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by Laura Kucerova, on Jun 6, 2019 11:42:29 AM

33% of college students are grieving the illness or death of a loved one. There is no guide to grief, and so it is up to everyone how they decide to deal with it. Veronika was lucky enough to cope with it relatively well. However, that doesn’t mean it is completely over for her.




‘’I sometimes wish to tell him, since he knew how hard it was for me at school. [...] I'd like to tell him ''Look, I made it.''‘’I sometimes wish to tell him, since he knew how hard it was for me at school. [...] I'd like to tell him ''Look, I made it.''


‘’I cared for dad [...] when the illness started to show. [...] I spent time with him and so I think in his last moments it made him remember me and he knew who I was.’’


‘’Shortly after dad's death, I and my boyfriend moved in together. If dad was alive and healthy something like this would be unimaginable.’’

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