Lot's of people ! All my family, most of my relatives, lot's of old war buddies, and many more. When you get old , they add up pretty quick unfortunately. May they all rest in peace till the next time.
Yes. Our family had one particularly difficult five year period. I lost my grandmother, three uncles, two cousins and my aunt.
Yes, many. It changes you forever.
Yes, wife, son, father, mother and a few friends.
Sure I have and to cancer.
Yes my Grandparents, both of my sisters, my husbands Grandpa (I was closer to him then my own grandpa so I count him.)
Yeah I lost my grandma, my aunt, my dog and I miscarried at 17 years old.
I lost both my grandfathers when I was very young, so I don't have many of those wonderful grandpa moments that so many people have. Actually, I only have one of those memories.
I lost both grandmothers in my 20s. They both died from breast cancer.
I have lost a couple of friends as well.
Considering my age I am actually very fortunate that I haven't lost more. I can't think of any of my friends that are around my age still have both parents. And too many have lost both.
not yet but the day will come when i will lose my parents.
Oh yes. My husband, my mother, my only brother, my grandparents, and many of my dearest friends and relatives. I now have more loved ones who have passed away than those remaining.
I lost my Uncle Scott, I think about him often.
I lost my father about a year and a half now.
The level of importance is weighed on what HE will miss more then what I will miss . . .
Lost my parents my cat taz my sister and both step brothers
A whole world.
The many comments posted were painful to even read about. I join you in experiencing that same pain. Understanding why we die and the hope for the dead has been very comforting to me. Knowing that this is not God's will and why He has allowed it has given me the ability to see the future that God has purposed.