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Re: dealing with crap alexandra_k

Posted by rainbowbrite on August 29, 2005, at 2:05:22

In reply to Re: dealing with crap rainbowbrite, posted by alexandra_k on August 29, 2005, at 1:40:36

> I think it really could help.

probably, but it hurts so much. I think I should go talk to someone about it. But I dont think I do that well.

> If you are busy busy busy all the time then that can be a coping strategy, yes, but sometimes what our body really needs us to do is to process it for a while.
> Can you get any time alone.

yeah Im alone now, I hate it though I feel distracted with people and I hate being on my own. AHHHHH!

>>Just to have a cry if you feel like you need to. Sometimes I feel a lot better after a good cry. Especially when its something I need to grieve over (as opposed to me winding myself up). Take a long shower or a bath or something like that?

Your right. I have been crying

> Okay.
> Its hard...
> What if's are hard.
> But its not your fault. Its not your fault that one of those alternative scenarios never eventuated.
> Sometimes acceptance can be hard.

I hate thinking about things and I try hard not to, but sometimes I get captured by it. I know it isnt my fault but I know if circumstances had allowed me to I could have intervened and changed the outcome.

 

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