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    (Original post by missimpossible)
    Yes, because people's beliefs always change entirely when they experience a loss. You can be sad someone's dead and not suddenly have to believe that they're floating around in the ether waiting for you.
    I don't think it's his beliefs that he's questioning, more the insensitive way he was writing his posts.

    I'd love to feel like someone's there, soon after I'd lost my dad whenever I was down it felt like he'd got his arms around me hugging me just reassuring, but as many have said, it could just be a psychological thing. I hope not
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    (Original post by Shawshank)
    Disagreeing with you is not disrespecting the dead.
    Someone called her dad a fag, im pretty sure thats disrespect...
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    Only through the living: sometimes my mum says something, or gives me a particularly piercing look, and its as if she is my Grandmother who has been dead for almost ten years. But I've never had any kind of 'paranormal' experience.
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    I don't think ghosts wear perfume
 
 
 
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