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Re: Grief.

Posted by kara lynne on September 4, 2003, at 16:35:14

In reply to Re: Grief. kara lynne, posted by fallsfall on September 3, 2003, at 22:07:29

Hi fallsfall,
I just wanted to thank you for your care and understanding--I really feel like you do understand this. I was talking about it yesterday and that was the word I used--agony. That is truly how this feels. And when you say that the grief is strong because this is important--somehow that puts it in a different perspective.

Right now I'm livid because I just got an email from the board where I have to take my upcoming exam--they are doing everything they can not to give me special accomodations (extra time). But they've made me go through hoops documenting my depression and telling me that that doesn't qualify as a learning disability. I didn't get the forms in on time describing anxiety disorder and how that affects focus and concentration, and frankly I don't want to be further humiliated. Sorry to go off topic but I just got the email while I was typing this! It was so full of beaurocratic, argumentative language it made my heart race. So much for the human element.

And back to the topic, I think I will try to journal as you suggested. It is always helpful and I so seldom do it. I'm waiting for inspiration, which in my current circumstances may never come. I have to push myself and (hopefully) the inspiration, or at least a little insight may follow.

Funny that Dr.Bob just added the Grief room after I posted this here.

Thanks again (((fallsfall)))




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