It’s Been That Sort of Week


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It’s been a sort of week where I am just so damned sad that I don’t have my parents.  I miss them always, but for some reason it is really getting to me this week.  I wish I could talk to them right now about things that are going on in my life.  I wish I could get their advice and perspective.  Maybe, it is just because I am tired of fighting this battle alone.  It probably is time for me to take a half day off to go and visit my therapist.  I know I need to.  I am getting worse.  Much worse.  I can tell by my blog posts.  I can tell by the fact that I did not want to get out of bed today.  It was painful to get out of bed today.  I need to see my therapist.  I need to talk to him about some things that have occurred lately.  I need to talk to him about love.  About finding love.  About the meaning of love.  I need to talk to him because I am just so damned sad.  I wish I had someone here to talk to.  Back to my therapist I shall go.

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  1. I read a lot of poetry on death when I was battling grief. There is always someone with the right words who strikes a chord. It’s not an advice or anything. I just wanted to let you know this.

  2. No real advice, just some solidarity. Grief is so hard. And, as I have recently realised, never ending. I hope by putting your thoughts out there and having people read them, you can feel less alone. Less unloved.

  3. The best way is to let it out, let it all out and eventually you will find that solace. God is forever your strength, even when it all feels hopeless, don’t give up. Don’t give up, you can start again…open up your soul and you would be surprised how even strangers can give you so much love, but first try and see you first. Your parents would be happier seeing that you are pushing forward. Just let it all out and that’s the first step…God is your ultimate strength

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