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By  Acousticpixie14  |  15

It's okay. He may feel sad now, but it'll help him develop coping skills that he'll use for the rest of his life. That has got to be an incredibly difficult situation to be in as a parent. You're dealing with grief and trying to be a source of support for your son. I hope you two heal soon [:

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By  DogmaT_fml  |  27

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  jemm94  |  27

Well the cartoon wasn't sad, they were just giving their grandmother a birthday gift. The sad pary was the terrible coincidense that he watched it right after his own gradmother's funeral.

By  xNikkiez  |  7

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  ubetrwatchBN  |  7

27: 3 things: 1) Don't you think you shouldn't use a double negative? <---(sarcasm; somebody's not gonna get it) 2) Watching cartoons doesn't necessarily mean he's young. 3) He's going to have to go a funeral at some point. Sheltering him now will only cause problems later on. The first two are facts and the third one is just my opinion. Others may disagree.

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  Kelita  |  7

#4 FHL....really???.... he's a child for Christ sake. Can't u just put sorry for ur loss n his.....??? Just to let u know, YOU ARE A BITCH. N honey that ain't nothin to b proud of ya dumb hoe.

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  derpherp  |  7

^ Oh snap, you go guuurl. Just because #4 said it is more a FHL, doesn't make her a hoe. Death is a bigger FML, literally. You're the bigger bitch.

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  deathfire138  |  7

#4, how is this an FHL? First off, OP's mother whom is the kid's grandmother has died, that both of their lives f'd, then the mother turns on what happens to be a depressing-for-the-situation episode of the kid's possibly favorite cartoon show. Don't you think the mother (OP) is feeling a bit bad about that? Think about it, even if it takes you all year.

By  Acousticpixie14  |  15

It's okay. He may feel sad now, but it'll help him develop coping skills that he'll use for the rest of his life. That has got to be an incredibly difficult situation to be in as a parent. You're dealing with grief and trying to be a source of support for your son. I hope you two heal soon [:

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