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Is it weird that I'd love to see any of that art? When my brother's gf passed, they created a gallery of her art. They even made some really cool tshirts out of some of the pieces. The work was all done by her sister. It can be rewarding to take on the role of keeping their memories with us.


TrainerJewel

I'll probably compile some of my favorites together and share it in a gallery online, I would love to share what he enjoyed. Thank you for the kind suggestion.


LaMadreDelCantante

I'm so sorry. I lost my brother to an overdose last September. He was 36. I know how much it sucks.


TrainerJewel

I'm sorry for your loss as well. It's so awful.


ForsakenPerception

Im in a similar situation. I'm 20 and I lost my 23 year old brother to an overdose in March. He was my best friend. You mentioned video games it was the same. He loved them I don't even want to touch any of them without him


TrainerJewel

We played the game Overcooked together all the time and I bought the sequel for us to play. We got halfway through the game and I don't know if I can ever play again. I'm sorry for your loss as well


KickHlsAssSeaBass

I'm sorry. I lost a friend to drug addiction before he was 20. It fucking sucks. You won't die without him. Things will get better with time (I know some people here say that they won't, but they will. People here are biased toward the negative be cause it's a support forum for people having a tough time).


TrainerJewel

I know that I'll keep living and the pain won't be so severe eventually. Just feels too much to bear now. Thank you


marieelaine03

Same here, I feel your post 100%! I don't want to live in a world without him in it!


rosytw12

I’m so sorry for your loss. The unexpected loss of a loved one can often leave you feeling off-kilter. Surround yourself with those that knew him and loved him, and rejoice that his legacy was left behind on the world through you. so sorry, xoxoxo


TrainerJewel

thank you for the kind words ♥️ he was loved by many so I know I'll have a lot of support.