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Posted by galkeepinon on September 13, 2003, at 18:39:39

In reply to Re: Please advice/feedback/guidance galkeepinon, posted by Sebastian on September 13, 2003, at 18:09:30

Seb, I hear you! It's like sometimes when we're grieving, we can't pin point what exactly it is? Do you feel like that? I muttle inside my head thinking about sadness, losses, whatever and for some reason thought it was never OK to grieve about anything. Not even something small, even though it gives me a chance to actually *feel*
Feelings~do you think if we actually go through the *feelings* it can help things? Or if we try to, it hurts more?
It's a hard concept to grasp for me. I want to grieve, but when I'm asked to or *put on the spot* it seems impossible. But when I grieve~it's usually alone. Sometimes it just feels better to be alone and cry, think, pray, whatever, without any questions or being drilled by a therapist.

> I am increadably sad inside yet can't find an outlet.
> Sebastian




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