Post Edited By Moderator (jordaNZone) : 5/17/2008 3:42:37 PM (GMT-6)
I know you have been through some very hard times in the last 6 months but you had the strength and courage to get yourself through them and I have every confidence in you that you can do it again. Please know that we are all thinking about you and care about you.
My inbox is always open
Just wondering how you are doing today? Hoping your feeling a little better than before.
Generally I would say that emotion is always better out than in. Sometimes having a good cry or taking out our frustration at the gym can make us feel like there has been a release and that release allows the body to produce endorphins which make you feel good. Try going for a jog or having a friend round for a chat. I wouldnt turn to alcohol though... it might block the pain initially but it is a depressant drug and you will feel a whole heap worse when it wears off.
This is Kitt and I am so very very sorry that your friend is gone. I remember when you joined our site and you were making major changes in your life. You have come a long way and now this has hit you so hard. You are grieving for your friend and wondering what you might have done to help Conni. Please don't beat yourself up but know that you were a good friend.
My email box is open to you too, just click on the blue envelope and I will read. Sometimes just writing it all down and sending it off to others helps.
"As you were you will always be,Treasured forever in my memory."
I am here for you and please remember my ears are on so if you want to vent or whatever just shoot me a line. I will listen and I won't judge. Write as much or as little as you want.
I am here for you and when your ready please do email and the journal idea is great too.
You know we care and if you want to shout it out to me, I will listen. You have lots of offers so take your time and do what feels best to you. Please don't isolate yourself . Some time alone is good to reflect but don't stay away from those who care for you.
First of all I hope you got my message of thanks for your support in another forum. It touched my heart.
Yes talking helps and letting it out in small doses or a big vent is fine. I understand your feelings of loss as when I lost my son I had so many emotions that I felt guilty for and did not realize at the time I had the right to feel everything as I was truly in my own hades here on earth.
I tried to take care of others as I wanted to do good by my son's memory and it nearly broke me into to pretend I was holding up well as on the inside I was dying.
So grieve in your own way, you own time and do not expect more of yourself then you are able to handle right now.
You know where to find me.