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I need '09 to end already

Posted by Cwolf on February 5, 2009, at 13:58:35

Everyone I know complained about '08, but I really enjoyed the year. This one, whole different story. I feel like everything I touch turned to crap!!!
So far, I am being investigated by the state for a crime I did not commit.
I have two of my good friends who had brain aneurisms the day after I saw them back to back.
I let my birds out on the back porch on a nice 70 degree day, a cat knocked the cage over and now they are gone and presumed dead.
My little dog had one puppy, I was holding them as she nursed, fell asleep and rolled over and the puppy died (yesterday).
My husband, who I just married, just got a letter from the IRS that he owes $50,000 and they are coming to take everything we own.
I am usually a very strong person, the one others come to for advise, but I'm not handling this course of events very well. I need 2009 to end quickly. 11 more months of this and I am going to completely lose all my faculties.
Deep down I know not to blame myself, but the only common denominator in all of this is me. I can quit beating myself up (mentally). I have appointment with doc tomorrow, but I know he's probably going to give me the same line as everyone else, "It will get better." It's not and everyday it's getting worse. Did not go to work today and terrified to leave house. I have never felt this horrible in my entire life. Anyone got any advice or should I just crawl under the covers and come out in 2010.




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