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cmartin04

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Lost my girl a week ago tomorrow. See her everywhere I look, can hear her in the house, hurts soooo bad. Have gone over and over what I did wrong what I should have done, how I let her down. She loved me so much. Was my best friend. She trusted me and I let her down.
GinaXOXO

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I am so sorry for your loss.  I understand seeing and hearing her everywhere in the house.  I am beginning to believe that it is normal.  I hope you are doing better now.  I'm sending you cyber hugs.  
cmartin04

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Thank you. We are all in pain here. Tomorrow will be 5 weeks since I lost my girl. I was starting to be better but the last couple of days its like it all was brand new. I keep ging over and over thngs and memories just come flooding in and I can't stop crying. 

GinaXOXO

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I'm just sending you so many hugs.  I think I can safely say all of us here understand.  I hoped I'd be in a better place by now but I still feel so broken-hearted.  I try to cherish her memories, and I do, but other times it just hits me that I really wish she were here.  She was just here a couple of weeks ago and doing pretty darn well until the end.  So, it seems so preventable and illogical.  I can't let myself get stuck thinking about that.  But, it is hard.  

I had family over this weekend and I know they're scared to bring her up.  I get it -- I have done that too when I am with someone who has had a loss.  But, I don't want them to be afraid to say her name in front of me so I talked about her.  I want them to know that she is still one of my favorite subjects and I love to talk about my sweet little girl.  

We're going to be ok.  We're mourning.  We loved deeply.  Some believe that pets come into our lives to teach us lessons.  Maybe our lesson is that we are stronger than we know?  We can find our way.  There is nothing wrong with memories or crying.  When you have memories of Anna don't suppress them -- cherish them.  Or, at least try.  
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