From the U.S.: I’m 14. I hear a girl’s voice in my head and it keeps telling me I’m still here with you, and recently my best friend killed herself, so I was just wondering if it could possibly be her trying to communicate with me?
I’m very, very sorry for your loss. Personally, I don’t think those who have died try to communicate with those who are living. I do think that part of grieving is remembering vividly our times with the person we have lost. She was your best friend. Of course it is hard to accept that she is gone. The loss is probably all the more difficult because of the way it happened. My guess is that you are having “conversations” with her as a way to try to understand what happened and to come to terms with it.
I wish you well. Dr. Marie
I Hear the Voice of My Friend Who Died
Dr. Marie Hartwell-Walker
Dr. Marie is licensed as both a psychologist and marriage and family counselor. She specializes in couples and family therapy and parent education. Follow her on Facebook or Twitter.
APA Reference Hartwell-Walker, D. (2018). I Hear the Voice of My Friend Who Died. Psych Central.
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