First off, I am so sorry for your loss. I have had 7 teenagers that passed away in the past month in my town due to car accidents and they are very emotional, unexpected losses. I wanted to go to school to major in psychology to help people through situations such as this. Unexpected deaths can hit you emotionally at random times, and can take years to get over. It's completely normal to cry when you think about her, every normal person would. You loved her and she was a part of you. You lost your best friend. It's really good to do something that you just did, believe or not. You wrote down exactly how you felt with your question. Having people to talk to and letting your emotions flow out really help with becoming overemotional.
I asked the same questions when a friend of mine killed herself. What is Heaven like? Is she happy and okay where she is now? Well I was asking myself this question for a year and a half now. Recently I heard about Ben Breedlove, the teenager from Texas, and I bet you have heard too. His videos were very inspirational to me when it came to think about whether or not my friend is okay. He faced death three times and lived to tell about it, until passing away for his fourth and final time on Christmas. His videos showed that my friend was okay, that Heaven is whatever you want it to be. I can tell you for a fact that she is happy, looking down at you telling you that she's okay and she's always going to be with you. I tell myself that everyday with my friend, because it's the hardest thing to go through in life, and it's only the beginning. Here are his videos in case you haven't watched them. They really helped me out with explaining what heaven is. They are very inspirational. Again, I'm so sorry for your loss:(
· 8 years ago