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#49 - kaycie (07/10/2013) [-]
mfw im 20 and no one in my family or any of my pets have died yet.   
I dont know how im going to deal with it
mfw im 20 and no one in my family or any of my pets have died yet.
I dont know how im going to deal with it
#122 to #49 - anonymous (07/11/2013) [-]
You cant deal with it lel
You'll keep wishing you could've done so much more wih your pet, You didn't give him enough love and hope to live a happy life, You'll doubt yourself into a pit of shame and mental torture. You'll regret the days that you weren't as positive or nice to your pet. You'll get more depressed, Knowing that a part of you has left so unexpectedly. You feel as if you're alone in an open world, with nobody to walk beside.
Its like losing a family member, But only knowing that he or she wouldn't judge you, They would be there to comfort you.
And when you experience that feel, You'll will resort to violently masturbating to MLP.

User avatar #96 to #49 - jittersfj (07/11/2013) [-]
It'll be a tough process. I was sadly away at college when my dog passed in April. I had him for 12 years. I straight up cried in my room for 4 days, with little spats of tears for the next couple weeks. Luckily I had people who were supportive. One friend gave me lots of chocolate. And my roommate was cool and let me be alone in my room. Just gotta' be open about it and allow friends to help you heal.
#87 to #49 - fourthusername (07/11/2013) [-]
don't worry about it, just remember: would the person/pet who passed away want you to constantly be sad? No, they would want to move on eventually and enjoy your life.
User avatar #51 to #49 - ireallylikepotatoe (07/10/2013) [-]
Badly, is the answer.


I have the same problem. Last time a family member of mine died I was about 2 and I feel like such a scumbag when I say I don't remember them.
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