I am posting this because about four years I lost a very close friend of mine in a car accident. He was 20 years old when he died and I was a few months away from my 21st birthday. I'm currently about to be turning 25 years old and for the past few months, I've been having dreams about my friend trying to contact me and in my dreams he's lost and I am set to the task of trying to find him. Lately, the dreams have been more and more frequent, in some dreams he's still alive and his death was a lie and I end up being lost trying to get to where he is and in other dreams, he contacts me and tells me that I need to find him. In other dreams, friends of ours that talked to him tell me that he was too sad to live anymore and that's why he died. I usually wake up feeling sad and even though I'm not lonely in my life, after dreaming about him, I feel a lonliness set in.
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