Yeah no one should have to deal with this kind of $hit.
I'm curious, did the media put a spin on this case?
Was she a victim of cyberbullying or was she one of the many aboriginal youth (from that area) that seem to choose suicide?
*Sorry, just noticed the "baby sister" part, I really thought you meant to type "baby sitter".
Whether you somehow blame yourself for this incident or are struggling with the void she left in your family, drinking isn't the answer.
Continue to seek help, whatever your community/dept has to offer.
De-briefing was just the start.
I cannot tell you how to deal with loss, or with your emotions. Nobody can give you advice on how you feel, or how to deal with your emotions, unless you find someone to talk to about what happened, and how you feel.
My father is a crisis counselor with the Ontario Government, and volunteers his time helping gamblers, drug addicts, and other individuals deal with personal tradgedy. His advice is to talk to somebody as soon as possible, to help this burden leave your shoulders.
Please talk to somebody about your feelings, wheather it's the CCM team, or an outside entity.
My best regards, and be well,
just to set the record straight...i have not touched a Drink in 8 years..so i was not drunk when i posted this,,just wanted to share a story..
just to set the record straight...i have not touched a Drink in 8 years..so i was not drunk when i posted this,,just wanted to share a story..[/quote]
That's a good thing to hear, that you haven't been drinking. God Bless, stay well. My condolences as well. I'm sure if ya need to vent sometime, no one on here would mind...
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