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Wie Ines um ihren Freund trauert I 37 Grad

Aug 25, 2022

Wie Ines um ihren Freund trauert I 37 Grad

The emergency doctor was there within ten minutes but there was simply nothing more they could do. They could no longer define it i appreciated him a lot we have here it helps to live the memories because i have i the feeling i'm not gone so i'm

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i'm 36 years old and i lost my boyfriend my partner in november last year who suddenly died yes and now I'm fighting my way through what I'm doing here helps me enormously in dealing with my grief because I'm simply confronted with it again and again being confronted with him is confronted with my old life I think that helps in processing and in the whole process roland was very social very good-natured loving roland was funny roland was super intelligent totally smart he h at always took care of everything made sure everyone was fine that everyone got what they wanted always helped everywhere and put a lot back ourselves our relationship with each other was i would say is very special we were very different optically from the age professionally it didn't really fit together but somehow very well we were on the same wavelength we got on really well we had the same sense of humor laughed at the same things yes we we felt like we didn't need many words to describe the to understand others and i really appreciated that about him from four years on for the first time with us it is so common that you first go hiking and maybe drink a little alcohol and i did that with friends and he was on duty so he was political yes i have him yes
wie ines um ihren freund trauert i 37 grad
came up to me i saw him and immediately thought what kind of man a chicken egg 98 meters tall and I spoke to him and said hey you don't even have a ring on your finger it can still happen with the two of us and yes he beamed immediately and I think he liked me too and then you came back and gave me his at some point bus

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s card slipped and my day you can get in touch with me and yes then it got very intense very quickly and a week later I was here with me and I never left and I there she slipped the bus

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s card diamir I would like that too a darling must so that there are still bus

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s cards i think those like alba name for gods sake really silly really stupid but somehow also funny we cooked a lot together we ate a lot together we also went out to eat a lot we worked together a lot on the construction site when he renovated the house in his free time and i helped a lot he taught me a lot we ran a lot together in the green it didn't matter what we did because everything was somehow good so roland also gave me the chain in the heart bones from existing roland shot had ossified at the old vicarage of the heart when the man shoots the give me your heart make his love and he gave it to me and i then had it set in the glass many yes now i also wear the necklace on special occasions on november 11th, 2021 i had a message in my mailbox from his ex-wife did you listen to it and yes she did then very excitedly and with tears reported that roland had collapsed that the emergency
wie ines um ihren freund trauert i 37 grad
doctor but that doesn’t look good i called her back immediately and by then it was already too late so there or then already declared dead by the emergency doctor and yes roland i died very suddenly he visited his children and his ex-wife he also had a very good relationship got out of the car sic h grabbed his chest and said where i was in pain vienna and collapsed he was then immediately resuscitated by his ex-wife and by passers-by and an ambulance was there within ten minutes but they just couldn't do anything anymore they couldn't help him anymore vibrating it was a zero line because it was just right away or so the first thought isn't shit any other way you can't say it so the first few days were it was very special i didn't get out of bed in the morning so i could get up early if i had to son comes home from school around 12 1 i was paralyzed and lay in bed it was absolutely absolute empt

