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I can't take it

Posted by anonymous at April 21, 2012
Tags: 2012 April  Death  Loneliness

My mother passed away last year, and the anniversary of her death is tomorrow. I act happy and cheerful and put a smile on for everyone else, but on the inside I'm crumbling apart. Sometimes it doesn't seem like life is even worth living at all. I can't find a purpose: I'm not doing well in school, I just lost my wallet, I'm afraid my sister will have to drop out of college because of financial reasons, my dad is an selfish ass-hole, and to top it off, I no longer have a mother. I don't know what to do, I'm confused, lonely, and depressed.


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By at 22,Apr,12 00:48

Then find a job you numbsack. And except for prayers, you can't do anything for the DEAD so move on and stop whining you cunt.
By anonymous at 23,Apr,12 01:47

You are a dumb ass Sir, who finds it amusing to write ridulous and useless shit that serves no purpose other than to show that it is scientifically possible to speak out ones asshole. You have all the chromosomes and sense of a potato, take the two brain cells you got left and go buy some magic beans, you amoeba.

By at 22,Apr,12 00:49

Dear anonymous, no one in the world can be prepare for losing a love one. There is not shame on showing how much you are affected by her absence,she is important for you and that's all that matters. Grieving is very important,cry if you need to,talk about her with strangers that will say they are sorry for your lost. There is always a solution for everything,find your wallet by calling the places were you think you lost it,about your sis I am sure she can apply for financial assistance for college. Don't forget that your dad may be suffering as much as you are but men react different and try hard not to show his weakness. I am not a professional counselor but I am here listening.
By anonymous at 22,Apr,12 04:01

what a dumb faggit
By Cursed at 22,Apr,12 15:15

The last time I checked- a faggit was a cigarette. And I do believe Butterfly is a woman. So who is actually the "DUMB" one on here? Hmmmmm- I think it's you!! WOW!

By Cursed at 22,Apr,12 15:20

Dear friend-
I am so sorry to hear about your mum. I know it sounds cliche, but sometimes it takes time to heal. You're mum's death, financial stressors, a father who has checked out, well, that would cause any person to be depressed!! May I suggest that you go to a therapist? It may help to talk to someone professional, and perhaps give you better advice than we can-
For the depression, I would recomend seeing your doctor. They can place you on a medication that works for you, and clear your head, so you can focus on your life again...
Good luck dear,

By anonymous at 22,Apr,12 16:59

Dear anon,

These are all momentary issues. All piles up and it all seems really bad and sad, it feels that way, for a little while it is that way, but these are truly temporary issues that will pass. I agree with Butterfly concerning your dad probably hiding a lot more financial trouble than there really is. It's gonna be all okey. Take a deep breath, scream, cry and move on. You'll laugh at this later ;)

By at 22,Apr,12 20:42

I know how you feel, I lost my mom ten years ago when I was 3, her aniversery is coming up next Saturday April 28th. I have bad grades to and no one likes me because I don't like the same things as them. I hate this generation, and the people who live in it. I know life is going to get worse once I hit highschool. The only reason why I haven't killed myself yet is for the sake of my dad and because I don't have the guts.
By at 23,Apr,12 21:52

Andrea - Please, go see your guidance counselor at school and talk to her/him. They are there for you kids, that's why they became counselors.

Life is what you make of it. Unfortunately, you have been dealt a rotten deck but you have your health and that is more than what most have.

Good luck!

From, A kind heart.

By anonymous at 02,May,12 15:32

Not to impede on your beliefs, but here is a scripture that the apostle paul explains how the soul departs from the flesh and returns to the father(God). The flesh is only carbon, just a house for the soul to live in, but We will all go back to God and you will see your Mother and loved ones there...."Therefore we are always confident, knowing that, whilst we are at home in the body, we are absent from the Lord"... i hope this helps its hard to lose sum1 close to you God bless

By anonymous at 01,Mar,13 13:46

I think you mean "intrude" and that is exactly what you are doing. Your advice is useless. People need something REAL, not fables.

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By Leatrice at 24,May,16 19:16

I have not checked in here for a while because I thought it was getting boring, but the last few posts are good quality so I guess I&2#187;ll add you back to my daily bloglist. You deserve it my friend

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