I asked DS what he'd like for dinner lastnight. His reply "poo". Yep, definitely a boy thing!!
@Heyside I am so glad that you do have a DD and that you are a mum. Not trying to tell you what you should or shouldnt do but sometimes if you give yourself a little time-out, and some head-space you can kinda clarify your thoughts. Sometimes the answer just appears. Im struggling to explain what i mean... i mean like instead of trying to actively think/decide what to do right now, i find that sometimes in the time-out period the answers come to you and just appear/present themselves. Some of the things i ended up doing, the answers seemed to come from an external source, almost like a voice from the universe speaking to me, rather than from my own head. Even if you cycled again asap, you would still need to wait at least a couple of weeks so that could be 'time out'. Maybe make an appointment with wazza and consider the time between now and that appointment as 'time out' to let whatever thoughts you have just float around and tell yourself you dont actually have to decide or plan anything until after wazza appointment.
I think especially when your in shock and grieving (even if the grief is expressed as numbness) you cant make good decisions coz your mind is in a panicked kind of state. xox
Billie2 can we see the cake?
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