Posted August 23, 2018 08:00:48When we lost her friend in 2016, it felt like an eternity.
I still can’t explain how devastating it felt.
It took me a long time to understand that it was a bad thing.
It’s not easy to come to terms with losing a friend.
I have lost my best friends in the past, including my girlfriend of six years, and it felt hard to be in the same situation as someone I had spent a lifetime with.
I was still trying to cope with the loss of my friend, and at times it felt as though my mind was racing.
My mind was on the pain she was experiencing, on the people she was leaving behind, and I was thinking about how I would deal with her funeral.
I didn’t know how to cope, but I knew that I couldn’t go back to a life that was filled with worry and negativity.
I struggled to find answers.
I tried to stay positive and positive, but at times I felt like it was impossible.
I wanted to know what happened to my friend and whether I could be as strong as she was.
I wanted to find the strength to move forward with her life and find her happiness.
I have always had a tough time coping with emotions, so I tried my best to stay away from them.
I was worried that it would cause my mental health issues.
But the worst part of losing my friend was when it hit me that I was never going to find her again.
I couldn’t bring myself to look at her again, not once.
My thoughts were so hard to bear.
I found myself crying at night, crying my eyes out, I couldn´t sleep.
I had no clue what to do, but after I had lost my friend in the winter of 2016, I was terrified.
I had no idea what I was going to do next.
I still remember the day that she died, I didn’t sleep that night.
I couldn`t stop crying, it was so hard.
I just kept thinking about her.
I started to cry and felt so guilty, I even went so far as to say that she had died for me.
I lost the strength and courage to be with her and the strength that she gave me.
It was such a shock to me when I lost my partner and that is when I started to feel really sad and angry.
I cried all the time, but every time I cried I cried for the first time in almost five years.
It felt like I was losing the will to live and the ability to move on.
I felt so sad that my life was ending and I felt so angry that my partner was leaving me and that I had never found happiness.
I felt completely alone, so desperate to find something to hold onto and feel happy again.
In the end, it seemed like the most logical way for me to end things was to end it all with my girlfriend.
I decided to take the step to get over the grief of my loss.
I didn´t want to be there anymore, so it seemed only fair to bring it to a close and put the past behind me.
As I wrote in my book, My Best Friend, I would never have believed that it could have been so difficult to be honest with myself about my feelings about her death.
I could have taken my own life, but it was only because she was my friend.
It feels so strange to say goodbye, but as my best mate, it feels so natural to say thank you.