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s it was unbelievable it was surreal it also took me a long time to understand it was pure desperation it was sadness anger fear of the future absolutely overwhelmed yes it was quite hopeless because no one can say how long it will last there is no patent remedy and there is one for a there's always a solution in life somehow but not for that and that also makes you afraid that you don't know how long it lasts how long does this feeling last what do i have to do to make it better for me now i'm 36 and a widow and it's not even really us weren't married what am I doing with my
wie ines um ihren freund trauert i 37 grad
life now so we had plans for the future we wanted to travel maybe wanted to move in together at some point and it's all gone now it's unfair that's not fair so I definitely associate roland with the forest I had before I don't really have a connection to the forest I have to say, to be honest, but through roland definitely so roland me soon you can't say it any other way and baltische roland I knew relatively quickly that roland is the love of my life it just felt right for a second and the funeral was perfect i don't know if that can tell me that a funeral is nice but also very dignified and i think it would have ih I liked it there were a lot of people so I can't say it exactly anymore I think there were 5,600 people that one or a few moments where I really had to cry when it started because then all the tension of the last few days went away and the dams broke absolutely so left a big void and i'm also convinced not only for me but for everything that means family as friends is colleagues i think that's just a gap that will never close again quite clearly because he was simply a very special person every person is this special but roland was particularly special and the gap that will always remain with all hessians like roland has never accompanied anything before so sadness accompanies me now so i probably kicked a bottle of beer out of my rucksack roland were passionate beer drinkers and somehow it has become so established over the last few months that when i h here I
wie ines um ihren freund trauert i 37 grad
am with him that I just put a bottle of beer on the grave shit what I was here with my parents and my siblings standing there everyone was drinking beer or some kind of mixed drink sometimes just kind of a good atmosphere that sounds really stupid in a cemetery something to say but it was like that it felt good and i'm sure when he saw it we applauded and celebrated harz then cheers roland i miss him as a person i miss the time we spent together i miss a laugh i miss also his seriousness his support his advice he always gave good advice i miss that because nobody gives the advice anymore i have to think it up myself grief is something absolutely individual sum i could never have imagined how it is like that sometimes they're thrown in there, you can't defend yourself and then you have to make sure that you get to the surface and how there it doesn't matter at all he is very open about roland's death and my grief on instagram because i noticed that it's just good to write it from my soul and of course also to receive encouragement and somehow it has developed in such a way that i write letters to he writes it was such a process at the beginning it wasn't like that now it's something like that i always talk to him and logically i don't get any reaction from him but from a lot of other people and that's good for me yes the memory helps me to live because that's how i have the feeling he's not gone he was there and he's still there now but i think if you don't even think of
wie ines um ihren freund trauert i 37 grad
someone then that's really gone but if he's just there somehow still through the room floats and is present without it hurting when i feel good that was a shirt from him had to wear a lot of shirts to work or i just shirts and yes i just saw the side gene from the back of his back äht and that was and his favorite t shirts cut up the city and somehow put it back together to form a whole and now that's just a manroland cushion so i also visited a mourning group so i caught up very quickly is tot cared that i then got a place and was there twice that was really well done i have to say however i just do by far the youngest so it was women only women i would say from 60 plus and i quickly noticed that it is just on a different level so i think that at the age of 60, 70, 80 you simply have different worries and fears when your partner dies because you spent a lot more time together and the women are of course socialized very differently and dealing with grief is quite a thing other so we're going to a good friend of mine who's just reacting her house and i'll help and roland vi has it el done and have been helping my girlfriend back since february regularly several times a week depending on what there is to do well i think it's kind of a relic from the past that you can wear black in the trojan and can't go dancing and can't laugh i see but that's different i think my grief it's mine the time i want and i don't have to do that with clothes we have a motto it's a bit my wife is
wie ines um ihren freund trauert i 37 grad
and i'm colorful the grief is colorful i go my own way everyone goes its own way but it also goes my own way and do what's good for me hello it was calmer than she usually is definitely yes but I'll say honestly I don't think she really has it in any way she's got herself now because of that not surrendered or given up or anything else your grief is definitely the conventional one what has to be said in all honesty so many are really then fall into a hole just sit down hi n today for hours or sun protection she certainly did that too but only for herself in a guide strokes yes then the topic here with us here with the construction site she said i always cleaned out all the houses in roland and renovated david and turned it into something that makes it her fun and it was so that we then basically then the memory maybe leads back again yes but those were happy times which i enjoy and she wants to hold on to it that's really nice too so i like it It's good, I see it that way too, but it's also nice to hear something else from him and I have to say I had to learn that, and things like that are still hard to come by, he has his moments like that, I feel more than usual because i simply have a lot of memories so i see a lot that means a spatula or some scraper scratching things off the ceiling or the wall and then i think something besides that is broken in that case the house would be yes and but something new is being created again so here the plasterboard sheets are somehow
screwed to the wall and marked together and clean up and something new and beautiful is created and yes maybe you can do that a bit as metaphor see something is going to be broken but new and good and maybe also better so i don't even say that because somehow i'll rule this relationship or rhede that badly but yes i see the future positively and hope that it will be good and it will be well that can only be good so i try to be aware of the people and maybe even go there again even if you think he has i don't feel like it any more today or if for example my grandfather is also very old is just to stop for a moment and say hello and maybe sit two minutes longer because you know it's never quite over and at some point it's be sometimes it goes faster and sometimes it takes longer but I have already realized that you actually use every second where I really do it myself it's not just about the others but it's also about you when you do this liked the video then subscribed to the channel so as not to miss anything have you ever lost someone who was close to you how did the site deal with it? write that in the comments
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