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Do you notice a difference in your behavior every year around the same time of someones passing?

You think after 15 years I would have this somewhat under control
yeah. I’ll never not.
summersong · F
Yeah, the week around the anniversary of my dad’s death is always rough for me and it’s been ages.
Chasingthesun · 46-50, F
He was killed 7 years ago. I'm still a mess on his birthday, his death day anniversary, Veterans day, Memorial day, and the Fourth of July
DragonFruit · 61-69, M
Yes, my mother died 9 years ago, my father 26 years ago....and around the dates of their deaths and their birthdays, I always end up going into a depression.
rottenrobi · 56-60, F
I'm sure, for the rest of my life, one week of the year will remind me of someone very special.
Spokeskitties75 · 46-50, M
That bullshit time heals all wounds doesn’t always apply
Chasingthesun · 46-50, F
NewBeginnings7790 · 36-40, F
I do every year for my grandmother. Losing her was one of the hardest things in my life, I don’t think it’ll ever be something I’ll be at peace with. ((((Hugs)))) to you, it’s been 19 years for me.
rjc36 · 56-60, M
When we lose someone special at certain times of the year we always seem to remember them more It can be a good and sad thing at times.
No. Fortunately, my mind doesn’t work that way. Peace to you, though.
Nah. 21 years for me. Still get a bit moody around that time
LvChris · 41-45, M
Nah, it's just part of life to me. Sorry if you're havin' a rough time though. I'm glad you realized that being a green blob doesn't make the hurt stop.

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