Today is a bad day....Everything seems to crashing down on me. I just want relief... I want answers! I am tired of being tired....I just needed to get these words off my chest since nobody seems to care or maybe understand...
Thank you for your supportive words. I am very frazzled. I even worse today. I have so much pressure in my chest. I am not getting the sleep I need right now. I really hate my life. I just want to give up. I hate going to the drs everyweek. I hate the runaround BS redtape! I hate the medications. I hate it all! I am so angry and frustrated today.
I have been trying to catch my breath all day. I have so much anger. I cannot contain it. I hate feeling this way. On top of everything going on in my life a new memory has come to the surface. It makes me very sad. Very angry. The people who were supossed to protect me didn't. Its hard to wrap my head around it. Depression has once again reared his ugly head.
Mellie thank you for your concern. Just listening and acknowleging my words is all you can do. It makes me feel like I am not alone and that someone in this world understands me. I don't know how more of this I can take. I am drained.
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