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Dear June

My younger brother passed away in Fe­bru­ary and I feel so alone with­out him as we were very close.

There are so many unan­swered ques­tions sur­round­ing his death that I am strug­gling to come to terms with. I des­per­ately need to know he is OK.

Our fam­ily was not the clos­est but my brother and I stuck to­gether our whole lives and I miss him so much.

I talk to him ev­ery day and tell him how much I love him. I hope and pray he can hear me from wher­ever he is.

Joan, email.

June Says

Los­ing the only close fam­ily mem­ber you felt an emo­tional con­nec­tion with can be dev­as­tat­ing and will take time to ac­cept.

Those we had a strong bond with will re­main close, even af­ter phys­i­cal death.

The bond and con­nec­tion will be for­ever strong and can never be bro­ken.

I am im­pressed to say your brother’s pass­ing was sud­den and un­ex­pected.

As I be­come more aware I sense he was sen­si­tive and strug­gled with the com­pet­i­tive­ness of life.

I sense some­one who was con­stantly judged and put un­der pres­sure by those around him for be­ing dif­fer­ent.

He was ex­tremely volatile but could be very so­cia­ble with those close to him, but at times with­drew to be alone and re­bal­ance his mood within his own com­fort zone.

Your brother ac­cepts full re­spon­si­bil­ity for his pass­ing but I don’t feel it was sui­cide.

I feel a warmth mov­ing through his body (drugs/ over­dose?).

He comes for­ward with an older lady who seems very pro­tec­tive of him and is of strong char­ac­ter.

They had a close bond and I am im­pressed to say she was fam­ily con­nected.

She was one of the few peo­ple, like you, who un­der­stood his sen­si­tive na­ture and would not place un­due pres­sure on him to be some­one he was not.

I get the strong sense of a mother fig­ure and feel she was very close to you both? You are both sur­rounded by her un­con­di­tional love.

I feel she has been in spirit for some time and that her pass­ing would have been a great loss to the fam­ily.

He can hear you when you talk to him and knows how much you miss him.

He is very much at peace and is ac­cepted and loved for who he is.


My brother was gay but very con­fused, as through­out his life he had tried to be some­one else and was judged by other fam­ily.

He was very sen­si­tive and would some­times take him­self off to be on his own when things got tough.

He over­dosed on mor­phine but we all felt it was ac­ci­den­tal.

The lady with him was our grand­mother, who was the only one in our fam­ily who did not worry about what other peo­ple thought.

She loved us dearly and the fam­ily fell apart af­ter her death.

My prayers have been an­swered now and I know he is fi­nally at peace.

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