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It is two months now since I lost my only child (19 year old daughter who was studying to be a doctor, and had almost completed her first year in medical school). Dealing with this blow is especially hard, as we had great hopes of her life and wanted to see her happy. It is very difficult to go on.



I had made many wooden items for her, but now they only stand in her empty room as silent witness to happy times (so far away now). My woodworking has come to an end.
Please dont worry.. Do you go to hospital for psychiatry.. You have to work.. your mind will be busy.. you have no time for being sad... I know you feel very badly but you must be strong.. Everythings will be allright..

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There is much joy in giving .....

I am certain that she would not want you to stop your woodworking. You just need to find another outlet for the beautiful things you make. Maybe a grandaughter of a friend or other relative. Handmade items are really heirlooms to be treasured and passed along, not to be stored away. They need to find a good home.

I am sorry for your loss, stay strong even though it will be difficult.



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It is two months now since I lost my only child (19 year old daughter who was studying to be a doctor, and had almost completed her first year in medical school). Dealing with this blow is especially hard, as we had great hopes of her life and wanted to see her happy. It is very difficult to go on.

I had made many wooden items for her, but now they only stand in her empty room as silent witness to happy times (so far away now). My woodworking has come to an end.

The answer to your question will only be as detailed and specific as the question is detailed and specific. Good questions also include a sketch or a photo that illustrates your issue. (:< D)
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My heart aches for you. There is nothing I know to say or do that can ease that kind of pain. Be strong, and search for a path that leads you to a brighter place ahead. Do not sit in silence, but ask for help and comfort when you need it.

Please understand that we all care.

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It is two months now since I lost my only child (19 year old daughter who was studying to be a doctor, and had almost completed her first year in medical school). Dealing with this blow is especially hard, as we had great hopes of her life and wanted to see her happy. It is very difficult to go on.

I had made many wooden items for her, but now they only stand in her empty room as silent witness to happy times (so far away now). My woodworking has come to an end.
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It is two months now since I lost my only child (19 year old daughter who was studying to be a doctor, and had almost completed her first year in medical school). Dealing with this blow is especially hard, as we had great hopes of her life and wanted to see her happy. It is very difficult to go on.

I had made many wooden items for her, but now they only stand in her empty room as silent witness to happy times (so far away now). My woodworking has come to an end.
I wish I had words. Even writing this little bit is difficult. I am so sorry for you. I hope you can find some solace in these posts.
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It is two months now since I lost my only child (19 year old daughter who was studying to be a doctor, and had almost completed her first year in medical school). Dealing with this blow is especially hard, as we had great hopes of her life and wanted to see her happy. It is very difficult to go on.



I had made many wooden items for her, but now they only stand in her empty room as silent witness to happy times (so far away now). My woodworking has come to an end.


One never expects to out live their children.

The grief must be excruciating at this point. Unfortunately the grieving will never end, although time will eventually make it easier to go about your daily routine. I know that sharing your grief with us was bringing tears to your eyes for the sadness you must be feeling.

Iím really sorry for your loss.
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