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COMPLETELY UNABLE TO SPEAK ABOUT MY DAD
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Doxielover10 posted:
This is the first time, I have said a word about my Dad who passed away in the worst, most horrible way imaginable. I have managed to keep it to myself. I broke out in huge round bloody sores all over my body, I had them biopsied and they were caused by extreme, extreme anxiety. I shake so badly all the time so I cannot use a pen, fork or any implement that requires manual dexterity.

How do I stop it ?
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Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
Dear Doxielover,

I hope that you'll share more here and that it's only a first step to you getting the help you need and deserve.

Are you in any kind of therapy? It's okay to need help processing loss and trauma. (((hugs)))
 
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Doxielover10 responded:
I do not understand what is happening ?? I have had no reaction at all. I reached out here, because I was hoping for some help. I have pushed everyone out of my life.
 
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Caprice_WebMD_Staff replied to Doxielover10's response:
Hi Doxielover,

There is no right or wrong way to grieve and trauma can take time to process.

Talk here as much as you need to. Tell us about your dad.

But please also consider therapy to help you with all of this.

It sounds like it's time to change what you're doing and start inviting others back in to your life, little by little. (((hugs)))


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