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Offering two perspectives for your confusion... Dinah

Posted by Racer on May 10, 2006, at 17:20:11

In reply to Oh h*ll, posted by Dinah on May 10, 2006, at 14:10:12

Dinah, you know that my heart is going out to you, and I hope that you know what I'm about to write is offered with great affection -- and a lot of fear that you won't like reading it.

My friend's pdoc, who did therapy with her as well as meds, was killed in the tsunami at the end of 2004. It's a tragic fact that sometimes people are ripped from our lives, and it hurts like a bad word every time it happens, but accepting it helps heal the hurt. Believe me, I know that I have felt the denial, the "but it shouldn't be this way!" I know I felt like digging in my heels and hauling back on whatever it was, but all that did was prolong my agony. (In my case, I'm thinking mostly about the deaths of people I loved. Those, obviously, can't be hauled back.)

On the other hand, of course, I just hate that you're in so much pain. I wish I could offer you something that would help.




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