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Marco died on December 22 2017, i was at school when it happened, it was the one day that I didn’t say goodbye or say my prayers while driving to school. He had kidney cancer. I don’t like being in my house any more because it reminds me of what I don’t have anymore. I miss him with all of my heart because he was more than just a pet, he was more like a brother. When I got home I would walk over to his bed and I would sit down and whisper to him, he made me feel safe when I was home alone and a person tried to break into my home. He was my best friend that I could tell anything, so that’s what I did. I miss him with all my heart ❤️. I know he went to heaven because there is no dog that could ever fill the massive hole in my heart. He was the only one that could put this really big derpy smile on my face. He was my reason for so many things I did. I cry every single day, I don’t think I should still be sad, is it unhealthy? I don’t want to tell my parents about this because then they will waste their time and money trying to make me happy. Should I tell them? Please reply, I would really appreciate some feedback and support.

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I'm sorry about your dear Marco.  I don't think it's unhealthy to still be sad.  My dog died four weeks ago and I cry almost every day.  

Do you feel as though you can't function because of your sadness?  If so, it would be a good idea to talk to your parents.  Most parents don't feel like they're wasting their time or money when they're trying to help their children feel better.  (I'm a mom:  I like it when my children need me!)
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