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A year ago on Thursday, I lost one of my friends from primary school when she got ran over by a car. I still feel sad about it but I don't want to talk about it to my friends because they didn't know her. I just wish we had stayed friends when we came to High School but that didn't happen. My question is does anyone have any coping strategies and how to let go of the past and move on? Thanks
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A year ago on Thursday, I lost one of my friends from primary school when she got ran over by a car. I still feel sad about it but I don't want to talk about it to my friends because they didn't know her. I just wish we had stayed friends when we came to High School but that didn't happen. My question is does anyone have any coping strategies and how to let go of the past and move on? Thanks
Idk, I don't really think people move on, you just learn to cope with it better. Might be worth talking to a bereavement counsellor or your parents?

I have found that writing letters to my friends who've passed helps, especially right at the start, it helps me sort out my thoughts. Might help you out too. Take care OP.
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