Losing A Loved One Essay

910 Words4 Pages
Every single person has their own individual way of expressing their emotions.When I lose wifi connection or when I check my pockets and I don’t feel my phone I feel like I am going to have an anxiety attack. Little meaningless circumstances cause me to freak out on a regular basis. If everything that is important to me: friends, family is taken away from me, I have no idea what I would do because I need their company, their advice and their presence. It scares me to think that one day I can lose everything that I care for, and I personally don’t think that I can cope with a death of a loved one. Death is a scary thing to think about. I would think that nobody really knows how they would cope with the death of someone you were really close to until it actually happens to them. Losing a loved one is like having your heart ripped out from your chest. Many people wonder and imagine what we would do when someone we love passes away. I never thought of death as something hurtful, until my grandmas death. I do not think anyone really thinks about tragedy until they are actually faced with the life changing news when it occurs. It amazes me how we all take life for granted. The loss of someone you love will leave you feeling empty inside, I know because I felt like that when my…show more content…
When someone who internally sick with a disease that is slowly killing them you know that that person will die soon, as a result you will spend more time with that person. In contrast, if a loved one was to die in a car crash or gets murdered that would be a horrifying thing to find out. In my opinion, that would be ten times harder than an internal death to cope with because it would be instant and tragic. A death of sickness, you would see it coming, therefore you would have time to say your goodbyes to your loved one. An instant death would be surprising and it would catch you of

More about Losing A Loved One Essay

Open Document