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Guided Analysis: Suffering WorksheetName: Shelby TaylorCourse: CWV-101Date: 11-19-2018Instructor: Andy McClurgAddress the following questions, responding to each one directly below the question. Your total word count (including all questions and answers combined) should be between 900-1150 words. Include a reference page.Describe a time when you experienced a significant period of suffering. How did you deal with that experience? How did you find comfort in the midst of suffering?I had a fiancé that passed away from a heroin overdose. He had been sober for a long time and that one tiny moment of weakness cost him his life. It felt like my life ended that day too. I had never felt such pain. My heart was sitting in the bottom of my stomach and the tears didn't stop for days. I didn't sleep or eat. He was the love of my life. I still think about how different my life could have been with him still here. I found comfort in family. They held me up and gave me a shoulder to cry on. I just had to keep myself busy. I couldn't dwell on the sadness. As I was writing these answers, I found out another one of my exes passed away in a car accident. So today, I am sad. I am only thankful that he did not suffer and that it was not the result of drugs as it was for my fiancé. Briefly summarize the problem of evil and suffering. Cite and reference the lecture and/or Chapter 9 in the textbook.
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