LJpalmbeacher

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Oh no, my prayers and condolences are with you. Stay strong for your fiancé through this difficult time! The Colts board family is here for you if you need anything!

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I'm so sorry for your loss. Just keep in mind god has something special planned.

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NCF gives sage advice, hard if not impossible to imagine the loss you're suffering.  Take the time to grieve and find strength in faith, family and friends.  God Bless!

 

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Really sorry for your loss. Everyone here will be here for you in your time of need. Feel free to post whatever you need in order to get better. Stay strong, I'm sure your family and friends will be there for you.

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sorry to hear, thoughts and prayers.  Need anything, even to just vent, don't hesitate to message me.

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I am sorry to hear this LJ.....I know it's hard to figure out why these things happen......NCF took the words right out of my mouth, stay strong, she would want you to be happy just like she did when your mom passed. We are ALL here for you brother. PM me if you need to talk.

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I'm so sorry for your loss man.. I can't fathom what you're going through right now, but with all sincerity, PLEASE hit me up if you need someone to talk to. I'd also really recommend professional grief therapy. It's not an easy road to go down by yourself and often a very dangerous one. Please let me/us know if there's anything we can do to help you!

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You have lots of friends here....     people who are reaching out to you....      people are here to help....

 

Let them help you....      be strong enough to say yes to them....      Lacy would want this....

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LJ, I am very sorry for your loss. My deepest condolences. You have many friends here that will help you. Don't be afraid to reach out to those close to you.

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LJ..as many others have said, so sorry for your loss. I can tell you that it's healthy to grieve, tears and time can mend a broken heart. At first, memories are intertwined with pain but at some point, the pain subsides and all you have are memories, some of which that will make you smile. Have faith that you will see her again. It's hard, I know but you can get through this.

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Condolences, LJ.

 

Keep your head up!!   I wish I could say or do more to personally help you but just do your best to stay strong.

 

Nothing but love to you and yours, my brother.

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I know the sorrow you are feeling right now seems endless; however keep comfort in your heart and spirit that all of us here are with you now and anytime you need.

Bless you

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So sorry to hear of your loss. Please take the advice of some wise posters who say that if you need to reach out to someone do so. Your fiance would want you to keep her memory alive by sharing your loving memories of her with others.

 

Nothing I can do or say will take your pain away & you will need to grieve in your own way, in your own time.

Only by doing so will you keep her in your heart forever.

 

I pray for you & her family. May you all somehow find peace. 

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