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Re: I really am sorry and I am really scared.. happyflower

Posted by llrrrpp on July 27, 2006, at 20:54:21

In reply to I really am sorry and I am really scared.., posted by happyflower on July 27, 2006, at 20:37:55

hi Happyflower,
I'm so sorry that you're feeling bad. It sounds like depression, all right. Is there any chance that you can take a trip to get out of town during the time when you're most scared about your mom showing up at your door? or at least stay with a friend or go camping at the nearest state park?

And of course you are missing your T and stressed out about being away from him the next two weeks. That's really tough. Try your hardest to keep your head above water, but don't be ashamed to wear a lifejacket if you need to.

It's wonderful that you've made so much progress and were doing so well over the last year. Think about how far you've come. If you can help yourself feel better despite earlier challenges and trauma, you have the stuff to make it through this stuff too. Sometimes it's two steps forwards and one step back. Just try to remember that it's not inevitable that you will feel this way forever. You'll make it through this.

Try to look forward to your trip in a week. Do your best to stay busy and get out of the house. Can you do something nice for yourself, like get your hair done, or buy a new pair of shoes? Maybe some of those cute 1 dollar sized toiletries for your trip? Those always cheer me up :)

Sorry you're feeling crummy. Hang in there,




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