A mother who lost her son to a broken heart attack last year has told how she still has trouble accepting that her son, who is just one year older than her, would have committed suicide.

“When I thought he was dead, I was numb, and I didn’t know how to deal with it,” said Eliza Diamante, who lost both her sons, Rodrigo and Roberto, to heart attacks in their twenties.

“When he died, I didn`t know how long it would be until he got to me.

He didn`T want to get to me, I thought.”

Rodrigo Diamantes father, who died last year, was in a hospital in Spain where his wife was caring for their two-year-old son.

“My son, Roberto, was a very brave person, and he was very, very kind.

But then he died,” Diamanti told The Jerusalem Report on Monday, speaking from her home in the city of L’Aquila.

“I don`t want to have to do it again.”

Roberto was a dancer at the Rastegui Ballet, where his father taught.

He was killed in a car crash on September 21, 2012, in his apartment in La Sagrada Familia, the city where his family moved to after moving to Israel with their two children two years ago.

“He was a brave man,” Daimante said.

“But he was also very quiet and very shy.

He was very quiet, very shy.”

Rodolfo’s parents were unable to reach him and had not been able to visit him in hospital for several weeks, according to Diamantes lawyer, María Luis García, who filed a petition in court for the mother to be granted access to her children.

García told The Report that when Diamanta was allowed to see her son in hospital, the mother was shocked by his condition.

“It was like he was having a heart attack.

She was shocked,” García said.”

She wanted to cry, but it was impossible.

She didn`ts want to do anything.

She wanted to leave.

But they said he had no problems, and so they allowed her access to him.”

Garcia said the mother had no idea that her daughter was struggling with the loss of her son and felt she had no option but to take him to the hospital.

“In that moment, it was like she was being punished for her son`s death,” Garcia said.

Rodrigos father, however, had an unusual relationship with the family, who often spent time with the mother and the father together.

“They would come together for meals, and they would have these happy moments when they could just be together and be with each other, and be together,” Garcías lawyer, Javier Marrero, told The Israel Times.

“He would be happy and happy.

I didn�t know if it was true, but he was happy.”‘

I don�t want him to feel alone’: Mother of slain boy tells of pain of being unable to visit son source The Israel Report via Al JazeeraEnglish,Spanish-language editionA friend of the family also shared his grief and sorrow on Facebook, saying that the father’s death had been “an absolute tragedy.”

“His death is a complete tragedy,” said Josef Martinez, who has known the Diamanto family for decades.

“My heart goes out to the family.”

Martinez said the family was “totally devastated” by the loss and that the boy had a loving and caring mother, who “kept the family in a very good place.”

“They had a very healthy relationship with him.

They did everything together.

It was an absolute tragedy, but the family is completely devastated,” he said.

Diamante was the sole beneficiary of the court order to visit her son.

She said that she was unable to attend the funeral and was only able to attend with her husband.

“I want him [Rodrigó] to know that he was loved and that he is respected and loved,” she said.

According to García and his team, the father had no criminal record, nor any history of mental illness.

“Rodrigio had no history of depression, no history,” Garcias lawyer said.

Garantin Diamani, the judge who granted access, told the Israel Times that it was a difficult decision for her to make, but that she felt the child should be given “time to recover.”

“I am also convinced that [Rodolfos] death was a tragedy and the family should have the right to be treated,” Garcáras lawyer said, referring to the fact that the mother’s mother was not in the courtroom during the proceedings.

“If the mother did not want [Rodroto to have the time to recover], then why was the father granted access?”

The decision of