answered 3 months ago

Yes , i have


Answered 3 months ago

Yes i have
I recently lost someone i loved you can contact me to know more


Answered 3 months ago

Yes i know whow it feels but you have be pacient and icant give you a call


Answered 3 months ago

Why not? There's what you will know when you put a call through


Answered 3 months ago

Eventually, everyone will experience losing a loved one. The key is to understand that they have gone to better place and they are with God. God loves us all more than our own mothers!

If you would like to call me about your experience on losing a loved one or would like advice on how to move forward, please don't hesitate to contact me.


Answered 3 months ago

Yes. I lost both of parent when I was 17 years old. Today is actually my mom’s birthday. It helps to talk about it. Give me a call


Answered 3 months ago

YES, I HAVE. I experienced this in all forms, from losing my entire family to a car accident to losing the love of my life whom I've been with for 7 years, I have a long journey of processing and healing from these, and trust me when I say this, I can help you more effectively than most out there in this. Based on my own journey, I'm confident I can offer valuable perspective. Don't hesitate to schedule a call—I'm here to listen and support you


Answered 3 months ago

Yeah, The feeling screams "Lost in the silence, I ache for your presence."


Answered 3 months ago

Yes I have,
It is not an easy situation but I can help you with the right tips and reasoning on how-to deal with that. Mentally, spiritually, and emotionaly.

You can give me a call to discuss further into this.


Answered 3 months ago

Yes I have!

In 2008, I experienced a tragic loss when my uncle's wife, who was like a mother to me, passed away. On that fateful day, I was scheduled to join them at the farm. As a young person or youth there is a common practice in African homes during vacation to help clear our parents' farms, upon that I was not with them on the farm that day . However, upon arriving, I found the farm deserted except for some food under our tent. Unsure if it was meant for me, I called out, and to my surprise, my uncle's wife answered. She mentioned the food was for me, so I began eating.

Suddenly, a man arrived who is my uncle’s friend, aware of my uncle's wife's labour pains earlier that day, because she was pregnant and was due to deliver in that month. When I mentioned my uncle's wife had provided the food, he panicked but didn't reveal the severity of the situation. He left without informing me of her condition. Oblivious to the unfolding tragedy, I continued waiting, expecting her arrival, when the man was there, she did not respond to my call.

When she finally answered after the man had left, her voice seemed normal, reassuring me to proceed ahead while she caught up. Unbeknownst to me, she had already passed away. The news hit me like a thunderbolt when I reached town, contradicting the reassurances I'd received moments earlier. Confusion engulfed me as I grappled with the sudden loss and the conflicting messages I'd received, I didn’t believe it, so I decided to go back to the farm to prove everyone wrong, but never hear from her again or meet her since that day.

To this day, I remain haunted by the unanswered questions and the surreal nature of that day. I wonder if anyone else has experienced such profound confusion and loss. It's a story of grief, disbelief, and the lingering impact of uncertainty on my life and no one has ever believed me.


Answered 2 months ago

Everyone will expirience it i know it hurts but no words can stop the bleed on your heart


Answered 2 months ago

yes i have it was hard but i got through it. I can help you and will be there for you in your hard and best times


Answered 2 months ago

Yes I have . My brother was the closest person to me when we lost him it was like I lost a part of myself. Lead me to being emotionally in denial eventually Ive found healthy ways to cope with it, give me a call I’d be more than willing to elaborate.


Answered 2 months ago

Unlock Startups Unlimited

Access 20,000+ Startup Experts, 650+ masterclass videos, 1,000+ in-depth guides, and all the software tools you need to launch and grow quickly.

Already a member? Sign in

Copyright © 2024 Startups.com LLC. All rights reserved.