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  1. #1
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    Feb 2016

    Default what is the point

    In trying to recover from whatever crap it is you are feeling yet again when you know even if things get better at some point it is only ever temporary. The issues don't go away, the underlying cause doesn't go away. The only difference is that you can better hide from the world just how crap you really feel.

    Why bother with exhausting yourself trying to feel better knowing you can't maintain it. Or bother with attempting to start to get on top of things when you know it will all fall down in a heap again. Knowing that if you get better enough for your child to come home that you will only put him through it all again at some point.

    There really is no point to trying to get over the don't cares

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    Mar 2014
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    Huge hugs.... for the smile on your DS's face? I can guarantee you that he just wants you to have whatever happiness you can. I know I don't know your diagnosis, or what's going on for you right now, but I know it's hard. I've watched my dad's struggles. This may not help - but your DS loves you, and desperately wants that to be enough to help you. He wants you. Well, that's what I felt when I was a kid. I understand better now.

    Gosh I wish I could offer you some practical and emotional support.


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