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Re: Right at this moment - suicide trigger seldomseen

Posted by wittgensteinz on January 24, 2009, at 14:32:21

In reply to Right at this moment - suicide trigger, posted by seldomseen on January 24, 2009, at 10:46:43

SS,

I hope you got to chat with someone. I looked just now but the chatroom is empty so I guess I am a bit late.

I'm sorry you're finding it so hard. It really does suck away the energy when facing both physical and mental pain at one and the same time. Wishing you a quick recovery from that nasty-sounding respiratory illness you have.

Of course I have to emphasise what you already know deep down that things will get better. But does that really help while in the midst of it all? Please don't be afraid to lean on those close to you, that's what they are there for, including T. Please keep yourself safe. I'm worried about you and am holding you in mind.

Don't be afraid just to 'hover' along for the moment. You don't have to do anything or be anything in particular right now - just focus on getting through this, getting through the next few hours. Have you any meds you can take to take some of this pain away?

Freefall is exactly the word that comes to my mind when I feel this way - it's exactly that - it feels like there is nothing to grab on to. Your feet will come back, I promise you, but in the mean time it's ok to hover.

(((Seldomseen)))

Witti

 

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