'There's an aching void': Everyone knows twins share a unique bond... but why does no one talk about how it feels when 'the other half of you' dies?

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'There's an aching void': Everyone knows twins share a unique bond... but why does no one talk about how it feels when 'the other half of you' dies?

Post by Guest on Thu Jul 13, 2017 6:34 am

Rachel, 44, and Jonny Humphrey, 45, lost their twin son Myles when he was two
His twin sister, Mia, is now six, but they are worried her wound may never heal
Clair Betteridge, 45, lost her 'inseparable' twin sister, Jay Sherrell, in 2015
The school business manager says she still can't accept the tragic death


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Post by Syl on Thu Jul 13, 2017 11:44 am

Perhaps Mia still grieves because the parents have obviously never gotten over the death of her twin....and the sadness is being picked up by the little girl.
Losing a child must be the worst thing in the world, but perhaps the parents...4 years on, could help Mia more by the way they act in front of her.
If her dad is still so consumed with grief he cant attend Mia's  school events, and if on her birthdays she sees her parents in floods of tears because her twin brother isn't there....well its no wonder the child is sad.

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Post by magica on Thu Jul 13, 2017 2:02 pm

The parents are lucky to still have Mia so they should hide their pain from her and feel lucky they still have a child to lavish their love and affection on.
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