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Aww! Thank you Himochi!! You're lovely!
Ah, may I also get an add? I like to think I can be on top of this, but I've just been missing these left and right. (As an aside, does anyone have any of the most recent item for sale? :D)
Welcome back! Congrats on your graduation!!
I realize this is quite a heavy topic, and I apologize if this isn't the place for it. Hopefully you'll forgive me for being a bit of a bummer right now. I wanted to find out from all of you lovely individuals how you all get through the topic of death. Everyone grieves differently and I'm certain everyone also has different methods to cope and survive after a loved one has passed on. What works for you to keep moving on? What do you tend to need from others? Do you prefer someone to cry with? Do you want someone to be a ray of sunshine to distract you? Do you just want silence? I'm no stranger to death, I lost my father a handful of years ago; but I'm currently faced with one of my best friends losing his battle with cancer. It should be survivable, but due to its location, it's inoperable and both chemo and radio have stopped being useful for about a year now. Early last night he collapsed and judging from what his friends and family are telling me, it's looking like the end. This post is not about me asking for sympathy. I have a system for grief that works for me already and a loving support network for when there's more than I can bare. What I want to know is how other people grieve and how, when you're at your weakest, what do you need your closest friends to do? I have a handful of friends that will be at my buddy's side throughout. They will all be there for him. I want to be there for them. My personality makes it easy for me to put aside my feelings to help people through theirs if they need it, and it's something I'll want to do now. Any advice is appreciated. Edit: Also, if you want to talk about your stories, I welcome that too. We all want to be heard, and I know I'm all ears.
I make cartoons and people pay me for it. It's weird.
I really like bunnies.