Joecal is young too. And maybe he hasn't experienced a close loss as we all have yet. You know the older you get, the more of the people you know pass in some sort of manner or another. Once, in a period of a year, I lost five close relatives. Two were my sisters, my mom, my grandmother and my aunt. That seemed huge, especially at that time.
But what I am saying is I don't think that he has anybody close to him die, and if he did, and has no feelings about
it, then I see it as a plea for help because he would need it.
Aurora, you are such a sweet member. I am glad that you post to others too, because you always offer good advice. You really have a talent for that. And I am so happy that you are a member of the forum.
Joecal hasn't posted on this thread since the15th, so maybe he isn't going to be on for a while. I don't 'know.
But I do totally understand your feelings, we who have suffered great losses seem to be sensitive with this issue. But like Raniah said, I don't think that he meant for it to come out the way that it did. I think it was more of a question as to "why do I feel this way?"
I hope that everybody has a good day.
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