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Old 02-13-2006, 05:50 AM   #21
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My grandfather dieing on christmas eve, friends dieing in L.A. when I was a teenager ( hispanics and black males ages 12-28 in 1987 were killed in gang related issues that averaged 30 funerals per week.) Sometimes between the earth quakes, and funeral lines I would be late for school. Out of my 32 years of living I was in love twice, sucks when the end of the relationship comes. You can't concentrate on work, school, look stupid, and feel terrible. But now that Jesus has come into my life, my true love ( my wife ) I'm at total peace now.
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Old 02-13-2006, 10:05 AM   #22
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Going over to pick up my friend I grew up with, lived across from me growing up talked to him on Friday afternoon he wanted to go wakeboarding with me the next day so i said I will pick you up on my way!!! get to his house around ten Saturday morning go to knock on the door it is opened so I figured he opened it for me!!! I started calling his name no answer so I go in and as soon as i walked in I could tell something was up just had an erie feeling go to the living room and he is dead with blood all over the wall floors every where gun laying on the floor!!! He shot himself!!! that was 9 yrs ago and I am still !!!! I do not know if he had planned it that way for me to find him or not!!!! if he did that is really up!!!! No note !!! I do not understand that had a great job nice house and nice girlfriend!! What the !!!! Just talking about it me off!!! I will never forget what I saw!!!
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think the hardest thing for me was my accident that took the use of my legs away from me. I was the most active person you could imagine. I was fearcly independent and then the accident made me full dependent. After the accident, I seem to have been pulled away from my friends and family. Now people that were once friends don't seem to want to be around me and spend time with me. I guess it is due to the fact that they think I won't enjoy or be able to do things due to my paralysis. That hurts to this day. My own family doesn't come visit me or even call me anymore to see how I am doing. When I was bed ridden, I needed 24hr care at home and finding people to help out was difficult. So I tried to get friends and family to help. Some of my own family would not help cause they said that they were having a hard time coping with my accident. I think that is a crock of . So I guess what hurts the most is that I bent over backwards helping my friends and family before my accident and then when I was in a time of need, they weren't there. And continue to not be there. Now, I have my best friend of 17yrs moving away and making a bad decision.

Other things that hurt me are as follows:
Not being able to get a
Not being able to feel the pleasures of .
Not being able to ride a bike and hang off in the corners with my knees dragging.

And for one final thing that hurts me...

Bring all these negative memories back up again...

, it is time to move on...life continues
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Old 02-13-2006, 12:16 PM   #24
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wow.. sorry to hear about all of your situations.. really sucks..
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think the hardest thing for me was my accident that took the use of my legs away from me. I was the most active person you could imagine. I was fearcly independent and then the accident made me full dependent. After the accident, I seem to have been pulled away from my friends and family. Now people that were once friends don't seem to want to be around me and spend time with me. I guess it is due to the fact that they think I won't enjoy or be able to do things due to my paralysis. That hurts to this day. My own family doesn't come visit me or even call me anymore to see how I am doing. When I was bed ridden, I needed 24hr care at home and finding people to help out was difficult. So I tried to get friends and family to help. Some of my own family would not help cause they said that they were having a hard time coping with my accident. I think that is a crock of . So I guess what hurts the most is that I bent over backwards helping my friends and family before my accident and then when I was in a time of need, they weren't there. And continue to not be there. Now, I have my best friend of 17yrs moving away and making a bad decision.

Other things that hurt me are as follows:
Not being able to get a
Not being able to feel the pleasures of .
Not being able to ride a bike and hang off in the corners with my knees dragging.

And for one final thing that hurts me...

Bring all these negative memories back up again...

, it is time to move on...life continues

Well mine wasn't as direct to me as yours, and losing a loved one can't even compare to what you went through, but the one thing that remains constant is that when it comes crunch time you really do get to see who the your "Friends" are. Been there done that,....... guess thats why i have no "Real" friends...just acquaintances
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Old 02-13-2006, 12:21 PM   #26
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Sorry to hear that!!! Those people were never really your friends if they bailed on you like that!!! what a bunch of !!! That is wrong your family will not even help!! If something like that happened to my daughter I would be at her beck and call!!!
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Yeah, all of it sucks cause it does feel like there are no REAL freinds. However, I do have one that became a REAL friend out of all this. I too have a lot of acquaintances...This is just a thought, but each and everyone of us are responsible for being a REAL friend for someone else. So lets try to think and remember to be that friend.
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Old 02-13-2006, 12:39 PM   #28
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my story is pretty much the same as ev1 else just a different sequence: heard my mom yelling in the hallway, ran out and saw my dad on the floor coughing up blood. spent the next two weeks living in the hospital. they sedated him after a couple days and he stayed in a sleep like state with a breathing machine. doctors decide that he won't make it and to shut down the instruments. next day at 12:00 pm, a nurse walked in calmly and turned off all the machines while i stood there. next thing i knew the man i admired was dieing in front of me. I told him goodnight the night before he was sedated, but little did i know that i should of have said goodbye.
oh man the same thing happened to my dad he had 3 heart attacks the last one we were at home and i decided to take him to the hospital without waiting for the ambulance. i got there and his heart stopped, the doctor said its too late but luckily one nurse (friend of my dad since he was a regular) never gave up on him and revived him. it was the biggest emptiness i felt, 11 years of war never made me feel that way. but luckily my dad is alive now, that was like 10 years ago and he hasnt had a problem since. maybe cause he quit smoking and stressing over stupid things... im sorry ur dad didnt make it i know how it feels.
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think the hardest thing for me was my accident that took the use of my legs away from me. I was the most active person you could imagine. I was fearcly independent and then the accident made me full dependent. After the accident, I seem to have been pulled away from my friends and family. Now people that were once friends don't seem to want to be around me and spend time with me. I guess it is due to the fact that they think I won't enjoy or be able to do things due to my paralysis. That hurts to this day. My own family doesn't come visit me or even call me anymore to see how I am doing. When I was bed ridden, I needed 24hr care at home and finding people to help out was difficult. So I tried to get friends and family to help. Some of my own family would not help cause they said that they were having a hard time coping with my accident. I think that is a crock of . So I guess what hurts the most is that I bent over backwards helping my friends and family before my accident and then when I was in a time of need, they weren't there. And continue to not be there. Now, I have my best friend of 17yrs moving away and making a bad decision.

Other things that hurt me are as follows:
Not being able to get a
Not being able to feel the pleasures of .
Not being able to ride a bike and hang off in the corners with my knees dragging.

And for one final thing that hurts me...

Bring all these negative memories back up again...

, it is time to move on...life continues
man, I wont say I m sorry for u, bcos thats pretty easy to say. All i would say is, that dont give up , dont ever become a cynic. i hv seen miracles, seen people come back from NOTHING! dont ever let negativity get u, all it takes to bounce back is positivity
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Old 02-13-2006, 12:47 PM   #30
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wow Brian.. I think that is probably the worst pain I think that someone could feel.. being abandoned by yuor closest friends and even family!...well, anyone of us are here if you need...
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hey brian buzz us when u need to we can take you to pp1 or help you build a trike!!!!!
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hey brian buzz us when u need to we can take you to pp1 or help you build a trike!!!!!

Orange County Choppers Fantasy Bike 4 comes to mind
NOT dragging a knee but still the wind in your face kinda fun !

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