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I'm tired of this sadness
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deasertrose posted:
Well I'm back from my trip didn't die on the plane. Don't know if that was good or bad. I called my Dad on Sunday returning his call and he told me my grandmother died. They had the service on Saturday and she was cremated. I didn't get to say good bye. Didn't get to see her after she had her stroke cause no body would tell me where she was. First it was my dog then my grandmother then my high school friends mother died. I'm just going crazy. Can't cry. Don't want to go back to work. Stop by today and just got a face full of crap.
I have to go to bed my drugs are working. Maybe I can sleep off some of this sadness and tomorrow may look better. Doubt it.
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Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
deasertrose -

I'm so sorry about the loss of your grandmother...(((hugs))) to you as you face this difficult and challenging time.

What steps are you taking to help yourself? Do you have a therapist? Please check back in to let us know how you are doing.

Haylen

p.s. OF COURSE it's good that you arrived home safely!


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